Stryker2011 wrote:I don’t see anyway to change that on my iPad using Safari.
I wouldn't know anything about Safari. The point is that this issue seems to be the result of settings on the part of each user's individual browser. When you first announced you could see Tank Girl and blackpool's Photobucket images, I could not see them. Then I noticed that if I hit the reload button, the first (Cap America) photo briefly flickered on the screen for a fraction of a second, and then the photo wasn't visible again. So I thought is this a Mozilla Firefox issue, and tried Internet Explorer. That showed all photos just fine, but didn't have the same ad blockers and I immediately got one of the annoying redirect ads claiming my computer has a virus and I have to etc... So I went back to Mozilla Firefox to experiment with disabling the ad blocker, in case that was getting in the way of the photos displaying. It made no difference. Then I looked at my add ons. When Photobucket did its evil trick last year, we were advised to get a couple of add ons that allowed us to view Photobucket images. Disabling one of them (the one I specified) allowed all the photos to show. That, anyway, is how I got to the solution.
Did you ever install add ons for this on Safari? Are there other settings on Safari that you could experiment with?