Support » Plugin: Appointment Calendar » apcal and apcal_mobile

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  • Plugin Contributor FARAZFRANK

    (@farazfrank)

    Hi OptimusGeorge,

    Do you mean auto detect?

    I might have asked wrong.

    I have a calendar page set up. But I want the same page to have the regular version on normal devices and mobile on mobile devices.

    I guess autodetect would be right.

    Plugin Contributor FARAZFRANK

    (@farazfrank)

    Hi George,

    I have added a new shortcode for you which will auto detect mobile or desktop device.

    [APCAL_AUTO_DETECT]

    Download appointment-calendar.php file.

    Overtire/rename previous appointment-calendar.php file in plugin directory.

    Also keep a backup copy of previous one.

    And let me know, if everything fine.

    Thanks
    ~Frank

    It looks alright in “normal” mode, but in mobile, it gives me a fatal error. Here’s the error.

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function appointment_calendar_mobile_shortcode() in /home/content/o/p/t/optimusgeorge/html/georgerubiodesign/clients/otr/wp-content/plugins/appointment-calendar/appointment-calendar.php on line 249

    Plugin Contributor FARAZFRANK

    (@farazfrank)

    Hi George,

    I have updated a file function which named wrong that’s why fatal error coming.

    Download same file, give a try and let me know.

    Thanks
    ~Frank

    Dude. You rock. It seems to be working like a champ!

    Thanks so much for your help! You should make this a default option for the plugin. Totally satisfied my appointment scheduling needs!

    Plugin Contributor FARAZFRANK

    (@farazfrank)

    Hey George,

    Thanks for all kind words. We always here to listen from you.
    So, don’t forgot to share your thoughts here.

    Greetings of the day!

    Kind Regards
    ~Frank

    thomas2014

    (@thomas2014)

    Hi Frank,

    When I replaced my existing “appointment-calendar.php” with the one I downloaded from the link you provided, my calendar disappeared. All it is showing was the [APCAL] on my Book Me page.

    Can you tell me what I did wrong?

    esmi

    (@esmi)

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    I am now closing this 11 month old topic as it references an older version of WordPress & has been resolved.

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