Imageshack is just buggy sometimes. They don't delete your pictures if you get too many hit off one site, they then just ban hotlinking from the silentpcreview.com domain. You get to see an error message stating that, instead of just no picture showing.
Anywho, the pictures you just posted work.
Try photobucket.com if you have issues with imageshack again at some point.
Thanks for the heads up.
After I read the FAQ on ImageShack it might have been that the Image exceeded the bandwidth rules. I thought ImageSchack had no bandwidth limit.
How much bandwidth can I use?
ImageShack allows unlimited bandwidth for videos and flash files, and allows each hotlinked image 100 megabytes of transfer per hour. If a hotlinked image exceeds this amount, it will become inaccessible, and you would need to send us an email in order to have it enabled again.
In order to prevent inaccessible hotlinked images, please utilize the clickable thumbnail function as often as possible instead of hotlinking full images. Clickable thumbnails are generally small in size and do not use as much bandwidth as large images. Your images' viewers will be able to click on the thumbnails in order to see the large images.
The most common causes of large bandwidth usage are animated gifs inside the avatar and signature section of message boards and non-thumbnailed series of large images.
...as the picture was quite big, maybe 1 Mega byte, and had almost 100 views but if it was in 1 hour is hard to tell? But it is two pictures that I used, one medium sized under 800x600 whicj was linked to the big picture which open when you clicked on it. The smaller picture could not have exceeded the bandwitdth so it must be some other cause.
i7c17 I uploaded an image and hotlinked it, but it doesn't show up, shows a red X, or shows "image does not exist."
Make sure you are using the correct link that is given to you on the upload-done page. If you uploaded a file and it doesn't work, it may be that the server on which your image is located is temporarily down, however this is a rare occurrence. The image may also have been deleted due to a violation of ImageShack's Terms of Service.
I will try some other image hosting services, got ImageBucket but
havenÂ´t used it since 2006 but IÂ´ll try with this old picture to see it it works.
...seams to work fine, going to read up on their FAQs