This is perhaps not directly a Webflow problem, but perhaps somebody know a solution. On some webpages (e.g default Webflow pages) the browser scroll bar seems to load after the page content, making the content jumps to the left to make room for the scroll bar when it loads. So, when you navigate from one page to the next, the page first jump to the right, then back to the left. It’s not a big problem but a bit annoying. Some pages do not have this problem, I’m assuming that it has to do with how the html is structured or some script is used…?
The problem seems to be the Webflow editor login widget that pops up in the lower right corner. Looks like this adds an empty scroll bar that loads after the page content. Not a big problem if the designer and the customer is the only one that see the page jumping, but still a bit annoying.