Every freebie has its costs - in the learning curve which assumes that I understand more than I do. but with Jetpack I can usually fake it OK.
i was using this plugin for my site which is
its working great thanks for such a wonderful app.
have used this before for projects and it's wonderful.
I'm using Jetpack Mobile Theme module with Twenty Sixteen theme on my Blog. There is a little bug in CSS property. The margin is very less which is causing problem in displaying completely the footer link called - View Mobile Site.
How Can I change the margin value in this inline CSS? I want to know where this CSS code has been placed?
<div class="jetpack-mobile-link" style="text-align:center;margin:10px 0;"><a href="http://www.gulshankumar.net/?ak_action=accept_mobile">View Mobile Site</a></div>
Not sure why I hesitated for so long but Jetpack does simply so many items that should 1) either be in the core WP code or 2) are scattered throughout multiple 3rd party plugins. For my simple site, the most glaring missing feature is the ability to put the Sharing icons in a widget. Right now, they are added to the bottom of your page and posts with no placement control. Give me this ability and I'll turn my review from 4 to 5 stars.
I changed my rating to 4 Stars. My original review in quotes. I've modified my review because of the excellent support I received to solve my problems with Cloudflare.
I have since wiped the site, turned off Cloudflare and started over with a fresh install. Jetpack is now working fine. Cloudflare can work with Jetpack, but the updated support page for this must be followed carefully.
After 7 hours of following the troubleshooting advice, install the cloudflare plugins, altering .php code, etc. I threw in the towel.
no plugin is worth this much frustration.
And, no, I am not going to abandon the use of CloudFlare for the sake of one plugin.
Sorry, but make it simple to install with cloudflare enabled sites or forget it.
I love Jetpack because there's less hassle trying to install different plugins. However, there's something in it that compresses my photos unattractively. I managed to fix it by reinstalling Jetpack and I didn't activate Proton.
A bit bulky but pretty good if you selectively disable modules.
Jetpack has nearly all the features you need to run WordPress on just 1 plugin. 5 stars for feature set.
However, -1 star is due to the speed of the plugin. This is 1 of the heaviest plugin you can use on your site.
Overall, Jetpack is still 1 of the best plugins out there.
4 out of 5 stars.
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