Support » Plugin: AdRotate » How to remove the dashboard warning?!

  • Hey, Why the hell did you not included an option to remove these stupid dashboard warnings? For days now I have to look at this notice on top of my wp-admin area.

    “AdRotate has detected one issue that requires your attention:
    ยป You are using W3 Total Cache but W3 Total Cache support is not enabled. This may affect rotation of adverts, statistics and other dynamic elements in the plugin. Enable W3 Total Cache Support.”

    When I do that just to remove this f****** notice it ask me to add a line to config file. Why don’t you just give us an option to hide or remove these notices so we don’t have to stare at them all the time?!!

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  • I find this plugin very useful so I’m sorry to be rude. It’s just dashboard notices without close button (don’t show again) really annoys me. I’m sure most users of this plugin share same feeling.

    I could hide it from css but that method doesn’t hide this particular bar fully.

    Plugin Author Arnan de Gans

    (@adegans)

    What’s the point of telling you about errors in your setup if you’re just going to ignore it anyway…
    Fixing the mentioned issues will get rid of the mentions/notifications.

    Why don’t you just include a simple close button? is that too much to ask?

    Can you include this close button in next version please?

    What makes me upset is the fact that now when placing adverts, they are all expired and in 1970. I don’t know why this is happening, but I do know there is an issue because I just updated the plugin and now cannot even use it.

    The plugin does NOT work for me and just makes ALL NEW adverts expired and you cannot fix this, at least I cannot. Reset, maintenance, change dates, whatever, does NOT work.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 2 months ago by 360webfirm.
    viliusl

    (@viliusl)

    These warnings are very annoying, for example requirement to create banner folder. Even if you do so (can be hard on some environments), you can not use it, because its PRO feature.

    Correct way is to to show warning only in your plugin pages or show global warning with ability to hide it (aka understood, dont show it again.)

    p.s. these are not errors, but warnings, now image every plugin shows 2-3 warnings…

    Awful! I cant’s stand this spamming any longer. Hugely obtrusive errors and warnings make the admin pages hard to follow and senselessly cluttered.
    Definitely time to look for an alternative to this plugin.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by dpacks.
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