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Reload Image That Failed to Display in Firefox

Image is one of the most important part of any website, specially the websites which offers tutorials. But if you're on a slow Internet connection then you might have come across situations when image failed to load or load only in half. What will you do in this situation? Of course, you'll reload the web page, thinking it will load the next time. I have come across an extension for Mozilla Firefox which does the task for you automatically! You'll not have to go through hassle of reloading the image yourself, it'll do the task automatically.

It's one of the useful extension if you're Internet connection doesn't work smoothly. Read below to know more about this. You can also try using some fast DNS servers.
  • Go to this link and download "Show Selected Images" Add-on by clicking on "Add to Firefox" button. 
Reload Image That Failed to Display in Firefox
  • Firefox will ask you to install the add-on. Install it and restart the browser.
Reload Image That Failed to Display in Firefox
  • The add-on will start to work after restart, but you'll not notice any tool-bars or icons on the navigation panel/right click menu.
  • Just hover your mouse over the image that failed to load to load, the image will be reloaded again (if it isn't completely loaded).
  • You can also reload all the broken images with single click of a button. To do this, long press on the reload icon on the address bar, the add-on will start loading all the images that failed to display.
Reload Image That Failed to Display in Firefox
  • That's it!
Note: You can customize the Settings from Add-ons page. There are various options like emphasize images while reloading, manage exceptions etc.

Reload Image That Failed to Display in Firefox

There is also an extension for Chrome, but it doesn't work as expected. You can get similar extension for Chrome from here.

That's all for today. Just install the "Show Selected Image" add-on on your Firefox browser and say how it works for you.

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