There is a diference between the site I'm working on and the site I'm sending via LiveLinks, the images are not the same size for exemple

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Hello there @alodyscommunication -

Sometimes there are issues with images and the way things display generally over Live Links with Elementor and other similar builders.

There are some suggestions in this thread I would recommend trying:

Let me know if anything in there helps, we’ll get this figured out!


Hello @sambrockway , thanks a lot for helping me ! I’ve already tried this solution, and it’s not working…
I don’t know if I need to change my url in “https” even if I’m on local, because when I use the Live Links it changes the url in “https”, and my url is in “http”. Do you think it’s something I need to do ?
Thanks again for helping me :slight_smile:

Hi @alodyscommunication -

Aha, yes mixed content (when some things are loaded over http:// and others over https://) can cause issues with media files not appearing.

I would suggest making sure all of your media has https:// in the address.

You can use Better Search and Replace as described in this article to do this (I would recommend making a backup of your site before you do anything like that, though):

Let me know if this helps,


Hey @sambrockway :),

So I made a backup as you suggest and I used Better Search and Replace, it did some changes apparently because there were some files that needed to be changed in https, but nothing changed for the site that I’m sending via LiveLinks, it’s exactly the same… :frowning:
I really don’t understand why, I’ve tried everything…

Thanks a lot for your help :slightly_smiling_face:

Hi @alodyscommunication -

This still appears to be a caching issue from what I can tell. A lot of plugins & page builders also have caching built in - is this built with Divi by chance?


Hi @sambrockway :slight_smile:
Yes, I know and I’ve tried everything but still doesn’t work…
No it’s built with Elementor and I already checked the CSS print method.
My theme is Astra but the free version and I’ve tried to check if there is something wrong but nothing… :frowning:
I am disappointed because I liked the idea of sending the link while working on it before a meeting.
Thanks again for helping me :slight_smile:

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