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On this page: http://www.teachandlearnliteracy.org/about-us/, when the browser is resized to a size where it's a little wider than the content, the sidebar images get larger then when the browser is at full screen.
I don't understand why this happens, and I would actually prefer the sidebar images to be the larger size when the browser is at full screen.
This is the Kickstart Pro theme. Any insight into this would be very much appreciated. Thank you!http://www.teachandlearnliteracy.org/about-us/
The CSS in your media query at line 2818 in style.css changes the width of the sidebar to 300px. The desktop size of the sidebar is 220px. That dimension is set in the CSS at line 548. Adding the 80px to widen the sidebar accounts for the picture adjustment.
Once again, thank you Victor Font!
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