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    The widget is not working on a specific page:

    This page is powered by a plugin which allows users to customise a product. I wondered if there was any code or shortcode we could use in order to get it working on the page?

    Hi Chris,

    Sure I can help.
    I tried visiting your website, but it was not loading.

    This site can’t be reached took too long to respond.

    Can you please let me know when site is up and running?

    Also, when you say “not working on specific page” do you mean, it is hidden on that page but seen everywhere else? Have you configured any rules in UFW -> Location rules tab to hide it on that page?


    Hi Chris,

    The plugin you are using seems to be blocking everything like scripts, styles, hooks etc. These are essential for other plugins to inject custom HTML.

    The only way to get the plugin showing is by including the below HTML and calling the PHP function somehow. You must get help from the plugin dev incase how to get it included.

    Paste below HTML in the header or footer of the page

    <link rel='stylesheet' id='ufw-style-css'  href='https://<YOUR_WEBSITE_URL>/wp-content/plugins/ultimate-floating-widgets-pro/public/css/style.css?ver=5.8.5' media='all' />
    <link rel='stylesheet' id='ufw-anim-css'  href='https://<YOUR_WEBSITE_URL>/wp-content/plugins/ultimate-floating-widgets-pro/public/css/animate.min.css?ver=5.8.5' media='all' />
    <link rel='stylesheet' id='fontawesome-css-css'  href='' media='all' />

    Call below function in the bottom of the page



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