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Firefox shows Fixed Background, Chrome shows scrolling background

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Ilboscodellevolpi

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maybe someone knows how to fix this properly? I have my website made with Wordpress. The source page is exactly the same, but there's a problem with the pages background whereas it shows fixed on Firefox (and also sized correctly / cover) on Chrome it's zoomed in and it's scrolling with the page.

Page sample: Website here

Chrome is famous for this issue apparently but I wonder if there's an efficient workaround to solve and see my backgrounds on their original scale (and also responsive on devices of course)

Thanks for letting me know, Bruno

I cannot find a solution because the code is literally the same, it's just the browser responsiveness that changes
<p>maybe someone knows how to fix this properly?
I have my website made with Wordpress.
The source page is exactly the same, but there's a problem with the pages background whereas it shows fixed on Firefox (and also sized correctly / cover) on Chrome it's zoomed in and it's scrolling with the page.</p>
<p>Page sample:
<a href="https://www.laforetdesrenards.com/portfolio-item/hotcouture/" rel="nofollow noreferrer">Website here</a></p>
<p>Chrome is famous for this issue apparently but I wonder if there's an efficient workaround to solve and see my backgrounds on their original scale (and also responsive on devices of course)</p>
<p>Thanks for letting me know,
Bruno</p>
<p>I cannot find a solution because the code is literally the same, it's just the browser responsiveness that changes</p>
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