I'm bothered with the prob for a long time. Everytime I open a stack link, the words can be presented well, but the image never show up (the case in my screenshot). I tried refresh, log in but nothing works. So do you have an idea that there is any way to solve it? Thanks.

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  • The image block always shows "enter image description there". – yukun liu Sep 25 at 23:54
  • Welcome to TeX.SX! I am not sure what a "stack link" is. Is this question TeX related?If so, rather than posting screenshots please post a minimal working example. This should be a minimal piece of TeX code that compiles and reproduces your problem.To me at least this question is very unclear so it is likely closed unless you can add a MWE and more information, – user30471 Sep 26 at 1:26
  • Thanks for your reply Andrew. What I mean by "stack link" is an arbitrary page in stackexchange. It's not Tex related, it's stackexchange, the web itself related. When I open a stackexchange page, there is no image showing where there is supposed to be an image. – yukun liu Sep 26 at 2:42
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    Why do you post it here? The overall stack meta would have been best? It is off-topic here. – Johannes_B Sep 26 at 2:53
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    Where in the world are you? Most images on this site (certainly those uploaded via the buttons in the post editor) are hosted on imgur. I think I heard that imgur is blocked in some countries (see for example meta.stackexchange.com/q/341825). – moewe Sep 26 at 8:02

And this is always the case (image description blaaa)

enter image description here

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    Welcome to tex.sx (or the meta branch). This information should be edited into your question; it isn't an answer. Click on the "edit" option on the question to get access. – barbara beeton Sep 26 at 14:18
  • as barbara says this does not appear to be an answer so should have been in your question. On the other hand it appears to invalidate your question, This post does have a screen shot and the image does appear without the alt text enter image description here showing. – David Carlisle Sep 26 at 15:33

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