Support » Plugin: Publitio » Page Expired Due To Inactivity

  • Resolved jgundersen

    (@jgundersen)


    I’m trying to use the plugin to add a video to my site, but whenever I use the Publitio block and login to my Publitio account, it says: “The page has expired due to inactivity. Please refresh and try again.”

    I’m freshly logged in to the site when this happens, and I double-checked my login credentials and the API keys, so it’s not a login issue or an API set up issue. I have tried this in 3 different browsers now with the same result. Any idea why this would be happening?

    Thanks!

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  • Plugin Author publitio

    (@publitio)

    is this still happening ?

    have you updated to the latest plugin version ?

    thanks

    Hi, I have the same problem and I am using the latest version of the plugin

    Same problem here.
    Asked on the Publitio Community Help and FAQ but no response yet.

    Plugin Author publitio

    (@publitio)

    this issue looks to be resolved – as reported by our users

    if you encounter any other problems please let us know

    we’re marking this as resolved.

    Hello, I have installed the latest plugin and verified my API keys are correct as well, still having the “page has expired” error when trying to login for embedding

    Plugin Author publitio

    (@publitio)

    problem seams to be caused by Safari browser not allowing session/cookies to be set via iframe (which our plugin use).

    Looks like we have found a workaround, plugin will ask you to go to publit.io and to login there directly if on Safari browser. After that just refresh/reopen publitio media library within wordpress.

    Let us know if encounter same error again

    I’m getting this error (Google Chrome OSX). I have the latest version and I verified the API info.

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