Images won’t display on private blog

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  • #3401890

    devinberg
    Member

    I have a private blog. Images that are uploaded with my posts display in the editor, but when I view the published post, the images are all broken. This seems to affect all of my posts on that site. I have another wordpress.com blog (not private) where the images display just fine.

    The blog I need help with is onsnetwork.org.

    #3401895

    devinberg
    Member

    The “blog I need help with” part is not correct.

    #3402286

    kokkieh
    Staff

    The “blog I need help with” part is not correct.

    Can you please tell us what site you do need help with? It’s impossible for us to investigate this if we don’t know on what site the issue is, and you have several WordPress.com and self-hosted sites in your account.

    #3402465

    devinberg
    Member

    Sure, the site is https://berg.family.blog.

    #3402478

    Thanks for the link. I’m using Chrome browser and when I scroll through the posts there are images in them. Can you send me a link to a specific post where this is happening?

    It won’t hurt to go ahead and clear the browser cache as well. Here’s how you do it.
    https://en.support.wordpress.com/browser-issues/#clearing-your-browser-cache

    #3402483

    devinberg
    Member

    Ok, it looks OK on Chrome for me. I think I’ve figured out the issue. I use the EFF Privacy Badger plugin on Firefox and it appears that the plugin was blocking cookies from the files WordPress domain. I’ve manually allowed those cookies and now the images are loading. Sorry for the trouble and thanks for your help.

    #3402508

    devinberg
    Member

    I did realize, however, that Privacy Badger was not preventing images from being displayed on my public blog while still blocking cookies from the files domain. So perhaps it is specifically related to it being a private blog.

    #3402567

    That’s a possibility. Thanks for letting us know the findings. Your viewers should not be affected because that is unique to your local setup.

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