One of my guild members has just mentioned that a lot of the images on our website aren't showing in Google Chrome. I hardly ever use that, but loaded up and checked, and he's correct. Some images show, some don't. It *looks* as if the images that don't show are those stored in our website file storage (boss kills, etc), although having said that, there are also some that do show, like the guild logo with "roster updates" on it - however, I've been using that as a copy paste from a previous forum post, so perhaps that's why that is showing.
I'm wondering if it's something to do with the security Chrome uses - perhaps it's blocking images that it thinks are a threat as they're on a HTTPS site but come from a HTTP site?
I've tried all the usual things of clearing cache, checking security settings, enabling images, etc, and am a bit stumped. Any ideas?
Ha cool .. thank you! What was it? My working theory was that it was something to do with the storage of the pictures, perhaps it being http storage, rather than https?
ahhh .. those sneaky amazonians!
I had the same problem with all my Apple products once I updated the system. On my iPhone and iOS 15 I can see images neither in Safari nor Chrome. And on my Macbook Pro I updated the OS to the latest version I can't see pictures either. Second problem is that I can't make a screenshot on Mac from any of my videos. Are the problems have the same origin? What to do?