Customer website not showing pictures that we added manually

There is a customer of ours that updates pictures on their website.

today when they use mozilla firefox browser none of the pictures show up on all 5 CLients PC's.

When they use internet explorer it only shows some of the pictures that they put in.

DO you think this would be the Cached Data that is on their website?
BBraytonAsked:
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Julian HansenCommented:
Given the description of the problem it could be several different things.

Are the images on the server - if you enter a hard link to the images do they show.
Are they visible through an FTP / Console / Panel view?
In other words are the pictures on the server? Is this a problem of
a) They are there but not showing
b) They are not there (upload failed) but sometimes showing (cache)

First step - answer the question if the images actually made it to the server.
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
No the Pictures are in the Cloud.
All the pictures seem to come up in Internet explorer and Chrome. But not firefox.
I cleared the cache in firefox and disabled hardware acceleration.
But still not comming up
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
Found out it was the size of the pictures they were uploading.
They uploaded smaller picture sizes and it worked
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Julian HansenCommented:
Weird - glad you sorted it out.
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
it had to do with the new version of Firefox version 40.
BBraytonAuthor Commented:
the pictures were 2 mb and up per pic. and there were 30 pics.  
The page size limit for firefox is about 60 mb

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BBraytonAuthor Commented:
Found out that the size of the Web page with all the Pictures were too big for Mozilla firefox.
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