Re: Web pages displaying erratically
"gmart" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Ok, did that. Got lots of info but I'm not sure what it means. It says
> those images are "Broken Images".
That's what I was expecting you might see. Unfortunately IE8 doesn't given
any more clues about what makes them "broken". One thing that I saw on a
previous beta was evidence of someone using a trial version of an image
generator. E.g. when the image file was opened in Notepad there was a
notice about that tacked on the bottom. I suppose something like that
might be interpreted as making it "broken".
> Not sure what to look for regarding the
> market graphics. Interesting after I followed your directions, it showed
> this morning??? I did contact my ISP the other day and of course they
> it wasn't their issue as I was on line. Thanks.
I guess you could notify the web site if you see more "broken images" from
them sometime. ; )
> "Robert Aldwinckle" wrote:
>> "gmart" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > Recently purchased a new computer w/ Win7. I've noticed on some of my
>> > web
>> > pages it will not display graphics or pictures. I get the little
>> > warning
>> > sign in the bottom "Done w/ errors" or the red x in the corner of the
>> > picture
>> > box. Today all of a sudden I have one page that has some graphics
>> > summarizing stock markets (site is wsj.com, upper right corner) It has
>> > been
>> > displaying it fine until yesterday, now all of a sudden nothing shows
>> > up
>> > there. I have not changed any settings and it shows up fine on my old
>> > computer which is sitting right next to this one and on the same
>> > network.
>> > Tried turning Norton firewall off but that did not do it. Settings all
>> > appear the same as old computer????
>> Use the IE8 Image Report (from Developer Tools) to get some clues about
>> those images. (F12, Alt-I,R)