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Images showing as broken links on Chrome
Chrome images broken link

 2:33 pm on Aug 2, 2012 (gmt 0)

I am not an expert so bear with me on this issue.
I am showing lots of broken image links on Chrome yet they are good images using other browser platforms?
They appear momentarily then disappear to be replaced by the broken link icon.
Its so bad that I decided to remove Chrome totally and then download a new version but the problem still persists?
I "think" its where images are dynamically generated and that php is involved but as I say I am no expert.
This happened overnight and I had not changed any settings except that there was a Windows 7 update around that time
Can anyone suggest a possible cause/solution?



 3:20 pm on Aug 2, 2012 (gmt 0)

Chrome has a built in Developer Tools, so try using that view what the browser thinks is going on. Press F12 to start it. Click on the Network tab, then refresh the page. Are you seeing anything with a status of 404? You can also right click on the image and choose "inspect element".


 5:20 pm on Aug 2, 2012 (gmt 0)

Hi Fotiman

thanks for the interest:)

On the F12 aspect it returns the bad graphics in red as follows:

name-of image_845_1.jpg








If I right click on the broken image and select open in new tab it does open correctly

Any suggestions?


 6:57 pm on Aug 2, 2012 (gmt 0)

(failed) ... is does that show a number? Like 404?

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