@MikeMiello - This is trivial to solve with a little custom code. The code example below assumes you only want to do this to rich text elements that have been assigned a class of “rtf” as indicated in the jQuery selector. It looks for any figure elements with a class of
w-richtext-align-center which Webflow applies to figures in rich text elements by default. It then removes that class and adds the
w-richtext-align-fullwidth class to each found element. This last class is what WF assigns to the image when you choose the full width icon.
Since the code I provide below depends on jQuery, you must load it into the document > Before Body Close custom code area on your CMS template.
If you had a different class assigned other than
rtf on the RTE you would modify the selector on line two of the code. If you wanted to affect all rich text fields on the template you could replace the
.w-richtext (the default class WF ads to a RTE component).
Enjoy. I am off to celebrate Cinco de Mayo with my friend Patrón