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[Resolved] Images not embedding for Cheyenne


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58 minutes ago, Cheyenne said:

Ok, another test   

http://cableguymom.com/animated/70manypeople.gif

 

Nope

Changed Ancestry to https in coding.  And ran thru Ipswitch.  Didn't restart computer.

Somethings stripping the "s" off your https: If I add a "s" to that address, then it works. Make sure the coding for that particular graphic has https: at the beginning of the url.

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blue4f.gif

 

 

I did a copy image location, and pasted it here. I have the forum set to accept images from http: now, as well as https:

Anythiing tested before this, may not show correctly, as they are recorded in the database as having come from an http: site.

 

You should have no problem now. Try it and let us know. :)

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9 minutes ago, Windwalker said:

 

 

 

I did a copy image location, and pasted it here. I have the forum set to accept images from http: now, as well as https:

Anything tested before this, may not show correctly, as they are recorded in the database as having come from an http: site.

 

You should have no problem now. Try it and let us know. :)

I have no problem if I use Google Chrome on my Lenovo computer.  

I have two laptops, a Lenovo and a Toshiba.

Each laptop has all three browsers:  Google, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge.

The only browser that is secure (showing the padlock) is Google and only on the Lenovo!  On the Toshiba, all three browsers, even the Google browser, are unsecure and says so at the address.

I have a ticket in to Tiger Tech, my hosting company.

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Okay, I have tested with Chrome, Firefox, and Brave. My steps are.

 

  1. I go to your site.
  2. Right click on a animated graphic.
  3. Select Copy image or link location (depending on the browser.
  4. Return to the Depot and paste. 

Are those the steps you use?

 

Your site shows secure under brave.

Secure using Firefox. (Says verified by Lets Encrypt) :) Same as we use here.

Showing not secure using Chrome. That could simply be, because some of your graphics links have http instead of https. Chrome is a pain like that. You do have a valid security certificate though, and encryption is active through Lets Encrypt. I'm just a few steps shy, of stopping using Chrome because of all the security shenanigans they do like this.

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[RESOLVED]

 

I have marked this issue as resolved, due to no further activity, or the issue was solved.  Feel free to start a new tio topic, if the problem occurs again. 

 

Thanks, :tech: 

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