I have uploaded products to my M2 site using Excel however I am having issues with images.
The images show in the back end but not on the front end. If you hover over the image or click on it (in the front end) the image shows. For the image role, I have selected all of them (Base, Small, Thumbnail, Swatch).
Sample product with this issue: https://id-workz.co.uk/powerflex-bush-kit-handling-pack-for-audi-tt-8n-2wd-99-06/
Any help would be great!
It is a common issue in Magento. After uploading images from back end, the images are shown in back end, but are not displayed on the front end. To solve follow the below steps. Any one of them might solve the issue for you, or even you might need to apply all.
Try your luck here
1. In back end go to System -> Cache Management. Click all check boxes. Choose ‘Refresh’ option from ‘All Cache’ drop down. Click ‘Save Cache Settings’. Once the page reloads select ‘Disable’ from drop down and again press ‘Save Cache Settings’.
2. On the same page you will find a button ‘Clear’ beside ‘Images Cache’. Click it.
3. Go to Catalog -> Manage Products. Click the specific product. Go to ‘Images’ tab. Beside the image there will be 3 radio buttons (Base Image, Small Image, Thumbnail). See if the required radio is selected or not. Also check if Exclude is checked or not. If checked uncheck it and save product.
4. Upload another image. Assign all radio to that image. Save the product. Then reassign the required radio options to the actual image and save again. And yes also clear your browser cache. I hope by now the image is showing in front end.
The problem might be because of folder permission. You can try giving 777 permission to media folder and all its sub directories and see if it does any help.
Goto to your cache folder and rename it to _cache, then go and refresh all cache management and refresh all caches.
I encountered this issue when I transferred magento files from dev environment to production site. The production environment is hosted on Godaddy. After trying couple of things like making the media folder to 0777 permissions, clearing cache etc. I still got this annoying error.
I’ve been spending a couple of hours trying to solve the issue until I found out that the simple solution is to delete the .htaccess file under the media folder.
if you are using a Linux server just do the following command
mv .htaccess .htaccess—
I hope after applying all the solution you an able to see the images on frontent if still faing same issue the it needs to run resize command
Php bin/magento catalog:images:resize
php bin/magento catalog:images:resize
this commend will works thanks