Help with skipping 'Log-in' requirement

The web script I’m trying to modify requires visitor to log-in to see the displayed image. I’d like just to allow anyone who visits this dynamic page to see the displayed video thumbnail, but can’t figure it out. Here is partial code:

<div class="top-video video-player-page">
   <div class="row">
      <div id="background" class="hidden"></div>
      <div class="col-md-8 player-video" style="margin-top: 0 !important">
         <?php if (($pt->config->require_login == 'off' && IS_LOGGED) || $pt->config->require_login == 'off') { ?>


   <?php }else{ ?>
      <div class="video-processing">
         <img src="{{THUMBNAIL}}" alt="" style="width: 100%;">
               <a href='{{PLEASE_LOGIN_LINK}}'><?php echo $lang_array['please_login']; ?></a>

When I right-click that img src line to ‘inspect’ in Elements I see the full image link and see the image when I hover it. So, the image is there, it’s just not displaying on the page.

Any suggesstions on how to display the thumbnail is appreciated.

If the markup is present, then something is hiding the image. In the browser’s developer tools, there’s a ‘styles’ tab. What is shown there for the <img …> line?

Thanks for your reply.

I believe it is:

.player-video .video-processing img {
    width: 100%;
    min-height: 100%;

or this

.player-video .video-processing {
    width: 100%;
    text-align: center;
    position: relative;
    overflow: hidden;
    max-height: 555px;

Without seeing how the image is displayed, we cant really tell you what is wrong. Can you share the full code? A URL would also be helpful as well.

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