Bootstrap img-responsive question

If I have an image inside a link, like:
<a href="/menu/main_courses.html"><img src="/images/linkshare/2015/DC-15.jpg" alt="promo" width="720" height="554"/></a>,

Where do I put the  class="img-responsive"? In the a tag or the img tag?
Melody ScottAsked:
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Jessica WhitleySoftware DeveloperCommented:
<img src= class = alt=/>
Nrupendra Nath PanigrahiCommented:
U put  the  class="img-responsive" in img tag
<a href="/menu/main_courses.html">
<img  class ="img-responsive " src="/images/linkshare/2015/DC-15.jpg" alt="promo" width="720" height="554"/>
</a>

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Prasadh BaapaatWeb Designer & DeveloperCommented:
only adding the class img-responsive will not help. remove the height & width from image as well...

<a href="/menu/main_courses.html">
<img  class ="img-responsive " src="/images/linkshare/2015/DC-15.jpg" alt="promo" />
</a>

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Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
thanks!
Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
OK, I have done that here: http://dev2.magickitchen.com/landing/linkshare/2015/SP-FD.html

No width or height, and img-responsive class on the image. But all the mobile emulators I have looked at show the image as not being responsive.
Nrupendra Nath PanigrahiCommented:
<div style="width:100%;">
  <div style="width:720px; margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto;"><a href="http://www.magickitchen.com/menu/main_courses.html"><img src="/images/linkshare/2015/SP-FD.jpg" alt="promo" class="img-responsive" border="0"></a></div></div>

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You fixed a div width 720px.so its not seem tobe responsive

You remove that style and check
Prasadh BaapaatWeb Designer & DeveloperCommented:
I checked the link and Nrupendra is correct.

The img-responsive class assigns a width=100% to the image, so in your page since your div is 720 px the images also has a width of 720px.

in higher resolutions the image will be shown in its ACTUAL width in pixels.
Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
Argh, Of course. Thanks for pointing that out.
Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
But now the photo is not centered.
http://dev2.magickitchen.com/landing/linkshare/2015/AG-11.html

I have tried using text-align:center on this and it doesn't always work:
http://dev2.magickitchen.com/landing/linkshare/2015/CODE15.html

I've also tried: class="img-responsive center-block"

http://dev2.magickitchen.com/landing/linkshare/2015/AG-FD.html
Melody ScottAuthor Commented:
Never mind, I figured that out, it was the width again. OK, I think I have it hammered into my head now, thanks!!
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