Imageshack Frog pictures appear in our Website?

How to resolve replaced images hosted by imageshack? It shows words: "unregistered domain, go to imageschack to register"! Is it really work shortly after we done the registration process?

6 Answers

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago
    Favourite answer

    you have to register your domain on or login with imageshack a/c all images will be visible to you. I m facing the same problem on my site I hv registered my domain also but still waiting for review.

  • Anonymous
    10 years ago

    Hello this is because imageshack limits how much you can use when you upload an image. For example if you're using your images from imageshack and they are viewed 1000 times imageshack will remove the image.

    To resolve this issue either host on your server or use a free image image host. I use because they don't have any ads and they will never remove your image for bandwidth usage. Just make sure you check Private and Safe For work on upload.

    Short Version: Use they won't remove your image ever. Unlimited bandwidth and check safe for work and private when you upload.

    Source(s): I use imagelol all the time. I also have multiple websites.
  • 5 years ago

    I had the same problem. But then I remembered that I had an account on Imageshack. So I logged in, and uploaded the image again while logged in. The image has not dis-appeared since then. You can register a free account on Imageshack. And THEN upload the image. It should work fine. I hope I helped.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

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    Darn most of my images have been replaced by a frog. It seems like Imageshack is forcing users to register. See the source

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