When I’m working in Webflow Designer, an image keeps resizing on its own like jumping up and down
I read posts by other people who had this same problem but found no solution, or tried possible ways to fix it
What didn’t work -
Remove max-width: 100%; from images
Set image to pixel size values in height and width - this is a nightmare for responsivness and it shouldn’t be like that
Remove any fixed height from parent element - although this shouldn’t matter too much, let’s say a section has min-height: 100vh; - that doesn’t affect it
Set image to display: block;
Set image inside div so that it’s easier to work with
After all of this I am still having the same problem, the image just keeps jumping up and down and resizing, so I don’t even know how to position the damn thing and adjust it
Ps. I can’t include a read-only link because I’m working on a client project
However, please share with me what your opinions are and how CSS/Designer might fix this issue
I had a similar problem to the one you are describing on 2 of my recent projects.
I managed to fix this by putting Min W 100%, Min H 100% Max W 100% and Max H 100%.
It might sound silly, but this worked for me. It is hard to tell if you have the same issue without seeing the project. I do believe this is bug since the images were resizing without me even touching the controls, or even scrolling the page.
Anyhoo, give it a try and let me know!
EDIT: I forgot to add, my images were in a grid inside divs. Divs had 100% all the way too.
I am having the same issue while following along the 21 day portfolio Webflow course. I am a new user and learning the software, but it seems this bug has been around for a while. What does that cause on the clients end?
It the designer in preview it looks fine, then when published it shrinks. Screenshots below, I also included share link.
Same problem here, and it’s the first time I encountered such behaviour. It’s really, really frustrating, as I’m currently working on an image-heavy website and this keeps happening, totally randomly. Whenever I’m able to fix it with some strange adjustments it affects another image after some time. I’m starting to believe it’s a bug on Webflow’s part.