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From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.8) Gecko/20020204 BuildID: 2002020415 Sometimes, some web sites (abcnews.com, cnn.com) appear with broken images/links on reloading. I will attach an image of the page along with this bug report for you to see. Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: 1.go to www.abcnews.com 2. 3. Actual Results: Sometimes the page will appear with broken links (see attachment) Expected Results: Page should be displayed.
Created attachment 70533 [details] Screen shot of Mozilla window with www.abcnews.com This is the page with the broken images. The web page does not change once reloaded i.e. images remain broken.
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.8+) Gecko/20020218 WFM. when this happens, try right-clicking on an image and do "view image". if you still don't get anything, try reload for just the image. good chance this is a cache issue if it shows on first load, but not on reload.
Actually, I do see this sometimes, but not specific to any website. Clearing cache fixes it. Might be related to bug 76431 if you're running two copies of Mozilla simultaneously. That's what probably does it for me.
This is a fairly new problem. I started noticing perhaps a week ago. A place where i consistently can reproduce (unless i have the images cached) is by going to http://www.cnn.com click "multimedia" link Click the "Play Video" link The little window with a frame for a player and a right frame with a scrollbar and more video stories appears. The images in that right pane are mostly broken, untill i reload frame. The error intermittantly also occures on the CNN.com front page. Adding top100 keyword.
Severity: normal → major
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Assignee: trudelle → gordon
images at google.com are also often missing now.
Component: XP Apps → Networking: Cache
QA Contact: sairuh → tever
http://www.chuckjones.com/ - have to reload both main and extra window to see images. All broken on first load.
I visited http://www.nationalgeographic.com/ 2 days ago and all was well. Revisiting today: an image link i clicked on the previous visit (small pic of diamonds) was now appearing as broken. Reloaded (not ctrl/shift+reload) and it displayed OK.
perhaps insignificant, but the image that did NOT display when i now revisited, was the ONLY image i clicked on on that page during the previous visit.
I was having this same problem - images not loading on first load of several regularly visited site, would load after clicking reload. Clearing disk and memory cache seems to have cleared it up.
Should have added - this was happening to me with Build 2002031103 under Windows 2000, so it appears to be a cross-platform bug.
saw this as late as yesterday at cnn.com. An image i hadn't seen before at all was indicated as broken (top story image). A "View image" revealed it was all there. Hit back-button: pic now also rendered on main page.
I get the same bug. Just downloaded RC2 for WinXP. It happens on a number of sites i tried. Only way i can get it to render properly is to hit Shift+Reload so it won't read from the cache.
this may be a duplicate of bug 121084
I'm not seeing this bug anymore with current builds. WFM.
Resolution: Preferences > Advanced > HTTP Networking and UNCHECK "Enable Pipelining". Nominating RESOLVED.
Is anyone still seeing this using a newer build? Colin, that sounds like bug# 140561 - pipelined images are not loading.
No images are showing at http://www.real.com/. Images at that site have URLs like: http://images.real.com//pics/real/realone/left_header.gif Maybe there is a problem with that double // after the domain? Images are shown when one slash is eliminated. The double slashes result in a proxy server error at my site.
comment #18 also sounds like a different problem than was originally reported. Haven't heard back from earlier reporters so marking this resolved wfm.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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