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    website images issue

    by peytonjosie3 ·

    I recently stumbled upon the expansive CNET forum and am seeking advice regarding my website’s brand development. I’ve been grappling with hurdles, particularly concerning the stability of the images and extended website loading times.

    I’m looking for expert opinions from this esteemed platform to pinpoint the underlying issues, especially in the context of images, and find effective solutions. Your insights would be highly valuable in helping me overcome these challenges and establish a stronger online presence for my brand.

    Note: link to site removed by moderator as spam.

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      by kees_b ·

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      It’s unclear what you mean with the stability of images.

      And, alas, it’s kind of difficult to investigate the speed of a site or page without having access to the source (the coding and data with your hosting company). Better hire a company or freelancer to help you with your site.

      And, by the way, the CNET forum doesn’t exist anymore. It stopped some 2 years ago. So it’s kind of a mystery why you mention it.

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      by zarajan0303 ·

      In reply to website images issue

      Certainly! To summarize, if you’re facing issues with images on a website, you can try the following steps to resolve the problem:

      1. Check your internet connection and refresh the web page.
      2. Clear your browser cache and cookies.
      3. Optimize image files for the web to reduce loading times.
      4. Ensure that image URLs are correct and use HTTPS if your site is secure.
      5. Confirm that image files exist on the server and have the correct permissions.
      6. Disable browser extensions that might be causing the issue.
      7. Investigate server or hosting issues by checking logs and contacting your hosting provider.
      8. Ensure responsive design for mobile devices if the problem is specific to them.
      9. Check for JavaScript errors in your browser’s console.

      Providing more specific details about the issue can help pinpoint the exact solution.

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