43 thoughts on “SOLVED!! WordPress Problem – Broken Image Link Issue 2016”

  1. Anatole Navarro

    You beautiful human being, you saved me at least 12 hours. Thank you so much. Really appreciate this one. It was the media settings …

  2. You nailed it Mark – I thank the lord I searched on Youtube for this as I was pulling my hair out any you fixed it in under 5 minutes. Well done and thank you.

  3. Mannnnn if I could hug you I would. I use Woocommerce with Stripe, so I needed an SSL first. I use GoDaddy hosting and my new url was nested under an old one, so I didnt want the SSL on the old url, so I made the new url primary. After that I also. I changed themes, but forgot I changed url structure, which changed my file structure also. Thinking the issue was the theme, I was about to about to scrap the whole site and start from beginning. You saved me hours!

  4. YAS!! It was the uploads folder! BIG THANKS Mark! (changed from subfolder instal /DonnaMee to /donnamee)

  5. My Settings – Media file doesn’t have the folder – only image sizes and organize files in to month….

  6. Thank you very much, lots of information on the web but nothing as clear and concrete as your solution ! Great job !

  7. Samir Al-Busaidy

    THANKS! I watched 7 or 8 videos, your’s is the one that helped! Now I can upload AND see what I uploaded. Before that I had broke images!

  8. From China with LOVE :*!

    GOD BLESS U EVEN THE WEB MASTER WAS SOOO UNAWARE !!! REALLY U MADE MY DAY CHAMPION AS THE COMMENTS SAY …#FromChinawithLOVE

  9. I don’t know if anyone can help, but when I go to Settings > Media, under Upload FIles, there’s no ‘Store uploads in this folder’ dialogue. Can anyone (Mark) assist with this?

  10. Md. Nazmul Huda

    Many many thanks for this tutorial. I had same problem and same theme also. You save lot of my time bro.

  11. Olivia Johnson

    Thank you thank you thank you!!! I have also spent hours looking for the solution to this problem and this did it for me! 🙂

  12. What if I am able to upload my images to WP and they are not broken. The issue is when I insert them into a blog post and update the post, the images show as broken.

  13. Philip L. McAlary

    Thank you so much. I had this problem for months, until I tried your Permalinks tip. This solved the missing images!

  14. Tomislav Borić

    Why even bother with custom path and not to leave default one which is dynamic and doesn’t has to be changed after migration?

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