I just used a div in which you could place an image inside. I might do that way because photos can have different sizes, etc. If you plan on using CMS, then use an image element. Either way would work. Also add the border radius to the parent div so all the photos don’t need adjusting. At the end, add Opacity: 0, so you don’t get that flickering flash of the image on page load.
@garymichael1313 Thank you! I am planning on using CMS so it sounds like an image element might be the way to go. Do I grab a normal image element to add in? I added a second image field in the CMS but don’t think I can access it.
If div will work, I’ll just follow this model but figured I’d ask!
Yeah if you use CMS then you have to get that image from the database. But that will increase your page limit, because you get 20 collections per page. If that limit is not a problem, then use CMS and you can update photos dynamically. However, you may run into issues if you keep developing the page.
Consider using the asset panel because how many alternative photos can a work bio have. Just make one comic photo and that’s it. If you do anything else with their bio, you can always use the same image. I don’t think it will affect their bio. Also, this will work for any other pages, by keeping the funny photo consistent. Just a thought.
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