Question by  lwetzel2003 (37)

Why does IE browser block images only from one site but not another?


Answer by  Tenpa (67)

Since you are able to view images from one site but not on another the problem is probably due to image types not compatible with IE.


Answer by  teEMOgeek (27)

Your internet explorer might be set to accept images from trusted sites only. To check these settings, you'll need to go to internet options and click on the privacy tab. Another reason might be your internet cache is full and it's not accepting new ones, you can also clear you cache by going to the internet options screen.


Answer by  knightmare (1231)

One reason is your cache may be full. You can try clearing it in Internet Options to see if it'll help. Otherwise check the filters in any adblocking software.


Answer by  starr (93)

IE browser blocks things that they think might have a virus and or be problematic. Make sure you check your firewall settings, make sure you don't have certain images blocked. I'd also recommend getting a different browser. Lot's or people think IE sucks compared to firefox and googlechrome. I use Chrome and its great.


Answer by  tedros (211)

I've been a Web Developer for 5 years. I have not know any version of Internet Explorer to block images. The links on the website may be missing. There can also be security flags if the image is from an insecure location on a secure page.


Answer by  amswplusone (652)

Your security setting may have been set to allow content from certain sites only. Perhaps someone configured them this way unintentionally, even. Go to Tools>Internet Options>Security to check this out.


Answer by  Oce531 (11)

Possible securty risk. if you know its ok you can just your setings under Internet option. you lower the securty options to a lower seting then you should be good. but if its still blocked then you can customize the securtiy and turn off and one certain fecturs of the secuity. This of course is at your own risk.


Answer by  Zoe (2369)

Internet Explorer's image blocker is not the best. In my experience, Mozilla Firefox uses more ram but has better image/content blockers than any other browser I've used.


Answer by  darkrayz (10)

The site from which the images are blocked might be reported unsafe and may contain bugs or virus. That might be the reason

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