[EventCalendar] urls with a ? (question mark) go to index page, not event post

c m manofthecrowd at gmail.com
Thu Jan 25 02:22:21 UTC 2007


Thanks Alex.

The reason I'd like pretty URLs is because the ? type urls aren't going to
the post - they're just defaulting to the homepage. That might be an issue
with the server though?

On 1/23/07, Alex Tingle <alex at firetree.net> wrote:
>
> Hello c m,
>
> You are only showing event posts in your calendar. That triggers the
> javascript to use the ? type URLs. That's because your permalink scheme
> doesn't have any formula for the query that you've asked for (date AND
> category).
>
> If you want the pretty URLs, then you need to show all posts in your
> calendar.
>
> Why are people so fussy about what the URLs look like anyway??
>
> -Alex
>
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> On 23 Jan 2007, at 01:40, c m wrote:
>
> > hello
> >
> > On my site the links for events in the events calendar sidebar are in
> > this
> > format: http://mywebsite.com/?m=20070128&cat=6 - which just goes to the
> > index page, not the event post. My site is configured to use this url
> > format: http://mywebsite.com/2006/12/27/test-event/
> >
> > How do I get the linked numbers (dates with events) in the events
> > calendar
> > box to have that url format? (such as on the on the firetree website
> > eg.
> > http://wpcal.firetree.net/2007/01/27/ )
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