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Discussion in 'Shock Brother's DIY Amps' started by robrob, Jan 2, 2021.
Hmmmm...it may be something between your server and TDPRI then?
A 4000x wide layout linked to from The Gear Page:
EDIT: NOT SOLVED: tdpri is blocking all my website images, even small ones.
After examining the image I found that is was actually reduced by Facebook. I did the same test using The Gear Page and the large image is being blocked. ^See above a few posts.
I have not been able to get through to a tdpri admin or webmaster. Maybe if several people click on the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of this page tdpri will respond.
We could "Report" one of the posts by @robrob to ensure ab admin sees it, but I don't want to misuse the reporting system
Maybe give the admins a day or two to get back to your contact request?
The real pisser is that the change was retroactive.
@robrob. I sent you a PM with contact info for the owner here. I had an issue a couple weeks ago with my vendor status and he got right to the bottom of it.
...plus, his name is Rob so he has to be a good guy!
Thanks RB, an email has been sent to the tdpri owner.
Doesn't make a lot of sense because that shouldn't effect their server or bandwidth with the images being hosted third party.
That's what I was about to say.
It showed up (the image ) in the preview windows....but not after I hit post
"Doesn't make a lot of sense because that shouldn't effect their server or bandwidth with the images being hosted third party."
tdpri has always uploaded images for their hosting whether you copy and paste into a post or use the "image icon". This causes problems for me because when I edit a layout tdpri won't update the image.
The size limit also seems to be related to image complexity. Someone posted a very simple 4000x3000 black and white image without problem so I believe tdpri compresses images when they upload them and my complex layouts don't compress that well so they get blocked for being "too large".
The server proxies the images so every bit would go thru their side both down and up. If you look at the URL to the dead image link above you'll see it's requesting the image via the TDPRI site. So the proxy is failing to serve to these larger images.
this time I removed the https and just accessed the link via http
looks like maybe the proxy might not like the https links.
hummmm .... OK...... https "links" work.... but maybe not embedded https links to images....
Oh crap, there goes the "size and complexity" theory. ^image is a small black-and-white EF80 pinout diagram from my website. When I edit this post I see the image.