How can I handle relative URLs in my data

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Builder content link

Builder public api key
159c7272fa3b40bfb00846dbc501c81e

What are you trying to accomplish
I am connecting my builder project with my Strapi-backend-data. This backend is living on another subdomain. When fetching the images of people I am getting a relative URL (for the backend domain). This causes the images not to render when using it in builder or deploying it to our page.
Url I am getting from strapi: /uploads/image_name.jpg
Domain of strapi: cms.example.com
Domain of website: example.com
Correct image URL: cms.example.com/uploads/image_name.jpg
Resolves image URL: example.com/uploads/image_name.jpg

Code stack you are integrating Builder with
Strapi, Nuxt

Is there anything else which I can provide to get this question resolved faster?

I actually found a solution now for the problem. It is a little bit cumbersome because I need to do it for all my images but it’s better than nothing.

In the element data binding I adapt the string that is returned in the js-console the following way:

`https://cms.example.com${state.dataItem.attributes.image.data.attributes.url}`

This will return the correct URL in my case and render the images.