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              <div class="wrapper">
  <h1>Justin Avery</h1>
  <img src="https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/502475890182209537/UpxblQPC.jpeg" />
  <p>Father of two kids, Noah and Darcey and husband to Laura</p>
  <p>Spend a reasonable amount of time on the internet looking to find ways to help people get their content up online and make a difference to someones life.</p>
  <p>Recently started playing around with CSS shapes and <code>@supports</code> to see how they could be applied to everyday web designs.</p>
<p>Turns out a lot of things can be applied to everyday web designs these days. For example you should try changing the width of this screen. As it gets wider/narrower you will notice that the text will begin to grow and shrink to match all without having to put in a breakpoint (thanks to <code>font-size: calc(0.8em + 1vw); </code></p>
              * {

body {
  font-size: calc(0.8em + 1vw);

.wrapper {
  width: 100%;
  padding:0 1em;
img {
  width: 100%;
  margin: 0 1em 0.25em 0;
  max-width: 25vw;

@supports (shape-outside: circle(50%)) {
  img {
    shape-outside: circle(50%);
    border-radius: 50%;
        transition: transform .3s ease;

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