is it possible that something is affecting just your browser? have you tried on a different browser, and in an incognito window? extensions can create some very strange problems, we see it all the time, even widely used ones.
Is that on the index page? Since the requestURL appends the actual URL in the browser at the time, and the URL on the index page is the root URL, the bug has no effect - It changes from www.designmonster.com/assets/images/IMAGE.webp to www.designmonster.com/assets/images/IMAGE.webp, which is correct. But from the who-we-are page, on refresh, images fail, because it is starting at www.designmonster.com/who-we-are/assets/images/IMAGE.webp
And yes, sorry, should have mentioned - it happens to me across all browsers and in incognito mode.
It’s live now with a jpg for aminaheadshotwide on the who-we-are page at any screen size above 1168px. You can watch it append the URL segment /who-we-are/ on refresh in the network tab in the header requestURL. Still the same thing.
The issue here is the src path for images. When visiting “Who we are” the URL is https://www.designmonster.com/who-we-are. After refreshing the URL is https://www.designmonster.com/who-we-are/.
In the first instance, the image src assets/images/aminaheadshotwide-b2b34f2ee7feb44825216e06e78ec729.jpg works because it is relative to the site root. In the second instance the image src is relative to /who-we-are/ because of the trailing slash.
The easiest way to resolve this is to prepend a slash to the src values e.g. /assets/images/aminaheadshotwide-b2b34f2ee7feb44825216e06e78ec729.jpg so they are always relative to the site root.