The pictures below at this site, have just become some “tiny tiny pictures”, all of a sudden?
(please see lower part of the page the gray banner at the bottom)
What happens? These pictures have been on the website for several years without problems, - and last night when I updated the website, and they were suddenly so small that you can’t see these pictures.
Webflow does not provide us with a changelog that we can reference so without that we wait for stuff to break and then try to diagnose it on our own unless they provide a “fix”. This is a terrible way to go about it IMHO.
When it comes to images sometimes the responsive functionality that is applied to images in your design can present issues such as this. You can look up how to disable that on an image by image basis or when using a collection list in the University.
You can also open a ticket with support to see what that have to say.
OK. Sorry, I don’t understand what you mean?
IMHO - what is that?
This website has always worked great. So I don’t understand what went wrong here yesterday? Because I haven’t changed anything about this?
I believe to be having a similar issue. As of this afternoon my site has started experiencing some weird behavior. Image will randomly appear super small and one home page scroll is disabled making a user unable to see any of the content on the page. Here’s a quick loom you can see the image behavior and issue going from design to published site.
I also agree it’s a WF caused issue opposed to some size (or other) setting on our end.
I have spent the better part of 4 days trying every way to display images on numerous test pages I can imagine.
The ‘Tiny image’ issue is random. I can produce a perfectly good simple page (background + container + image), Publish and all is fine. Go back to Designer, change screen views and the tiny image appears - like magic. Change view size again and the size is correct. Design Preview shows Tiny images on some screen width and some the correct size.
The problem is extremely frustrating.
Edit to show what just happened
That result has NOTHING to do with settings! N O T H I N G