Support » Plugin: Publitio » Page Expired Due To Inactivity

  • Resolved 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?


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  • Plugin Author publitio


    is this still happening ?

    have you updated to the latest plugin version ?


    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


    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


    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 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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