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Seeing double?..is that normal?


#1

recently had a look at my page and saw that AIRBNB now puts 2 photos together ont he same page…is it me or am i seeing double…i tried a few days later and it was 1 photo…now i’m back to 2 photos on the same hosting page…what do u see? is that normal?


#2

Two pictures on top of listing.


#3

I see just one! But sites are often messed with just to see what would be/look/attract better. The place looks fabulous.


#4

I just see one photo. Side note; there’s no bedroom? It looks like guests would sleep in the living room on the couch, correct?


#5

I have a pretty wide screen display and I am seeing three photos. It is a flexible layout. It shows 1, 2 or 3 based on your viewing area.


#6

I see two photos


#7

hi Mike, yes its a sofa bed with extra mattress - was thinking of adding a photo too…)


#8

hmm maybe its due to the computer you use then? not very IT literate here…but seems to be varied across the world…


#9

St. Pete posted months ago and we had the same question then and he gave the same answer saying he would add a picture with the bed made up.

I’m not sure he needs to bother since he has plenty of 5 star reviews. it doesn’t keep him from booking and pictures with the bed in the living area aren’t going to be as appealing.

If it’s not broke, why fix it?


#10

IE = 1 photo. Chrome = 2 photos


#11

I brought this up last week. Two photos is a new “feature” from the IT dweebs in the basement. I called and complained, LOUDLY. It does seem if you use the app (I don’t) that you see only 1 photo; two pix if you use a laptop or other real computer.


#12

Good idea! People like to see where they are going to sleep.


#13

It is pretty standard design stuff. 1, 2 or 3 images based on what your viewing window is: a phone, a laptop, or a big cinema display. Making the same single photo big, bigger and biggest is not always desirable. I have no doubt potential guests want to see more photos with less work - even though a swipe is hardly work. I am not surprised it does not work in IE. Chrome and Firefox support more advanced front end development.


#14

@Stpetersburg
I see 1 picture. Place looks great.
No shower curtain?


#15

I wondered that, too. Our place would have water all over the floor without one. Perhaps the rain shower head won’t do that?


#16

yes another one i was meant to do )…but the shower is very big and water doesnt fall out of the shower area - the head of the shower is too far from the edge of the shower…gives you a big shower…but maybe i shoudl get a curtain )


#17

I’m using chrome and see only one. I’m on a desktop PC running Windows 10 if that makes a difference.


#18

It is worth noting that I see two images when logged in (MacBook Air with Chrome) - only one when using a Chrome incognito window. It is clearly a responsive layout - showing 1, 2 or 3 photos based on the width of the viewing window - that they are experimenting with.


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