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Site URL: https://www.palomamcclain.com/graphic-design#/wyldstyl/

The images just broke all of a sudden. They used to display just fine the last time I edited my website. Any single image that isn't part of a summary block doesn't show.  It only shows a blank little box. What gives? This is part of my graphic design portfolio and this is extremely frustrating and problematic.

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Same. This morning the images all loaded fine. Now, I also receive the tiny blank boxes. For me, the little boxes are still functional in that one can click it to have the image open in a lightbox view. That still seems to work for me. Once you exit the lightbox view though, only the small boxes are there. 

Also, when in edit mode, the images are all loaded and shown as they should be. Once I save, the images are back to normal size and view. However, once you leave the page and revisit and/or reload the page, the images go back to the little empty white boxes.

I agree this is an unexpected annoyance. I am also a designer and as such use images extensively as my portfolio. Here's to hoping that it is an easy fix rather than redoing the image blocks for each image on the sites.

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In addition,

I just attempted changing settings of the image blocks. I discovered that if I turn off the "Enable Lightbox" feature, save, and reload, then the images appear as normal. This seems to be an issue with the Enable Lightbox feature.

Until this is resolved, at least I can still show images on my site without the lightbox enabled for now.

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