Image in flexbox higher then neighbouring text div

Hi! I made 2 divs that should be the same height.
One has an image, the other has text. The image should be the same height as the text div, but somehow the image is doing his own thing.

Can anyone tell me how to get it to max 100% height of the text div that it’s next to?
Thanks so much in advance!

Here is my site Read-Only: [LINK][1]

Here’s the site: De Dwaler

hi @Eva_H your request formulation is very broad as there are many divs with an image next to them.

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In your case, you should provide also some screenshots of where is your problem you are trying to solve.

My only pure guess is you are talking about this section. If it is correct you should first create some model on paper of how it should look and based on this build your HTML structure.

Hi! Thanks for your reply, the issue is with the event pages.
My guess is that it’s because the text comes out of a CMS. But I’m honestly not sure.

For now I fixed it by making the photo a background of the div, but I’m not sure if this is the correct solution.

hi @Eva_H there are always many ways how to achieve an identical result. If it does what it should do and responsiveness works correctly then it is a correct solution. :grin: