Your WordPress, Streamlined.
Causes problems with my theme, creates dup widgets in footer
I've never used a plugin that required "authorization" before and it seems like an unnecessary step....the problem is the the required authorization doesn't recognize my password.......so it is basically useless at this point.....the "authorize" button just takes me back to my blog login which was where the link to authorize originated so please remove this obstacle to using your plugin ASAP !!!!!
Upgraded to this version on WP 4.2.2, and got error messages in my widgeted content areas when a page is first loaded. (Refresh, and they vanish.) Reverted to an older JetPack version, and the errors vanished. I'm guessing it's a conflict with at least one other plugin or my theme, but those are all current and operating just fine. Not happy.
SUCKS THAT YOU CAN """ONLY"" USE ""ONE"" TIME ON A PAGE!!!
TRIED TO USE TWO DIFFERENT FORMS ON CONTACT PAGE,,, ONE WORK THE OTHER DISAPPEARED,, RE-DID THE ONE THAT SUCKED AWAY,, AND THE NEW ONE WORKS,, BUT OTHER DISAPPEARED,,, RE-DID OVER AND OVER,, OVER AND OVER,, OVER AND OVER,, OVER AND OVER,, OVER AND OVER,, OVER AND OVER,,, NEVER COUNT GET """TWO"" FORMS TO STAY,,,,, ONE ALWAYS DISAPPEARED...
SO THIS CONTACT FORM IS REALLY WORTHLESS,,
When I using this plugin, Visual Editor not working. There is a only white space.
Jetpack's Publicize feature does not share content to socials as it should and bug reports of this are in existence for the past 2 TWO YEARS! Staff have "failed to recreate the issues" and leave them at that, despite there being consistent reports of it not working.
Do not download this plugin, it is a complete waste of time, search elsewhere!
I found that having Wordfence active with Jetpack didn't work so well. Once I disabled Jetpack, I found a major increase in speed and caching
I noticed that suddenly my blog had some glacial load times. Then I uninstalled "jetpack" Now it's fast again.
I had to roll JetPack back to 3.4.3, and am considering rolling it back to 3.3.x, depending on CPU performance over the next few days. This version uses too many CPU cycles, putting blogs at risk of being taken off-line by their hosts.
(I might add that the blog host is one recommended by WordPress)
Did you have Jetpack installed when you updated to WP 4.2?
Did you experience the ugly message:
Something has gotten mixed up! caused by Jetpack? Are you still struggling to get all your sites fixed up so that your admin page doesn't look like it's been hacked? Are you waiting for WP 4.2.1 in the hopes someone can fix this mess?
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