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I can't see any images (neither "new post" icons, smileys, avatars, or posted images) on this website http://www.alexander-the-great.co.uk/. As far as I know, that is the only site that I'm having this problem with. All I get is either a white box with a red "x" (Internet Explorer) or grey box with a green circle, red triangle, blue square, and white line diagonally across the bottom right half of it (Firefox).

I emptied my java cache and all temporary files using ATF-cleaner, but it makes no difference.

If anyone knows what might be blocking the images, please :blink: .

My security programs are:
Norton Internet Security 2004
ewido 3.5
Windows Defender

(also Ad-aware and Spybot S&D, but they obviously do not run at all times)

Thanks in advance!


The solution is, I think, an odd one.

Norton Internet Security -> Privacy Control -> Configure -> Advanced -> Add site (put in the site address) -> under Global Settings changed "Information about visited sites" to "permit"


I've actually had problems with this feature of NIS 2004 before because when it blocks "information about visited sites," it also blocks page info within one single site. :whistling: NIS 2005 is a dream concerning that (but a nightmare with AIM direct IM).

Edited by CelestialTeardrop, 01 October 2006 - 07:29 PM.

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