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  • 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.

    Hi George,

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


    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.


    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

    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.


    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!

    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

    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?



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