If your site ever looks like this in Safari, don't panic!

It's typically just an issue with WebP images or outdated cache files being served.

Quick Fix - Turn OFF the WebP image toggle, then clear caches.

Full solution - if you want to continue using WebP, please clear all cache plugins (even server side caching) to make sure the latest WP Compress JavaScript can be served. Once done, please make sure you're on the latest version of WP Compress and purge the Live CDN.

Then you're images should be back



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