[EventCalendar] Different link looks on 2 diff months big calendar

Alex Tingle alex at firetree.net
Tue Feb 3 13:42:47 UTC 2009

Yes, Jeff it definitely looks wrong. The two links should be  
consistent. I'll have a look at this in the next few days.

-Alex [still looking for work]


On 2 Feb 2009, at 15:25, Jeff Dodson wrote:

> Hi Alex,
> This may have gotten lost at the end of the other conversation, so  
> here it
> is explicitly:
> Not sure if this always was or just started happening as a result of  
> the
> database alteration you suggested on previous question, on the big  
> calendar
> on my site,
> http://www.fortbendbuyersagent.com/calendar/
> On Feb 7, there is a single event and the link to the archive page  
> for the
> 7th looks like this:
> http://www.fortbendbuyersagent.com/2009/02/07/?ec3_listing=events
> (?ec3_listing=events on the end).
> On January 31st, there is an event listed there, but there is also a  
> post on
> that date, the link to that page archive looks like this:
> http://www.fortbendbuyersagent.com/2009/01/31/
> (no ?ec3_listing=events on the end)
> Browsing to the first link does list the event for that day,  
> browsing to the
> second link displays both the event that happened on that day, but  
> also
> displays a post I made on that day.
> If I add ?ec3_listing=events to the end of the second link, the post  
> does
> not display, but the event does.  Since I want the big calendar to  
> be an
> events only calendar, this is the way I want it to operate.
> Why did ?ec3_listing=events not appear on the second link (the one for
> January 25th), and can this be corrected?
> I have deleted all cache I know about and tried on 4 browsers, so I  
> do not
> think this is a cache issue.
> Jeff Dodson
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