Just as per the header. See the screenshot below, unless it too has been consigned to the black hole of JiveServlet hell. Is there any particular reason, such as image size? Or is there a limit to the number of images Jive will store and remember?
The link for this, if you need it, is
Edit - When I posted this, the URL above appeared with a horizontal line through it. I don't see that in the Edit view. Does that mean something (apart from the obvious interpretation?)
Message was edited by: Hayton on 06/02/12 12:27:57 GMT
The image is no longer on the servers that's why. Where was it posted originally, in which thread? This would normally, if we are asking questions, be posted in the Internal Troubleshooting group. Shall I move it there?
I've never had a problem uploading images and I don't think there are limits.
Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 06/02/12 10:49:49 EST AM
It's a current thread in SiteAdvisor - https://community.mcafee.com/message/226622#226622 - and the post was only 2 days old. I re-uploaded the screenshot, so it's fine now.
By all means put this in Internal Troubleshooting if you feel it really belongs there, but I saw it as a general site issue which other users might encounter.
OK will leave it as is then.
Strange things are afoot?! On this platform?! You gotta be kidding me!
Re: the uploaded images, it seems that is all sorted now? May have been a blip but to be sure, there are no quantity limitations on images, other than within content, you can only embed 100 per blog post, 10 per message / document (which I can change if necessary). The system will prevent you from uploading more images than that for each.
As for the strikethroughs, I too have seen that weirdness but I think it was related to a series of keystrokes I inadvertently pressed. I cleared the HTML from my post and it went away.
Message was edited by: ajacobs on 2/6/12 1:20:51 PM CST
April, it's not a one-off but a recurring problem. This post is only 5-6 days old and should still be regarded as in a current thread. Without the screenshots the OP won't have a clue what it is I'm trying to say.
Message was edited by: Hayton on 15/02/12 04:19:41 GMT
Chrome, latest version, all plug-ins and extensions updated.
And it's Jive at fault. If I right-click on any of those missing screenshots up comes a Jive 404 :
- and in the address bar is the URL for (in the above case)
Is it anything to do with the name being too long? The Chrome Page-Capture extension auto-generates the name to save it by, which does make some of the names very long.
Edit - Again, the strikethrough. This must be Jive automatically detecting an address that will cause an internal 404 error.
Message was edited by: Hayton on 15/02/12 21:28:49 GMT