Last night I released a new episode. I did not change anything about my workflow. Unfortunately, the cover art does not get displayed. There is just a placeholder stating
The code behind it looks like this:
<img class="coverimg" src="http://GameTalk.FM/wp-content/cache/podlove/bf/49998296540a06b39d35a1a506372f/rueck%c2%adblick-2015-gt019_500x500.png" data-img="http://GameTalk.FM/wp-content/cache/podlove/bf/49998296540a06b39d35a1a506372f/rueck%c2%adblick-2015-gt019_500x500.png" alt="Poster Image">
After attempting a repair via
Podlove -> Support -> Attempt Repair everything seemed to be fine again. The cover will be displayed. The code behind it will look like this:
<img class="coverimg" src="http://GameTalk.FM/wp-content/uploads/Logo-GameTalk-FM-1400x1400.png" data-img="http://GameTalk.FM/wp-content/uploads/Logo-GameTalk-FM-1400x1400.png" alt="Poster Image">
But: After a few minutes, this automatically changes back to the non-displaying state. It seems that as soon as the caching kicks in, the cover art can’t be dispalyed anymore.
It’s only this single episode that won’t display a cover art. It can be seen live here. It works just fine for all the others.
How can this be fixed?
Thanks in advance for your help!
Additionally, if this is of help:
PHP Version 5.5.30
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Web Player Version no web player found
Twig Version 1.23.1
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disable_functions exec, shell_exec, system, dl, passthru, proc_open, proc_close
permalinks ok (/%postname%/)
Nice, Everything looks fine!