Grid issue - Different behavior in different browsers

Hi! :wave:

Currently doing the Webflow course “CSS layout & positioning / Grid” and I’m having an issue with it. Doing exactly the same as in the video tutorial but it behaves different and looks different in safari/chrome vs firefox (in firefox it’s the ok!) & looks different as in the video tutorial also.

I have a section, inside there’s a container and inside I have my grid. 3x3 cols & rows, added 800 px height to the grid (as in the video), and the images are in the same class: 100% width, 100% height, fit: cover. When I try to span the image in the first cell to span multiple cells (the first 3 - as the first row) as in the tutorial something goes wrong. In firefox it’s ok and looks the same, but in chrome and safari it’s not - the image holds it’s ratio and expands this way, and the whole grid overlaps the 800 px height.

Added the shots below. 1st firefox, 2nd chrome and safari


All helps appreciated! Thank you! :pray:

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