I have a Magento 2.3 installation with 2 frontends - 1 "default" and one "eur". Everything works fine, the prices and so on.
If I go to my admin and to a product, I can se the image on both stores. But only on the "default" frontend the image is shown. It's the same image.
I have tried everything from cache, flush, clean, index and image resize.
Default website: https://shop.diana-lys.aze.dk/default/rustiklys-30cm-hvid.html
EUR website: https://shop.diana-lys.aze.dk/eur/catalog/product/view/id/2122/s/rustiklys-30cm-hvid/
I would like to suggest you to check for these two things:
1) You need Images and Products need to be allocated to each store. For this you need to check Products: Click edit and select "Website". Make sure to add images to products of websites checked.
2) Also if you are using a separate domain for second store, you'll need to change the media URL to point for store's media folder.
I hope any of these solution will work for you.
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Thanks for the answer
The images ARE shown in both store views
But on the frontpage they are not shown on the eur page - why has that something to do with the media url then?
If you look at my stores, the default is the base URL, and the eur is base URL with /eur.
I have found this article - but the SQL script is giving some errors:
unknown column 'cp v_0.rowid' in table in clause
If someone else has this error, go to the Magento knowledge base and look at this article.
The SQL is slightly incorrect, where they write "row_id" you need to replace it with "entity_id".
I had the same issue today, and couldn't work out why. Running the solution SQL script (replacing row_id with entity_id) fixed the problem.
The issue is caused by, perhaps editing the text for a specific store, and not selecting which images to use. Unlike other fields, there is not a checkbox for "Use default", so when you save the product in that store, you inadvertently overwrite the image configurations for that image, at least in the catalog view