If the support article you are viewing is displaying a broken image link or not loading the image correctly, continue reading this article for different ways to fix this.
A "broken image" on Google Chrome appears as an image of a pixelated piece of paper with an image on it, and for Firefox, it appears as a plain piece of paper with a tear in the middle.
The two icons are shown respectively:
This error could occur as a result of a variety of issues;
- Some extensions could be preventing certain images from loading correctly, or not at all;
- Certain permissions may also prevent images from loading;
- The cache on Google Chrome may be full, and needs to be cleared;
- An issue on our end!
- The image doesn't exist on our server anymore;
- The filename was entered incorrectly to an article.
Regardless, here are some step-by-step instructions to ensure that our articles can provide you with the best help possible.
How to Fix a Broken Image (Chrome):
- Check the Browser Extensions
- Check Server Permissions
- Clear your Cache
Check the Browser Extensions -
Browser Extensions can sometimes interfere with how you interact with a webpage and the attachments within them. Included are some step-by-step instructions on an attempt of how you could resolve this issue;
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