re- The Dreaded Red Cross

  Artylady 13:38 21 Jun 03

Can anyone tell me how l can get rid of the red cross on pictures, sometimes its ok , then somes it blocks everything.
Am using XP and aol 8

  ©®@$ђ 14:05 21 Jun 03

The red cross symbol appears when the browser cannot display an image. There are a number of reasons why this may happen. The most usual cause is that the web site is busy or is suffering technical problems and the image can't be retrieved (in much the same way that a whole web-page sometimes cannot be retrieved). Click the 'Reload' button on the AOL toolbar. If this doesn't work, right-click on the red cross and select 'Show picture' from the pop-up menu. (Occasionally there may an error in the web page code or the image has not been uploaded by the writer of the site. If this is the case then the above tips will have no effect and you will not be able to view the image.) If the above tips did not work, it is possible that you have a corrupted copy of the file in your temporary cache. To clear your temporary cache open AOL and click 'Customise' on the toolbar. Select 'Preferences' and then 'Internet Properties (WWW)'. In the 'AOL Internet Properties' window that appears, select the 'General' tab. Click the 'Delete Files' button in the middle, then click 'Ok'. Now reload the page.

NOTE: Use this test to check that your browser is capabale of displaying the common image file formats.

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