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React Figures - Bootstrap 4 & Material Design. Examples & tutorial - Material Design for Bootstrap

React Bootstrap Figures

React Figures - Bootstrap 4 & Material Design

React Bootstrap figures are commonly used elements for displaying images with the caption. A caption can be left-aligned or right-align.

Use the included .figure , .figure-img and .figure-caption classNames to provide some baseline styles for the HTML5 <figure> and <figcaption> elements. Images in figures have no explicit size, so be sure to add the .img-fluid className to your <img> to make it responsive.


Basic example

...
A caption for the above image.

      import React from "react";

      const FiguresPage = () => {
        return (
          <figure className="figure">
            <img src="https://mdbootstrap.com/img/Photos/Horizontal/Nature/8-col/img%20(73).jpg" className="figure-img img-fluid z-depth-1"
              alt="" style={{width: '400px'}} />
            <figcaption className="figure-caption">
              A caption for the above image.
            </figcaption>
          </figure>
        );
      }

      export default FiguresPage;
    

Aligning

Aligning the figure’s caption is easy with our text utilities.

...
A caption for the above image.

      import React from "react";

      const FiguresPage = () => {
        return (
          <figure className="figure">
            <img src="https://mdbootstrap.com/img/Photos/Horizontal/Nature/8-col/img%20(73).jpg" className="figure-img img-fluid z-depth-1"
              alt="" style={{ width: "400px" }} />
            <figcaption className="figure-caption text-right">
              A caption for the above image.
            </figcaption>
          </figure>
        );
      }

      export default FiguresPage;