A jpg image opens in Firefox but not Internet Explorer Question A jpg image opens in Firefox but not Internet Explorer. Answer Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 dropped support for jpeg images saved as CMYK and now only supports images saved in RGB mode. Below is an example and easy way to verify this issue. In the below example, we have two images; one saved in CMYK and the other saved as RGB. CYMK Image RGB Image If this issue exists, the CMYK image will appear as a red X or broken image in Internet Explorer. However, opening this page in Chrome or Firefox should show both images. If both images are visible to Internet Explorer,… Read More »Internet Explorer will not display some JPG Red X
Problem while accessing Windows 2003 server today I experienced a problem with the system reported to me: Your current security settings do not allow you to download files from this location. And gave me the following error window and security alert: Knowing that Internet Explorer is too stupid to know that even though I have the username and password to connect to an FTP site , I don’t have the necessary security permissions to download files from the FTP site. as dumb as this may seem it is the default security settings are Internet Explorer early versions. The solution In this case the solution is actually quite easy. 1. Open IE 2. Open Tools >… Read More »IE FTP Your current security settings do not allow you to download files from this location.