At top right you’ll see “my page” and that has links to the profile, and “my posts” where you can create posts. That goes fine… but if you edit a post, the images all come up as missing and have to be replaced. Otherwise it seems to be working well.
Hey, I’m one of the Zemanta plugin authors. I don’t know how our plugin could break images when editing a post. I’ve checked the site and as far as I can see, Lisa uses WordPress Related Posts plugin that has nothing to do with images. Could be some other plugin?
A plugin is manipulating the html code for images in the post, and my best guess is Zemanta – but I cant be sure.
It will most likely work fine from the back-end (within the admin area), but doesnt work in front end. Maybe this is due to clientside java script or jQuery that expect the interface works as in the backend.
My suggestion would be to disable the plugin to see if is causing the issues.
@lisa, I just registered at your site, created a test post, then edited it. I can replicate the issue you’re experiencing.
My guess is that TinyMCE or some plugin for it (e.g. wpEditImage, wp_gallery) breaks the HTML for image.
I suggest you check TinyMCE configuration and/or PHP settings (magic quotes, stripping slashes). This StackOverflow thread might be useful.
Below is an example of what happens to HTML for inserted image – notice that http is stripped from image src attribute and there are duplicated double quotes used for image attributes (class, width and height).