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If images are not loading in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge browser on your computer, here is how you can get rid of the problem. Several reasons can cause this issue, and this article explains almost all the possible solutions so that you can get images to load in your browser normally while browsing a webpage.

Images not loading in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge

If images are not loading in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge browser on your Windows 11/10 computer, follow these suggestions:

  1. Check internet connection
  2. Check in Incognito/Private mode
  3. Allow image to load
  4. Enable JavaScript
  5. Disable all extensions
  6. Clear site data
  7. Reset browser

1] Check internet connection

It is the first thing you need to check before getting into other solutions. If your internet connection is not good enough, HD images might not load properly and show as broken on all the web pages. Therefore, it is recommended to check if you do not have any issues with the internet connection.

2] Check in Incognito/Private mode

At times, you might have problems with the regular browsing mode. To determine whether the problem belongs to your entire browser or regular browsing mode, you can try opening the same webpage in an Incognito or Private mode. Depending upon the outcome, you need to follow the solutions accordingly.

3] Allow image to load

It is possible to browse in the text-only mode in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge browser. To do that, you need to prevent your browser from loading images and JavaScript. If you earlier blocked your browser from loading images on webpages, the following steps help you verify the setting and change it if required.

Google Chrome:

If you are using the Google Chrome browser and want to load images on all web pages, follow these steps:

  • Open the Google Chrome browser.
  • Click on the three-dotted icon and select Settings.
  • Switch to the Privacy and security tab.
  • Click on the Site settings option.
  • Select the Images.
  • Make sure that Sites can show images option is turned on.

If not, you need to select the option and reload the webpage.

Mozilla Firefox:

Images not loading in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 

To load images on webpages in the Mozilla Firefox browser, follow these steps:

  • Open the Firefox browser on your computer.
  • Enter about:config in the address bar.
  • Hit the Enter button.
  • Click on the Accept the Risk and Continue button.
  • Search for permissions.default.image.
  • Make sure the value is set to 1.
  • If not, double-click on it > enter 1 and click the correct sign.

After that, reload the webpage to load images.

Microsoft Edge:

Images not loading in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 

Microsoft Edge users can follow these steps to load images:

  • Open Microsoft Edge on your PC.
  • Click on the three-dotted icon > select Settings.
  • Switch to the Cookies and site permissions tab.
  • Click on the Images option.
  • Toggle the Show all button to turn it on.

Next, you need to reload the webpage.

4] Enable JavaScript

As mentioned earlier, you need to enable JavaScript on your browser. For that, follow these steps.

Google Chrome:

Images not loading in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 

  • Open Google Chrome browser.
  • Enter this: chrome://settings/content/javascript
  • Select the Sites can use Javascript option.

Mozilla Firefox:

Images not loading in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 

  • Open the Firefox browser.
  • Enter about:config in the address bar.
  • Search for: javascript.enabled
  • Double-click on it to set the value as true.

Microsoft Edge:

Images not loading in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 

  • Open the Microsoft Edge browser.
  • Enter this: edge://settings/content/javascript
  • Toggle the Allowed button to turn it on.

5] Disable all extensions

If you have recently installed some new browser extensions or add-ons and the problem started after that, you need to disable all those extensions at once. At times, some content blocking extensions may prevent your browser from loading the images if they carry incorrect settings. Therefore, it is recommended to deactivate all the extensions and check if it resolves the problem or not. If yes, you need to enable one extension at a time to find the culprit.

6] Clear site data

If the aforementioned steps didn’t do anything, you need to try resetting the site data on your browser. To clear site data on Google Chrome, follow these steps:

  • Open the Google Chrome browser.
  • Enter chrome://settings/siteData in the address bar.
  • Click on the Remove all button.

After that, try reloading the webpage.

However, if you are using another browser, it is recommended to follow this article to clear site data on Firefox, Edge, etc.

7] Reset browser

It is probably the last thing you want to do when images are not loading on your browser. It is quite easy and not time-consuming to reset any of the aforementioned browsers on Windows 11/10.

Why is my website not loading images?

There could be various reasons why some websites are not loading images on your browser. If that happens, you can follow the aforementioned solutions according to your browser. You need to get started by checking your internet connection. Following that, allow your browser to load images and JavaScript.

That’s all! Hope this guide helped you fix the issue.

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Images not loading in Chrome, Firefox, and Edge 



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