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  • Emil Lindgren 28 posts 190 karma points
    Aug 20, 2019 @ 08:43
    Emil Lindgren

    Responsive images in RTE?

    Hello, so i have a little problem with the RTE and Images

    Images aren't responsive in RTE, so is there a way to make them responsive with like a format or something? without adding any packages etc.

    It would be amazing to be able to add a RTE format to a image. but it seems not to be working.

    Kind regards/ Emil

  • Robbie van den Hoven 36 posts 181 karma points
    Aug 20, 2019 @ 08:59
    Robbie van den Hoven

    Hi Emil,

    Don't know exactly what you would like to see.

    But to prevent large images in an RTE field from breaking the site layout, I use an additional style element.

    provide the RTE field with a wrapper class such as '.content' or base it on the p-tag.

    .content img, p img {
        max-width: 100%;
        max-height: 100%;
        height: auto! important;

    this way you prevent the image from being displayed too large.

  • Shaishav Karnani from 353 posts 1637 karma points
    Aug 20, 2019 @ 09:57
    Shaishav Karnani from


    You can try this solution and add class to img tag.

    @Html.Raw(TemplateUtilities.ParseInternalLinks(Umbraco.Field("bodyText").ToString().Replace("<img ", "<img class=\"img-responsive\" ")))
  • Daniel Gillett 72 posts 149 karma points
    Dec 29, 2019 @ 22:13
    Daniel Gillett


    Shaishav is correct. You can use the TemplateUtilities in the Umbraco.Web.Templates namespace.

    however, Field has been dropped in v8 according to what I read. So, instead I got this to work by using TemplateUtilities.ResolveMediaFromTextString instead.

    @Html.Raw(TemplateUtilities.ResolveMediaFromTextString(Model.Value("mainContent").ToString().Replace("<img ", "<img class=\"img-responsive\" ")))

    Thanks Shaishav! I did not know about the TemplateUtilities. ;-)

    You can also really shine it on by including some extra css which will add space at the top and bottom of the image so the image is not stuck to the text. Just reference a bootstrap class or make one like:

    .pd-b-1, .pd-t-1 {
        padding-bottom: 10px;

    (padding top and padding bottom with 10 spaces.)

    Best, Daniel

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