[EventCalendar] siteurl vs home

Rusty Smith rusty.smith at auburn.edu
Wed Nov 30 01:11:54 UTC 2005

your pointers were timely for me as I just migrated over to a setup like you
described. When I did your 3rd step as you said:

> and to replace the $myfile's assignment in function
ec3_action_wp_head() with 


the calendar broke.

I found a third siteurl setting under " function ec3_Options" (around line
64) and changed it from:




Now it seems to work like a charm. Anybody see any harm in this? Sibo, I am
not sure what your 3rd step was supposed to do?

Rusty Smith

-----Original Message-----
From: eventcalendar-bounces at firetree.net
[mailto:eventcalendar-bounces at firetree.net] On Behalf Of Sibo Lin
Sent: Sunday, November 27, 2005 6:06 PM
To: eventcalendar at firetree.net
Subject: { SPAM 2 }::[EventCalendar] siteurl vs home

Hi, I love this Event Calendar plug-in! One problem I
ran across though was that the
"get_options('siteurl')" was used all the time instead
of get_options('home'). The distinction only matters
for people like me who install their wordpress scripts
in a different directory than the publically-viewable
weblog. For instance, I edit my blog at
https://www.blahblahblah.com/wordpress/wp-admin/ and
other people view my blog at
http://www.blahblahblah.com/wordpress (notice: https
vs http). This has two problems

1) The publically viewable blog does not load the
correct css for the calendar.
2) The links on the calendar are to the https
directory, which only works for users listed in my
htaccess directory. All other users get blocked when
they try clicking on the calendar events links

The solution I found was to replace the
get_options('siteurl') in the month_link() and
day_link() functions with 


and to replace the $myfile's assignment in function
ec3_action_wp_head() with 


Otherwise, I love your plugin! Keep it up!


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