Support » Plugin: PDF Poster - PDF Embedder Plugin for WordPress » Sudden Error on loading?

  • Resolved LesTexas60

    (@lestexas60)


    I added a PDF earlier today and it was working great. Tonight when I go to the page is shows the PDF with a red bar that says “An error occurred while loading the PDF”
    More Info: PDF.js v1.4.20 (build: b15f335)
    Message: file origin does not match viewer’s

    Any ideas

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  • Plugin Author bPlugins_abuhayat

    (@abuhayat)

    Internet Download manager (IDM) Apps Causing this type issue. Please test with a pc where Internet Download manager (IDM) is not installed.

    I dont have internet download manager, but still with the error 403 not allowed

    Plugin Author bPlugins_abuhayat

    (@abuhayat)

    @javierpernettr
    please check ssl issue.
    can you please sent me a link of the page ?

    Well, i think you should also add the note that the plugin “all in one wordpress security” have some issues with your plugin, it seems to block the functionability to show the pdfs, it was that plugin that blocked all the pdfs in the website, you also should check if some other security plugins have imcompatibility problems with your plugin.

    Plugin Author bPlugins_abuhayat

    (@abuhayat)

    I am sorry to hear that, Have you found any solution ? Please let me know so that i can write in the plugin description area.
    Thanks

    It seems that was something about htaccess options and the firewall that create the AIOWPS, THAT WAS causing the error 403 with your plugin

    Hey Guys!

    Sorry, it’s not the AIO-Plugin. If you already have the 403-Error, change the following line in the pdf-poster-php:

    from

    $viewer_base_url= plugins_url().”/pdf-poster/pdfjs/web/viewer.php”; $final_url = $viewer_base_url.”?file=”.$file_name.”&download=”.$pdf_download.”&print=”.$print.”&openfile=”.$openfile;

    to

    $viewer_base_url= plugins_url().”/pdf-poster/pdfjs/web/viewer.php”; $final_url = $viewer_base_url.”?file=”.urlencode($file_name).”&download=”.$pdf_download.”&print=”.$print.”&openfile=”.$openfile;

    I also had the error on previous versions and this line fixed it.

    This bug in the plugin-code was already fixed here by @joneiseman: Error in Plugin Code

    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by scottydt.
    • This reply was modified 3 months, 2 weeks ago by scottydt.
    Plugin Author bPlugins_abuhayat

    (@abuhayat)

    I have updated the plugin code.
    Thanks for the suggestion.

    The same problem, the bug remains after updating. I tried disabled all other plugins but no solution πŸ™ I wanted buy PRO version but if it do not work… πŸ™

    Plugin Author bPlugins_abuhayat

    (@abuhayat)

    Hello,
    Is internet download manager (IDM) application running in your pc ? Please upgrade to pro, and test. If not work, contact plugin support with your licence key.

    This is just to be removed from the notification

    Plugin Author bPlugins_abuhayat

    (@abuhayat)

    @lestexas60 sorry, I am not clear.

    No IDM. If it is not working on my computer, how can I be sure it will show PDFs to my clients?

    Plugin Author bPlugins_abuhayat

    (@abuhayat)

    @cupalovaveronika
    Hello
    Please follow this link And submit more details, so that we can fix quickly.
    Thanks

    It seems that is the same error for my case, and i have a deadline, this is driving me crazy, when are you going to solve this please?

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