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Site URL: https://littleberrybutton.co.uk

I have a website with a lot of code and a couple of plugins added to it.

I have recently noticed in my store that some product images are not displaying in desktop view, but they are in mobile view.

I have been told custom code is causing this, and I want to know how to be able to identify what code (as there is a lot) without removing it all and adding back in to find the issue.

Is there a way to do this?

I am also very happy to outsource the work if any one can help.

Thank you,

Sophie

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Hi Sophie

Beautiful site! 🙂

Can you point us towards some of the images that are not appearing?

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The 'Sync Product Variant Images' plugin appears to be hiding them. I can't be sure as I don't have access to your site, but it's definitely some JS in the code injection area, not CSS. 

You can temporarily remove the following line of code from Settings > Advanced > Code Injection to test this:   

<script src="/s/plugin-sync-product-variant-images.js"></script>

If the thumbnail images re-appear then I recommend you contact the plugin supplier to understand why.

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