[EventCalendar] javascript error when viewing other months in calendar

Rusty Smith rusty.smith at auburn.edu
Sat Feb 24 00:14:47 UTC 2007


On Feb 23, 2007, at 7:07 PM, Alex Tingle wrote:
> Thanks Rusty. I think your answer is so complete that I've added it  
> to the EC blog as a new post (Hope that's OK).

Yep Alex - that is ok by me - hope it helps folks out.

Rusty


On Feb 23, 2007, at 7:07 PM, Alex Tingle wrote:

> Thanks Rusty. I think your answer is so complete that I've added it  
> to the EC blog as a new post (Hope that's OK).
>
> I've also added a very cut-down version to the FAQ.
>
> -Alex
>
> --
>
> On 23 Feb 2007, at 21:46, Rusty Smith wrote:
>
>> On Feb 23, 2007, at 4:02 PM, Brian Lewandowski wrote:
>>> To get to my url, the user doesn't have to type the "www" as part  
>>> of the url name so I had the name listed without it. However,  
>>> most Internet users still generally type in the "www" as part of  
>>> the web address. I was hoping that the plugin would work whether  
>>> the "www" was listed in the url or not. Guess I will make sure  
>>> the "www" is listed in the WordPress configuration since that is  
>>> what would generally be typed in.
>>>
>>> Is this something that might be fixed in a future release?  
>>> Whether the url has the "www" in the name should be invisible to  
>>> the end user and hopefully shouldn't impact how a plugin works.
>>
>> Brian and others that run into this problem:
>> This is NOT an EventCalendar problem, it actually breaks  
>> WordPress, but most people do not realize it. If you want to see  
>> how it breaks WordPress, log in to your blog at www.yourblog.com  
>> and then go to yourblog.com (or vice versus) and you will see that  
>> you are no longer logged in. You should decide whether you want  
>> www or not (I have no dog in the fight, but you may want to check  
>> out no-www.org to hear from folks that do). Then you paste the  
>> following lines into your .htaccess file, changing the domain name  
>> to match that of your site:
>>
>> RewriteEngine On
>> RewriteCond %{HTTP_HOST} ^www\.domain\.com$ [NC]
>> RewriteRule ^(.*)$ http://domain.com/$1 [R=301,L]
>>
>> This should silently redirect any call to www.yoursite.com to  
>> yoursite.com without the www. An added benefit is that any inbound  
>> link to your site will redirect as well, which makes the  
>> searchbots see your site as one instead of two, which should  
>> theoretically increase your popularity for those that worry about  
>> such things.
>>
>> The above works on apache servers, but if you are installed on a  
>> windows IIS machine you may have to install any of the various  
>> plugins that do a similar redirect: http://www.justinshattuck.com/ 
>> wordpress-www-redirect-plugin/ or http://photomatt.net/2006/06/13/ 
>> wordpress-no-www/ may work for you. I have not tried them, but  
>> give them a shot and report back. They may only work on apache  
>> servers as well. IIS probably has some sort of redirect  
>> capabilities, maybe someone knows how to do that?
>>
>> Alex - I don't see anything in the FAQ about this, but enough  
>> folks ask this question maybe you could put something in there  
>> about it - when you get time of course! ;-)
>>
>>  Rusty
>>
>> On Feb 23, 2007, at 4:02 PM, Brian Lewandowski wrote:
>>
>>> To get to my url, the user doesn't have to type the "www" as part  
>>> of the url name so I had the name listed without it. However,  
>>> most Internet users still generally type in the "www" as part of  
>>> the web address. I was hoping that the plugin would work whether  
>>> the "www" was listed in the url or not. Guess I will make sure  
>>> the "www" is listed in the WordPress configuration since that is  
>>> what would generally be typed in.
>>>
>>> Is this something that might be fixed in a future release?  
>>> Whether the url has the "www" in the name should be invisible to  
>>> the end user and hopefully shouldn't impact how a plugin works.
>>>
>>> ----- Original Message ----
>>> From: Alex Tingle <alex at firetree.net>
>>> To: Support for EventCalendar plugin <eventcalendar at firetree.net>
>>> Sent: Friday, February 23, 2007 11:41:33 AM
>>> Subject: Re: [EventCalendar] javascript error when viewing other  
>>> months in calendar
>>>
>>>
>>> Hi Brian,
>>>
>>> On 23 Feb 2007, at 19:11, Brian Lewandowski wrote:
>>>
>>>> I am getting an error "Line 197 Char 7 error: Access is Denied"
>>>> error whenever I click on the calendar previous and forward month
>>>> links in the Event Calendar. By simply clicking and refreshing on
>>>> my "Home" page link or other page link within my site (and clicking
>>>> on month forward or previous), the error goes away.
>>>
>>> Sounds like your "Wordpress address" is not set to the actual  
>>> address
>>> of your Wordpress installation.
>>>
>>> -Alex
>>>
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