As a note, I tested in Chrome, and it seemed to scroll for me, but might be due to background-attachment: fixed getting changed to background-attachment:scroll (like classic ios bug)
@wzahra, I am looking into this further. Although I think this is going to render correctly in most browsers, I will check with dev team to see what we can do to eliminate this issue.
Also, applying the Fixed position to an element like a div, will usually render ok on mobile, it seems that the issue crops up when using fixed on a bg image style attribute with position Fixed, instead of an actual tag like <div> with position Fixed.
I downloaded Canary and it works fine, there. I cleared the cache in my regular Chrome and also Firefox, but still not working. I also tried in regular Chrome Ignotito mode, but that didn’t work, either.
Dave suggested implementing the following, but I’ll need to enlist some help as I’m having difficulty following the instructions:
Hi @wzahra, thanks, I made a quick video, does this help?
p.s. in my video, I was fooling around with the background color, you can play with whatever content colors you want, or leave individual sections as transparent. Those sections that are transparent will reveal the fixed background. This is just a temporary workaround/solution that may help while the issue is being looked into.