This is really strange issue.
I did found a work-around / fix for this issue.
In this case… I may be mis-understanding how css or Webflow works…
I created a
body class… (for the body of the page.)
The only thing I changed in the class was
font-class (Raleway 400 Normal)
nav element is
Webflow would create a
MARGIN-TOP on the
nav element in design, published or exported view.
In testing… this is what I found:
child-perspective to any value 1… or 100,000… creates the above
555px nav element issue.
Using any value in
- also auto-changes the
some random px
Notice below the value is
1846. I’ve seen
1920 and several others.
And you notice - the icon is
not blue - which means I didn’t change the value.
The only way to fix this… is to change
Overflow:Hidden on the
- but then of-course… this makes my form non-scrollable.
If I remove the
child-perspective from the body class…
And neither value… 695 or 875 appears anywhere where in the CSS file.
I’m not sure what this 695 / 875 value is for…
If the value is not used… why is it in the designer. And what is it for ?
Another thing I noticed in the code…
min-height is not set…
but in the source code… the
min-height is always set to 100%.
I’m not sure if the
875 issue from above - or this
100% min-height thing it makes any difference.
I’m just pointing that
there are things happening in the designer
different than what the source code tells you.