Support » Plugin: Page Expiration Robot - Countdown Timer » Plugin seems to conflict with alignment

  • Resolved cassel


    I was in the process of installing this plugin on a page and i noticed that it affects the alignment of my footer. When the shortcode is used, the footer is squished on the left, but if i remove the shortcode, the footer takes its normal width.
    You can see that here (until i either remove the footer OR the shortcode):

    If that was the only issue, i could live with a workaround and just remove the footer on that page anyways.

    The problem i realized today was that the wrapping of text around images in the WP pages, will NOT wrap if the plugin is active, even if i am not using it on that page. When i desactivate the plugin, the text wraps nicely around images, as expected.
    Here is the page where i currently have no wrapping displayed, while it shows the wrapping in the dashboard.

    I REALLY want to use your plugin as it is the only one that seems to do what i want but this conflict is really an issue. Maybe it has to do with last WP update? Maybe the plugin can be tweaked to address that?


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  • If anyone checks the links above, i had to remove this plugin to continue with a functional site, so those links won’t illustrate the issue anymore.

    WARNING !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    it break my site too and they never answer any support. DONT BUY THIS POOR SUPPORT PLUGIN.

    WORST EXPERIENCE SUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Plugin Author John Socratous


    Cassel, tomorrow we’re releasing 3.0.6 and there would NOT be anymore breaking… please contact us here and we’ll get you up and running in record time.

    @jansu – I suggest you please invest your time growing your business instead of putting hate messages all over WordPress. Our team is working really hard to adress every issue that arise. We provide only support from our site.

    This plug-in bolds all the text in the admin view for editing posts/pages when activated, its also makes me loose some editing functionality. I’m unable to edit my urls directly from the post/page edit screen. Also some of the drop down window menus in the edit pages of post/page lost functionality too. This really looked hopeful but still appears to be some type of css conflict happening. I’m also running the optimizepress plug-in if that helps you figure out what’s going on.

    Plugin Author John Socratous


    David, please do me a huge favor and submit a ticket on the URL below and we’ll check it out and fix it in record time, I promise.

    There are hundreds (if not thousands) combinations and conflicts between themes and plugins so we really need to spot the issue on your WP admin and fix it on your site first, then release it. Thanks!

    No problem, I do that now.

    Plugin Author John Socratous


    Thanks a lot! 🙂


    This seems fixed now. Thank you.

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