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Why aren't the images on the web panel showing up? (Internet Explorer)
If you can connect to the web panel, but the panel itself doesn't load any images, the problem lies in the security settings in your installation of IE.

We store the images for our web panel on a separate server to help distribute the load. Some installations of Internet Explorer have problems displaying sites which are composed of elements located on multiple secure servers.

To fix the error, open up IE's options screen, click the 'security' tab, and add https://secure.newdream.net/ to your list of trusted sites. Hit OK, then reload the panel.

Everything should be coming up roses!

Last updated: Dec 13, 2004.

User Post (2003-10-16 10:43:28 by pmocek)
There are good reasons for configuring your browser *not* to load images from servers other than the one from which the current page was loaded. The majority of off-site images are advertisements. Most people really don't want to load images from places like doubleclick, fastclick, atwola, hitbox, etc. Additionally, some of these images are used to track Web usage of a particular computer -- yours, if you allow your browser to load them.
User Post (2003-06-03 07:09:16 by jmusarra)
Mozilla has a setting to disallow the loading of images not located on the same server as the page. In 1.4, this is under Edit > Preferences > Privacy and Security > Images. If "Accept all images" is checked, all should work just fine.
User Post (2003-04-15 05:22:01 by elektric)
This same issue occurs with Mozilla, versions 1.21 and 1.3 I've used thus far.
User Post (2003-03-20 18:43:59 by moma)
Using IE, the images were not displaying properly using 56 bit encryption. After installing the Microsoft High Encryption Pack for Windows 2000, which upgraded the browser to support 128 bit encryption, the images started displaying correctly.