As promised, a follow on from the previous demo to show how to have a foreground image 'cover' the browser window and be responsive without using @media queries.
No doubt you have seen how background images can be styled to be 'contained' and 'covered' within the parent element using CSS background-size, and some of you may have seen that you can also have a foreground image 'contained' and 'covered' within its box using CSS object-fit. BUT object-fit is not supported in any version of IE.
Just click either image above to open a full screen page with the image centered and contained within the page. The first image is in landscape format and the second portrait format
Resize your browser window when showing a full screen image to see it stay centered, covering the screen and maintain its aspect ratio.
I have also added a caption for each image which automatically sizes to fit the window.
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