@dgriffin123 yes. because the last image was smaller height then the othersi put max-height: 216px as the last one. you can also add class="img-responsive" to each of your img tags so they scale well on lower screens
hmm. Well I really appreciate your help with that. I feel like I get stuck on the dumbest things.
@dgriffin123 its quite ok for the beginning
guys anyone knows a good weather API, I made a weather app like a week ago , and now i got an email from OpenWeather that my API got blocked.
@Shadow032 there is also apixu.com, wunderground and some others. as soon as i remember i'll tell you
@sorinr thanks, i'll google it out.
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@sorin I hate to bother you, but I can't seem to figure out how to fix these issues. Your solution fixed the height, but there are a couple that have different widths. I tried messing with max-width but I can't figure out why it isn't getting the effect I want.
It's very frustrating
@dgriffin123 no need for max-width because you have the imgs placed into <div class="col-xs-6"> so they take the full width of of this col-xs-6 div. to mee they seem to have same width and height