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  • #988

    hello,

    I use sometimes Chrome browser and found this bug or error ;)

    here preview:

    expo.png

    How can i clear that?

    thanks

    #33572

    It’s following code (more exactly the image) which causes this behavior of Chrome:

    <a class='alignleft preloading_background'  href="http://www.themesparadise.com/elegant-cube-wordpress-premium-theme/" title="Elegant Cube WordPress Premium Theme" ><img class='rounded alignleft'  src='http://www.themesparadise.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/466-60x60.png' alt='' title='Elegant Cube WordPress Premium Theme' height='60 ' width='60' /></a><p>Elegant Cube from WPYuzu is a great theme for entertainment related blogs or photo blogs! </p>

    I’m not sure which plugin, widget, etc. produces this code but the strange thing is that the image “466-60×60.png” isn’t visible for me (Firefox, Safari, Chrome on Win7).

    The Dude

    #33573

    Envato Marketplace Items plugin with widget function and Expose Advertising widget.(at footer)

    #33574

    Hey,

    Are you running any plugins or addons for Chrome? I can see the image directly in Firefox / Safari / Chrome on Mac.

    Try looking at the image directly in Chrome, does it work? http://www.themesparadise.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/466-60×60.png

    James

    #33575

    thanks for support James,

    yes i can see this image with Chrome but i cannot explain myself how did i do it ? :(

    I tried another browsers too…I see only with Chrome

    #33576

    Hey,

    If the image isn’t being blocked directly, and I see it fine on Chrome it might be down to a plugin / add-on for Chrome interfering. It’s also possible that a firewall rule (on the computer / network or from your ISP) is causing this to not load properly.

    Is this on Windows / OS X / Linux or another OS?

    Try on another computer to see if the problem is localised to your machine or affects others too.

    James

    #33577

    I use Chrome without plugin.I tried with another computer too, same problem.

    OS:Windows 7 Ultimate and XP Pro SP3

    #33578

    !bump!

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