For normal operation I use a non-standard browser called qutebrowser on Linux. qutebrowser shows image cards on my self-hosted docker-compose Ghost 5.31.0 service correctly. I have one Page that has a few images uploaded. However, every other browser I’ve tried shows broken images on this Page, but as far as I can tell the image addresses are the same for every browser. This Page is members-only, but has a Public Preview (all the images are above the Public Preview card). I’ve only been browsing as a public user (haven’t logged in as a member yet).
I’ve tried Google Chrome, Vivaldi, and Firefox on Linux, and they all show the broken images instead of the images attached to the Page. Firefox appears to show the correct dimensions of each image, but the picture inside the box is empty. Chrome and Vivaldi have the
icon. Chrome on my Android phone also shows the broken image on this page.
For normal operation I use qutebrowser, a browser based on QtWebEngine (which has roots in Chromium). Up until recently qutebrowser worked just fine for forum.ghost.org, but this site now says it’s out of date (this site should let the user handle out of date browsers, and shouldn’t totally break if it detects something too old). But that is not my problem for this topic.
Are you maybe running into an http vs https problem for those images?
If you open developer tools (F12 in Chrome and some others) and look in the console for error messages and at the network tab for the requests that should get those images, what do you see?
Can you share a URL? Most likely, the modern browsers take a strict approach to misconfiguration, e.g., cross-site, mixed URLs etc.
Unfortunately the page I’m trying to post to contains PII, I’m not ready to publicly share it yet. But as Cathy suggested, I loaded developer tools in each browser, and in the broken browsers the images are getting 404 response codes, sure enough. I’m at a loss to explain why.
Also in developer tools, I copied the URL for each browser, and as far as I can tell the URLs for each image are identical:
So, it doesn’t appear to be an http versus https problem. If it’s not obvious, I replaced the actual domain name with test.redacted.org, and the redacted.jpg is hiding the individual’s name (these are portraits of my organization’s officers).
For the broken browsers, can you try incognito to make sure there are no caches or extensions interfering with the page functionality?