• Not PHP 8 compatible
    • Coding issues that stem from YEARS ago that still aren’t fixed (for example, adding a / in a path when the variable before it also gives a trailing /, resulting in a // in your URL which breaks any sort of CDN delivery)
    • Multiple instances of calling includes (like the google maps v3 utility infobox, bootstrap modal js, etc) that are BEYOND outdated, and some don’t even exist at the called location anymore
    • Won’t actually give you any support (even for legit coding issues like above) without paying for support
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  • Hi @chrisfontes,

    Thank you for your review. I’m sorry to hear you had a frustrating experience, but I really appreciate you bringing this issue to my attention.

    Please cooperate with us, please share the issues you are facing so we can help you further.

    Thank you

    Thread Starter Chris Fontes


    I feel like I pretty well covered the issues above. To recreate, simply do ANY of the following:

    • run this plugin with PHP 8+ and watch it crash
    • once you have it working in anyway, watch your chrome ; developer tools network requests and see how many calls either fail (like the v3 Google Utility, bootstrap modal, infobox, etc) OR use a double forward slash in the URL (like when calling certain plugin assets)

    Hi @chrisfontes,

    We have replied to the support thread. Please follow up there.

    Thank you

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