I appreciate you reply and the opportunity to clarify the issue.
I am using a custom widget from Patreon on my WordPress Blog which I obtained from the Patreon site. I did not download it. I copy and pasted it. [See Image Attached.]
The widget code is:
Become a Patron!
My WordPress Blog is here: https://carljungdepthpsychologysite.blog/
A few weeks ago I was receiving a “Critical Error” on my blog and contacted WordPress Support.
In the course of WordPress Support investigating this error, they sent me a message indicating that there may be an issue with Patreon’s Custom html widget and asked me to send the following message to Patreon Support (since it is a Patreon product.)
This is the message WordPress Support requested I send to Patreon Support:
“I am having a problem with my WordPress Blog. WordPress Support thinks there is an issue with the Patreon Widget and have requested I send you the following inquiry:
I’m using your Patreon widget on my website; however, I noticed there is a missing 3.bundle.js on the widget which caused Error 404 to keep popping up on my log and interfering with my website performance. Can you relay this information to your widget developer so they can check the widget?”
WordPress Support has also told me:
“The code and file we were referencing is the one from your custom HTML widget that is looking for a file at this location: https://c6.patreon.com/becomePatronButton.bundle.js
“If you notice, the URL ends in bundle.js. That is the file that is causing the error. You would need to contact whoever gave you the following code for the widget:
Become a Patron!”
So, I sent the message to Patreon Support and stunningly I got the following reply:
“Due to resource constraints, my team is longer able provide Patreon developer support for our WordPress plugin and API, however we offer another avenue you can use to get support with your WordPress integration.”
Patreon told me the following:
“We’ve migrated our developer forum over to our main Patreon Community Forum — this is our official community forum with a lot more participation from both creators and the Patreon team.”
To date I have been unable to obtain a more substantive reply from Patreon.
Does the plugin you provide perform the same function as the Patreon plugin? Is it superior?