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My images are destroyed resolution-wise. Why does this happen?


#1

Hi there,

I’ve got this problem where my image is 2048x1191 px but for some reason on the website it appears to be compressed down to 800x454?

I have no idea why this happens - referenced pictures below for a better understanding. Thanks!

For the reference, this is the website’s page: http://chagency.webflow.io/case-studies/kinkthat

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#2

How can I disable responsive images?

You can disable this feature for a specific image by hitting CMD+SHIFT+O on Mac or CTRL+SHIFT+O on Windows, then clicking the checkbox that’s revealed in the image settings panel.


#3

Oh shii hi Nelson! Love your youtube live videos, so happy to have you reply so fast!

I get your recommendation but I’d like to keep that option on - any idea why it happens even though I’m on Google Chrome on a 13" 2016 macbook pro? It’s around 2560x1600 if I remember correctly

Weirdly enough, if I go through safari, the same pic is on 1600x931 pixel resolution…


#4

Responsive images do sometimes behave weird. Most often this happened while I was putting them into the grid layouts. Haven’t found a pattern why and when this happens so just had to disable this feature for some images after all.


#5

Thx for the reply Dram. Indeed it happens to my images that are in a grid. Will simply disable this option for grid images.


#6

Oh, so we have a pattern after all! Grid has another thing to improve in its behaviour.