Support » Plugin: amr ical events lists » blank page when plugin activated

  • Hi,

    I have an issue with the use of this plugin. I need to integrate my WordPress blog into a prestashop site, so to harmonize it, I took the header/footer from prestashop, using this header.php file in my theme



    <link rel=”profile” href=”; />
    <link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” media=”all” href=”<?php bloginfo( ‘stylesheet_url’ ); ?>” />
    <link rel=”pingback” href=”<?php bloginfo( ‘pingback_url’ ); ?>” />

    And same for the footer.php file.

    With a few tricks in the style.css, this method looks good, but when I activate the amr ical events list plugin, all I get is an html page with an empty body…

    Any clue where this might come from ?

    Thanks for your help !

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    It seems that the problem is coming from my custom header.php file, when I delete it, my site just works fine. I think that changing this file, I removed a vital hook for the activation of the plugin, but I can’t find which one…
    Any ideas ?

    Plugin Author anmari


    When you’re doing custom stuff, it can be tricky to figure out what you might have done. Minimise the custom aspect. Keep to wp header as much as possible.

    Check whether normal wp shortcodes work.

    There is nothing in particular I can think of that would be a problem – so long as the wp environment is properly loaded of course.



    I’m experiencing the same issue. I’m trying to help my church install a new calendar. Their previous one stopped working and is no longer supported (that’s according to their network guy), so I tried to install this one their new one. Now, I cannot see my “Installed Plugins” page. I can see the “Add New” and “Editor” pages within “Plugins”.

    I’m not sure what to edit or where to start? If there isn’t an obvious fix, how can I undo this?

    Plugin Author anmari


    HI fatdog,

    IS your problem EXACTLY the same. ie you have a custom header.php because you are loading the PRESTASHOP ENVIRONNEMENT?

    IF NOT EXACTLY THE SAME, then please start a separate topic.

    If you can see “ad new” and “editor” then you should be able to see the top “Plugins” menu – click on that and it will show you installed plugins.

    The plugin is used quite happily in a normal wp environment, so unlikleyliy it is causing that. Test site here: Possibly something is clashing. See

    To deactivate a plugin without wp admin, simply delete or rename it via ftp or your control panel file manager. OR see

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