Since summer 2011, I have streamed IP camera feeds to my blog using my public IP address. For convenience, I have consolidated the feeds in a single page:https://cyclingexperiences.com/home-ipcams/ and have individual pages for each camera. At the moment, camera #3 is offline.
<p style=”text-align: center;”><img class=” aligncenter” style=”display: block; margin: 0 auto; border: 1px solid black;” title=”Aquatic Habitat #1″ src=”http://nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn:nnnn/videostream.cgi?user=blogger&pwd=viewer” alt=”Aquatic Habitat #1″ />View all cameras</p>
The coding above has worked for near 6 years.
The consolidated page worked until about 2 weeks ago. When I open it for edit, I see the feeds. Using smartphone apps, I see the feed. In other words. There is no problem with the feed.
I have confirmed it is not my Google Chrome or Edge Browsers on my Windows 10 Desktop. I have also confirmed it is not my Custom CSS.
My research points to something that seems to have changed with my WordPress.com account. I cannot see the feed on my desktop, nor either of 2 smartphones using my WordPress.com App or the browsers on either. I can see the camera feeds when I open the IP Camera pages for edit on each device.
I have rebooted my router, my cameras, my PC, and my smartphones.
My viewers check periodically to see my turtles or check on me. 2011-2015, it was my chickens.
Okay, what has changed? What do I need to do or have done to restore this my IP Camera feed?
Thank you! I appreciate your support.
The blog I need help with is cyclingexperiences.com.