I've written a small and fairly simple webpage. Actually a few linked pages. Mostly it works well. Problem is that some links to full size images are not displayed. Doing some web searching for help has led me to the following link that may be relevant... www.apache.org/dist/httpd/binaries/win32/README.html#problems
I'm hoping for comment from more experienced people whether there is a real issue here.
I've worked on a test page that demonstrates with two similar image files linked from the same page and stored in the same directory, that one gets displayed and the other doesn't. File sizes are 4563kB (loads) and 4462KB (not loaded). Log file shows that both images are responded to with 304 codes.
I was wondering if the filename or extension made a difference. i.e. jpg versus JPG I seem to have ruled this out.
I've also wondered if there was something with read privilege but the simple test above makes me doubt this.
I hope the explanation is simple. If the help link provided is the answer, then where abouts in the httpd.conf file should these lines go? I don't see the obvious comparison between the Thecus file and that described in the link.
This is not unusual behaviour. I have experienced it a lot. Usually closing your browser and reopening it will allow the other images to load. Once they're all cached in your browser they all display fine.
I put it down to the fact that this is a very small CPU and a limited amount of ram trying to do the job of a big web server. The n2100 just doesn't have the grunt.