Support » Plugin: AdSense Invalid Click Protector (AICP) » Conflict with themes

  • sandzee33987

    (@sandzee33987)


    Hi! I have just installed this plugin and I can see that my social media sharing icons are disabled now i.e. the icons under the posts through which we can share the posts on social media. It’s written javascript(0) when i click on the icons. I deactivated this plugin and the icons worked fine so this plugin is causing them not to work. What to do?
    I dnt have ads activated nowadays. Somebody spam clicked them a few days back so they have been suspended for a month. I have activated this plugin in the meantime as someone told me about it. What do you suggest?

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  • Plugin Author Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Hi,
    This is super wired as I’ve never heard any issues like this. This plugin doesn’t interact with any theme or any other plugin so there is basically no way to conflict.

    sandzee33987

    (@sandzee33987)

    Might be a new thing but it is happening with my blog. I tested by deactivating as well.

    sandzee33987

    (@sandzee33987)

    Also when it is activated, all the blog titles on the blog posts’ thumbnails move upward from usual position. and when I deactivate it, they move to the usual middle position. I have noticed it is affecting the clickable elements; BUTTONS etc

    Plugin Author Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Do you see any error in the browser console when this is happening?

    sandzee33987

    (@sandzee33987)

    I am sorry I dn’t know how to understand browser console details.

    Plugin Author Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Do inspect element and you will see the console section.

    I am a non techie so I dn know the technicalities but I had activated a plugin called social pug for the social sharing icons as I thought that AICP might have some incompatibility with my themes. But, with that plugin too, pinterest sharing button was not working.

    Plugin Author Saumya Majumder

    (@isaumya)

    Then it is not AICP that is causing the problem.

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