Well, since I’m awesome, I’ll fill you in on the secret on how to get rid of them.
Take a GIF and copy and paste it. If you go into HTML view, look at the URL for the GIF. In order for it to not have a gray box, you need to add an S after http and 31. before media. So to get this:
your html url should look like this:
Note: You also need to do this with GIFs that are uploaded, not just copy and pasted.
If this is because all of our connections will be sent over ssl (the https bit) I’ll take it.
It’d be nice if there were some sort of batch search and replace to fix all of the “broken” links though.
Some days you just don’t clear all the jelly.
one day i will have to explain ikea monkey to my children