[EventCalendar] Event Calendar Bug in calendar sidebar widget and unpublished posts

Rick Boatright rboatright at gmail.com
Thu Oct 23 14:27:46 UTC 2008


What version of Wordpress

On Thu, Oct 23, 2008 at 8:47 AM, Olaf Klejnstrup-Jensen <topsys at gmail.com>wrote:

> First of all, hello to all on this list, my name is Olaf.
>
> I installed the Event Calendar 3.1.1 today after downloading it from
> Wordpress.org and I think I found a small bug in the Calendar script.
>
> As stated on the EC site, all support questions should be directed at the
> mailing list, that is why I am writing it here, if this is wrong, I would
> like to apologize in advance.
>
> The bug is regarding the calendar widget in the sidebar and is the
> following.
>
> Posts that are saved as draft still appear in the calendar widget in the
> sidebar in blue, but when you click them you get a 404 error page, as the
> post is still not published. I would imagine that this is an easy fix, just
> a change to a db call, but I am not in to the specifics of wordpress coding,
> so I could not see where to change this in the eventcalendar3.php file.
>
> This, as stated, is a small bug, but might confuse visitors to a site, as
> it, on mouse over, shows the title of the drafted post, but when clicked
> gives an error and to avoid multiple mails regarding this from future
> visitors to me, and possibly you guys using this plugin as well, I am
> sending this mail.
>
> If you need an example of the bug, please let me know and I will provide
> you with a link.
>
> By the way, let me also thank you for your time on developing this great
> plugin.
>
> Best regards,
>
> Olaf
>
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