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  1. I do not know how to make cell phone browsers choose the smaller image, and the laptops/desktops choose the bigger image, while their resolutions are the same. I have the following script: <img sizes="(max-width: 479px) 479px, (max-width: 991px) 991px, 1400px" srcset="media/img/small.webp 479w, media/img/medium.webp 991w, media/img/big.webp 1400w" src="media/img/default.png"> From the above script, when the cell phone's resolution is, let's say 1080 x 1920 pixels, then the browser will choose big.webp. How to make the cell phone's browser choose small.webp? Thank you
  2. Hello all and anyone who can help. I'm wondering if there is a way to float an image left or right of some text (so that the text wraps around) to display on large/medium screens while having that image display BELOW the text on small screens. Currently I have it working by hiding sections with different layouts (responsive columns for small screen, no columns for large/medium), but that would require me (or my client) to have to update the same text twice whenever there are changes. On large/medium screens the image would occupy 40 percent of the width, but on small screens (phones) I would want that image to slide under the text at 100 percent width. Make sense? New at responsive, but picking it up. Thanks! Dave
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