Bootstrap - responsive image too small

Posted on 2014-02-21
Last Modified: 2014-02-21
A friend helped me setup the bootstrap site.  Not sure how to fix the trio image in right column (3 product shot) so that it displays at original size when in largest view.  Currently, it is about 2/3 the original size.  Ideally, I would also like to bump the trio image closer to right margin.  


Question by:nsitedesigns
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Gary earned 500 total points
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Change col-xs-3  on the container to col-xs-4
Any bigger and you would need to reduce your content area.

Changing to 4 columns is showing it at maximum size on desktop

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I am not sure I know how to change the col-xs-3 since I am not supposed to modify the bootstrap.css file.
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Gary earned 500 total points
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It's in your HTML for the container for the side image.

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Found it - again thanks for the hand holding.

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