If you are storing your images in the storage folder then you have to run the command
php artisan storage:link in the terminal, to create a virtual link on the production server.
Thanks, I already did that from the command line. But the result is the same.
What is the error message that you are receiving in the console?
Can you share your website URL, so that I can help you in a better way?
Check your assets url, you might have https in your apache/nginx config but the assets are being served as http i runned into this problem when i had load balancer
Merci je vais vérifier ta méthode.
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