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Mysterious image slowing site down can't find it to delete

Hi! I’ve tested my site here: http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/#!/cFe4Co/http://cunetto.webflow.io

And it is finding a large image (600kb or so) here: http://uploads.webflow.com/56cc9f63fcced8e625816e6e/56e086db63c1b73f19fc52b1_Emailer_Final.jpg

I’ve tried deleting this from my webflow asset library, and it deletes but then reappears on re-loading the designer.

I can’t find this anywhere in my code if I view source from my browser, and I don’t know where it would be in my site. Is this an error? Is it hidden somwhere on my site?

I’ve looked in every major container to see if it was a background element anywhere, but want to avoid inspecting every single element and state in my site to ensure its not a hidden or overridden background image.

Any ideas or thoughts? Is this truly being loaded along with the home page?

My site share link: https://preview.webflow.com/preview/cunetto?preview=ae0b5126cdbbb88d9d1b3b2a535246ab

I’m looking. To begin with, click on the publish button, then the unpublish link, then publish again and check if the image is still on the .io after that.

Done - looks like it’s still there.

I see…

I see the image is loaded by the home page but it’s not in the HTML code.

It’s in the CSS, it’s called by the .content-wrapper.tight class

There:

In WF

I don’t know what this element does :smiley:

You’re amazing! I don’t know what it does either. Very much a designer, and new to webflow at that, so this is all very very helpful. I’ll think about CSS next time, did you access that with just an “inspect element” function? I have that on Chrome.

Yes, let me record a quick screencast to show you how. Be right back.

Here you go.

https://v.usetapes.com/Scq4pfcyvC

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