UPDATE - - problem solved - - Using Firefox Troubleshooting Mode I found that the problem was ''''caused by an added extension '''' which has been turned off (I hope) One thing I don't understand though is that I fixed this in Firefox but it also fixed it in Chrome. All images show up in both, so how does one browser fix a second browser? I have yet to check Safari but I never use that one anyway, so I'm not going to push my luck! Thanks Terry.
- - - I have a LOT (hundreds) of images that do not show up on many pages and each one is labeled,
403 Forbidden in the Network Monitor.
There are images that do show up on the same pages and the amount varies.
Those are labeled with a green 200.
What causes this and how can I fix it so they all show on the pages?
and do I have to fix each and every one? That would take months.
Modified by pwfiol
I don't see either of the labels you mention in your screenshot. This article may help.Read this answer in context 👍 1
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You have to provide some of the problem URL so others can see what is going on beyond the screenshot to compare what they get to what you have posted?
I don't see either of the labels you mention in your screenshot. This article may help.
Note that this is about what is shown in the Network Monitor and the OP didn't include a screenshot of the Network Monitor window.
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This is just one example of how I get missing images on every page. I have images on 3 related sites and all 3 have the same problem, with slight differences in which images show. Many pages I have more images missing than what shows.
You probably get an HTML error page, so you can check the result or open such an image in a new tab to inspect this message.