I think you might have actually just shed some light on something that may be happening. The
data-w-id you see in the code to the best of my knowledge is code generated by webflow to associate an element with an interaction. The hover interaction you are working with only affects a child of the element with
class=“case-images-absolute-position”. The fact that there is a
data-w-id leads me to believe there is a chance it might have an initial state in another interaction by accident? It’s worth checking.
Alternatively, create a new div parallel to the
class=“case-images-absolute-position” wrapper, match all of the characteristics, then drag the children into the new element with a new class name.
Or, you can try copying this code into your head, replacing with your necessary display value of course:
display: replacethis !important;
!important value is meant to inform the browser that this line of code should override other instances, but its not great practice to use it.
Hopefully something in here helps!