Which Themes And Plugins Are Incompatible With OptimizePress?

OptimizePress is a handy solution for creating high converting landing pages, sales pages and membership portals. But while this system is designed to integrate seamlessly with different tools and platforms (such as AWeber, Infusionsoft, OfficeAutopilot, MailChimp, iContact and more), there are also a number of themes and plugins that have been found to be incompatible with OptimizePress.

 

The OptimizePress support team is continually on the lookout for applications that may have conflicts with the software so that compatibility may be improved in the future.

 

For your reference, provided below is the list of themes and plugins with known conflicts with OptimizePress.

 

Incompatible Plugins:

optimizepress-hybridconnect

1. Hybrid Connect – This has been known to cause issues with LiveEditor inside OptimizePress, although it should now work if you use the latest OP2 and hybrid Connect).

optimizepress-affiliateresources

2. Affiliate Resources Page (Jack Born) – Stops the Pagebuilder process.

optimizepress-wpminify

3. WP Minify – Breaks page layouts; it does not correctly minify CSS and JS, resulting in messed up pages.

optimizepress-pageexpirationrobotpro

4. Page Expiration Robot Pro – This will fail to render on some pages or cause page content to disappear in LiveEditor.

optimizepress-lightboxdigghttpsseopressor

5. Digg Digg by Buffer, WordPress HTTPS (SSL), Lightbox Plus ColorBox, and SEOPressor – These all break the LiveEditor.

optimizepress-linktrackr

6. LinkTrackr – This breaks pages in some browsers.

optimizepress-excludepages

7. Exclude Pages from Navigation – This causes issues with duplicate pages, or ghost pages appearing.

optimizepress-prettylinks

8. Pretty Links Lite/Pro – This breaks some OptimizePress functions like the exit redirect function.

optimizepress-404redirection

9. 404 Redirection – This can break your opt-in boxes or cause strange redirection after opt-ins.

optimizepress-revolutionslider

10. Revolution Slider – This conflicts with OP2.

optimizepress-ckeditor

11. CKEditor for WordPress – This stops WYSIWYG functions, and stops the text block editor from working.

optimizepress-WPMUdomainmapping

12. WordPress MU Domain Mapping plugin – This causes elements and images to disappear.

optimizepress-fancybox

13. FancyBox for WordPress – This can cause issues with OptimizePress pages because there is Fancybox code inside OP2).

optimizepress-tinyMCE

14. Ultimate TinyMCE plugin – This causes issues in the LiveEditor when updating elements.

optimizepress-Cform

15. Cforms II – LiveEditor will not work properly with this plugin; the loading icon swirls nonstop when you click to edit or add an element.

optimizepress-evergreenposttweeter

16. Evergreen Post Tweeter – This breaks the autoresponder integration.

optimizepress-w3totalcache

17. W3 Total Cache (W3TC) – Although OptimizePress works with this, it is not advisable to use the minify function — this will break the styling on pages. Also, when using OptimizeMember, the object caching mode will cause issues.

 

Incompatible Themes:

optimizepress-enfoldtheme

1. Enfold Theme – This can break responsive resizing. Some templates can also be cut off; these can be fixed with custom CSS: @media only screen and (min-width: 960px) {body.op-plugin .container { width: 100%; }}

optimizepress-elegantthemes

2. ElegantThemes – These cause interference with certain LiveEditor parts.

optimizepress-place

3. Place – Responsive Blogging WordPress Theme (ThemeForest)

optimizepress-headwayunitedwpbootstrap

4. Headway Themes, United Theme’s Nevada Theme, and Bootstrap Press – This are known to cause issues.

optimizepress-thesistheme

5. Thesis Theme – This overrides LiveEditor pages so pages do not appear.

optimizepress-Udesign

6. Udesign Theme – This causes issues with fonts.

 

Incompatible Hosting Services:

optimizepress-SEOhosting

1. SEOHosting – Strange errors when editing sites have been reported by some customers when using this hosting.

optimizepress-GODaddy

2. GoDaddy – OptimizePress runs on this hosting service, but the hosting environment is relatively restrictive and sites tend to run slower.

 

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