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    Do you mean the frist bots or spam bots...?

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  • PoPSiCLe (unregistered)

    Well, the first one is (probably) the alt-text, and since you're using Firefox with cross domain access prevention, I'm guessing the image is fetched externally, and then not shown. Not really an error, it's how it's supposed to work.

  • eric bloedow (unregistered)

    oh, that one reminded me of a story where someone set their "windows startup sound" to a ten minute long tune...then complained that it was taking a long time to start!

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  • jm (unregistered) in reply to PoPSiCLe

    I'd have guessed mixed content blocking. However, "Animated loading spinner" isn't really a great choice of alt text anyway. If I can't see the spinner, I don't care that it was animated or even that it was a spinner - at most, I care that it would have told me something was "Loading...", and that alt text would have looked just fine.

  • Foo AKA Fooo (unregistered) in reply to jm

    This. An alt text should not describe what the image is, but convey the meaning the image is supposed to convey.

    Then again, I wouldn't mind if all blink tags ever were replaced with the word "blinking".

  • Stuart L (unregistered) in reply to PoPSiCLe

    The image in question comes from the exact same server as the page in question - the source URL, in the HTML source, is "/authenticationendpoint/assets/img/large-spinner.gif". No server specified, so it's definitely not a cross-server blocking issue.

    Interestingly, the picture shows properly in Chrome, but the interstitial page doesn't display at all in Safari. Haven't checked it in IE or Edge.

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    I know this guy who for fun some times plays the longest jukebox song.

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