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Why do photos from LinkedIn no longer appear?

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In LinkedIn, when you right mouse click on a photo, Firefox offers to no longer accept images from this site. I tried selecting this and now realize it's all photos from the site. There does not seem to be a way to undo this. When I right mouse click on a non-existent photo, it still shows the same option and the box is un-ticked - even though there is no photo. It's not a fault of LinkedIn because I can see the photos on the same computer using Internet Explorer. Thanks!

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If images are missing then check that you aren't blocking images from some domains.

  • Press the F10 key or tap the Alt key to bring up the hidden "Menu Bar" temporarily.
  • Check the permissions for the domain in the currently selected tab in "Tools > Page Info > Permissions"
  • Check "Tools > Page Info > Media" for blocked images
  • Select the first image link and use the cursor Down key to scroll through the list.
  • If an image in the list is grayed and "Block Images from..." has a check-mark then remove this check-mark to unblock images from this domain.

Make sure that you do not block (third-party) images, the permissions.default.image pref on the about:config page should be 1.


Make sure that you haven't enabled a High Contrast theme in the Windows/Mac Accessibility settings.

Make sure that you allow pages to choose their own colors.

  • Tools > Options > Content : Fonts & Colors > Colors : [X] "Allow pages to choose their own colors, instead of my selections above"

Note that these settings affect background images.

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There are extensions like Adblock Plus (Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Extensions) and security software (firewall, anti-virus) that can block images and other content.

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