The "Pin It" button is not showing up properly (or it shows up, but clicking isn't working). What can I do?
Here are some things to try. After each one re-test a few posts or pages on your site to see if it's fixed.
Make sure you've updated to the most current version of the plugin.
Clear your browser cache, log out/log in, test in a different browser.
If using any WordPress caching plugin, please empty/clear it (examples: W3 Total Cache, WP-Cache and WP SuperCache).
Disable other Pinterest-related plugins being used.
Test for theme or plugin conflicts (see below).
Testing for Theme Conflicts
Activate a "stock" WordPress theme such as Twenty-Eleven, Twenty-Twelve or Twenty-Thirteen.
Check to see if the issue still occurs.
If the issue does not occur after having activated the default "Twenty" theme, your theme is causing a conflict with the "Pin It" Button plugin.
If the issue continues to occur, you should then test for widget and plugin conflicts.
Testing for Widget Conflicts
If you have scripts, ads or other social sharing features embedded in Text/HTML Widgets, you should move them to "Inactive" to make sure their output isn't causing conflicts.
Testing for Plugin Conflicts
Deactivate ALL plugins.
Activate the "Pin It" Button plugin.
Check to see if the issue occurs.
If the issue does not occur, one (or more) of your plugins is causing a conflict with the "Pin It" Button Plugin. To determine which plugin(s) is causing the conflict, follow these steps:
Activate each plugin one by one.
Check to see if the issue occurs after each plugin is activated.
Known plugin conflicts
W3 Total Cache: Make sure JS Minify is disabled.
Google Analytics for WordPress: Try unchecking one or both of these options: 1) Track outbound clicks & downloads, 2) Check Advanced Settings, then make sure "Track outbound clicks as pageviews" is un-checked.
Known theme conflicts