[EventCalendar] little calendar, big calendar?

CVC webmaster cvc at cvcbike.org
Mon Dec 29 00:47:30 UTC 2008


On 12/28/08 4:07 PM, Damon Timm wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 4:52 PM, CVC webmaster <cvc at cvcbike.org> wrote:
>> No offense taken! I am the king of misconfiguration. However, in this
>> case, I did verify that "Keep Events Separate" is enabled.
>>
>>> Do you have a URL we could look at??????
>> There's a dummy site here:
>>
>> http://staging.potrzebie.org/wordpress/
> 
> Have you tried, just for laughs, switching to the default wordpress
> theme to see if this is still behaving this way?  Maybe something in
> your theme is doing a custom call to the loop or something ...
> 
> Going out on a limb ...
> 
> (Because it works as Rick described for me on my blogs as well)

Interesting idea. I tried the default theme but alas it still exhibits
the same behavior.

This is on WP 2.7. Is there any compatibility issue with this current
version?

thanks


> 
> Damon
> 
> 
>> user admin, pass website09
>>
>> Note that in the large calendar displays both rides and non-ride posts:
>>
>> http://staging.potrzebie.org/wordpress/?page_id=42
>>
>> This is with the 3.2.dev-02 prerelease version. Also (and probably
>> unrelated to the ride/not ride issue) this version displays a "January
>> 2009" title for the calendar even though it's really a December 2008
>> calendar. The system clock is correct. Is this another misconfig, or
>> something funny in the code?
>>
>> thanks!
>>
>> David Newman
>> CVC webmaster
>>
>>
>>
>>> Rick
>>>
>>> On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 2:21 PM, CVC webmaster <cvc at cvcbike.org
>>> <mailto:cvc at cvcbike.org>> wrote:
>>>
>>>     On 12/26/08 2:35 PM, Rick Boatright wrote:
>>>     > Yes.   All versions of EC3 come with a sidebar widget that displays a
>>>     > sidebar calendar that does what you want.
>>>     >
>>>     > Then,  3.1.2.BigCal   or, 3.2Dev both will display a bigcal on a
>>>     page if
>>>     > you just put the text
>>>     >
>>>     > [EC3BigCalendar] on the page.  That text will be replaced with a big
>>>     > calendar.
>>>     >
>>>     > Use the "over versions" link at wordpress.org
>>>     <http://wordpress.org> <http://wordpress.org> to
>>>     > get either of those versions.
>>>     >
>>>     > (I suggest 3.2Dev, it's what's coming, and I think it's ready for
>>>     prime
>>>     > time.)
>>>
>>>     Thanks to all that responded. 3.2 Dev does indeed display a large
>>>     calendar.
>>>
>>>     However, even with "keep events separate" enabled, the big calendar
>>>     displays *all* posts, not just those in the calendar category.
>>>
>>>     I only want to see the calendar entry, not other posts, in the large
>>>     calendar. Doable, and if so how?
>>>
>>>     thanks again!
>>>
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