[EventCalendar] disappearing calendar dates...

Mark mark at oceanguardian.net
Wed Dec 24 01:36:49 UTC 2008


right you are - thanks




Damon Timm wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 23, 2008 at 7:28 PM, Mark <mark at oceanguardian.net> wrote:
>> Question:
>> - about disappearing calendar dates...
>>
>> Operating:
>> I'm using EC3.3.2 with Wordpress 2.7
> 
> Do you mean EC 3.2dev ?
> 
>> Problem:
>> - The little calendar widget only shows the event dates as links when I go
>> to the archives page where an event post is individally read. Then all the
>> dates on the widget calendar shows
> 
> Does it do this regardless of the theme you are using?  Have you tried
> using the default theme in wordpress (or is that what you are using)?
> The first step I would recommend is accessing your site (with the
> widgets) using the default wordpress theme -- if the behavior from EC3
> is still perceived to be incorrect, can we have a link to see the
> misbehavior?
> 
>> So, to repeat if I go to the archives for an event category the calendar
>> widget does not show dates as links. If I click on an event entry from the
>> archives listing then when viewing the single event post as archive - then
>> the EC calendar widget shows the date links....
> 
> Have you tried disabling other plugins?  To me, it doesn't necessarily
> sound like a javascript issue, but it is always good to revert to no
> other plugins and the default theme to narrow down where the problem
> is coming from.
> 
> My two cents.
> 
> Damon
> 
>> Any ideas?
>>
>> /mark
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>> Alex Tingle wrote:
>>> On 22 Dec 2008, at 15:13, Mark wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi Thanks for the good feedback - I will look into reporting the WP bug
>>>> on permalinks.
>>> Great.
>>>
>>>
>>>> My overnight Google Calendar test has shown that IMPORTING the URL
>>>> (creating a new Google Calendar essentially) did synch sometime last night.
>>>> BUT importing the iCal file itself did not synch at all.
>>> Good! That's what I'd expect.
>>>
>>> The iCalendar file just contains a snapshot of the events. If that's all
>>> you give to your client, then it has no way of knowing how to go and get
>>> updated information.
>>>
>>> Only the URL allows for synching. Since that worked for you, everything
>>> seems to be OK.
>>>
>>> -Alex
>>>
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