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Yesterday there was a massive shake-up in the world of free image resources. Getty Images – one of the world’s largest photographic rights holders – made most of its 35 million images available free of charge for non-commercial, editorial use.
Getty allows you to embed the images it provides through
<iframe> elements, as YouTube does its videos. Unfortunately
<iframe> elements are not responsive by default, making Getty’s standard fare of limited use in modern websites. In this article I’ll show you how to change that, together with a list of even more resources for free images.