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Serious Hotmail problem, is it only me ?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by meannn, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. meannn

    meannn Supreme Member

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    On writing email body, when I open html editor in hotmail, put image code for ex: <img src="http://site.com/blabla.jpg" \> and change to rich editor to see the image, it always says undefined instead of showing the picture. I have no extensions installed. I tried it on chrome and it works well. Whats wrong with it, is it only me or firefox problem ?

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    I dont have this issue Just checked
     
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    It's only you. Have you installed any extensions/addons to your browser recently? What browser do you use? It may be caused by an Ad-Blocking extension.
     
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    I have Imacros, FireBug and Alexa/pagerank. I have disabled all restart and still facing the issue. Thats so strange. You guys tested on Firefox right ?
    My os is windows 8 but dont think that it matters.
     
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    I tried again on Firefox embedding google's logo and this is what i got:
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    Yeah that sucks. That means there's problem on firefox side.
     
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    Try updating firefox to latest version or re-install firefox.
    Even better, set up a quick firefox profile and see if the problem persists.
     
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    Just switch to Chrome and you'll be okay. :)
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    I personally prefer using Google Chrome, because it's much better for surfing. However, i still like firefox because of the awesome plugin support, like iMacros, Script-Blockers and because it can be optimized (not showing images, not using colors and styles). I am with Firefox 12.0 for 1.5 years and i love it. :)
     
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    I did mate. Still same issue.
     
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    I had a similar issue some time back. But that was because I had javascript blocked on the browser or due to a bad proxy maybe.
     
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    I think the code is wrong,
    Isn't it supposed to be :

    Nevermind, I think I found your issue - you don't have to use the "/"

    So :

     
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    I could be thinking but other people also reported the same issue, so its a widely ff problem I guess. Is it possible to test on your side ?



    My code is correct. Its your time to get back to html 101 huh :D
     
  13. Marsilirus

    Marsilirus Newbie

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    Use this - <img src="blabla.jpg">
    Without the | - Try it before saying.
    My browser shows your "/" as "|" and my notepad shows it as "\", that might be the problem - just use it without the "/" at all.
     
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    Ok, just tried it on my end.
    Seems like a firefox issue. Works in chrome but becomes undefined in firefox.
     
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    Tried with

    <img src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/CiKP5.jpg">
    <img src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/CiKP5.jpg"></img>
    <img src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/CiKP5.jpg" \>

    None of them are working.
     
  16. Marsilirus

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    Did you try it with another picture to find out if it's an HTML problem or the picture's problem?
    I once had a picture that wouldn't load up in HTML no matter what, I thought it was the code problem - but other images worked fine.