[EventCalendar] Upgrading issues
Helene Zisook Speer
helenezs at millerdesignworks.com
Fri May 22 17:39:15 UTC 2009
1. I'm sorry that I can't find the post you're referring to. I went
into the archive for May and sorted by author, and read all your
posts, and they don't talk about the problem I'm having. I still
don't understand why it's sending me to this different link that
doesn't return anything, while if I go to the old link manually, even
with the new version, I get the right listing. I wonder if there's
something else I have to modify to make the new link work, or if I
should change it to send me to the old link?
2. I am using what I thought was the latest version -- I downloaded
Version 3.2.beta2 dated January 23rd, 2009. Is there a later one? If
so, where do I get it?
3. Do you mean the PostLists plugin?
4. I have always had trouble with the advanced queries, because I
don't understand how they are used in conjunction with the template
tags. The examples show them used as links. But how would I use them
with the get_schedule function?
On May 22, 2009, at 11:56 AM, Samuel Clemance wrote:
> 1. The links will look different depending on if you are in the
> month links the calendar is generated in js. The links still take
> you to the same place. I explained the "incorrect" naming of titles
> about 4 posts ago. I can't explain missing events in the archive
> though and I have just started noticing this myself. They show up on
> my calendar but not in the month archives.
> 2. If you are in fact using the absolute latest version there is no
> ordering option but they will be ordered by event date/time. There
> was an issue in an older version of the beta that has been fixed.
> 3. I'm not sure what you are trying to do but I give all of my
> events multiple categories and use PostLists to display them on
> different pages. ie. every one has category "events" but then I may
> select "jr high" or "sr. high" or both. Then when I list all events
> for jr. high I only get those ones.
> 4. Again I don't understand what you are trying to get but make
> sure you check the advanced queries it may have what you are looking
> for. http://wpcal.firetree.net/advanced-queries/
> Hope that helps
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