I frequently use links to digitized images at FamilySearch (below, "digital links"). Sometimes these are to entries in unindexed collections, while other times, it's just easier to refer someone to a "range" of entries rather than a whole series of different indexed accounts.
I'm used to the digital links opening as an image in the FamilySearch page. Separate from the image shown, the FamilySearch page generally identifies the collection, any hierarchy and an image/sequence number. See the graphic below (to URL https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-22577-1229-84?cc=2061550&wc=MMBX-XCF:n2079469534).
Initially, I capture the digital link URL by browsing to the image. Then I include those digital links in blog posts, etc. This morning I noticed that digital links in articles written a month or so ago were returning the image, but not the page functionality. As below:
I tested the URLs and found them to be identical.
What am I doing wrong?
Here's the link to the blog article and graphic showing one of the digital links that is producing the "void." http://theycamebefore.blogspot.com/2012/12/family-treasures-in-beverly.html
We did the testing from the blog. The linked page produces the correct URL, but contains the page voids.