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      display: contents

   <div class="article flex flex-column md--flex-row p-4 md--p-6 border-radius-base bg-mono-white box-shadow-2">
      <div class="article__text-content">
         <h2 class="article__title mt-0 mb-2">
            <a href="javascript:void(0);">
               Article Title
         <p class="article__author font-weight-bold">
            By Random McLorem
            I suppose this article should be about something. Let's say it's about pancakes and Pokemon. Would pancakes shaped as Pokemon count?

      <img class="article__image" src="" alt="An image of a Pokemon trainer smiling, winking, and giving a peace sign.">

   <p class="mt-6">
      All the text elements in this article component are grouped under the same <code>div</code> element. But on smaller screens, I can use flex to reorder the image among the text elements like they're not grouped at all!


                // Base Styles
* {
   box-sizing: border-box;

body {
   color: var(--color-mono-black);

   // background-color: var(--color-primary-light);

body {
   min-height: 100vh;
   padding: var(--spacing-4);

   background: linear-gradient(

main {
   margin-right: auto;
   margin-left: auto;
   width: clamp(400px, 75vw, 750px);
   max-width: 100%;

a {
   color: var(--color-action-base);

// Map for the breakpoints and max width
$breakpoint-map: (
   sm: 480px,
   md: 625px,
   lg: 750px,
   xl: 900px,
   xxl: 1000px

@mixin larger-than($point-name) {
   $width: map-get($breakpoint-map, $point-name);
   @media (min-width: $width) {

@mixin smaller-than($point-name) {
   $width: map-get($breakpoint-map, $point-name);
   @media (max-width: $width) {

// Custom styles here!
.article {
   gap: 0 var(--spacing-12);

   overflow: hidden;

.article__text-content {
   display: contents;
   flex: 1 1 auto;

   @include larger-than(md) {
      display: block;

   *:last-child {
      margin-bottom: 0;

.article__image {
   min-width: 125%;
   margin: 0 calc(var(--spacing-6) * -1) var(--spacing-4)
      calc(var(--spacing-6) * -1);
   // flex: 1 1 auto;
   aspect-ratio: 16 / 9;
   object-fit: cover;
   object-position: 50% 25%;

   @include larger-than(md) {
      margin: calc(var(--spacing-6) * -1);
      width: clamp(200px, 25vw, 275px);
      min-width: auto;

      aspect-ratio: 3 / 2;

@include smaller-than(md) {
   .article__image {
      order: -1;