Timestamp: 12/12/12 10:42:36 AM
Error: TypeError: m.curCSS is not a function
Source File: http://www.mekongsecretscruises.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-fullcalendar/includes/js/main.js?ver=3.5
Same error is occurring on my site. I rolled back to a previous version of Events Manager, but calendar still didn’t load.
Looks to coincide with the latest version of WordPress.
Assistance would be greatly appreciated.
Got the same problem here.
The root cause is the version of fullcalendar embedded in the plugin.
You need to upgrade to fullcalendar 1.54 because curCSS is depreciated in the new version of jQuery (1.8+) in WP3.5.
How to fix it :
1st, download the last release of fullcalendar plugin on fullcalendar site.
In <your plugin dir>/wp-fullcalendar / includes / js
– copy your current main.js file to main.js.old
– edit the main.js file
– change the part from the beginning until spaces before Qtip2 by the content of fullcalendar.min.js.
– save it
That’s all !!!
Thanks Christian but where is the version 1.54?
Does 1.54 include those changes?
did you empty your cache ?
On my implementation I changed also fullcalendar.js and fullcalendar.min.js with the new ones.
Please try to do the same and check !
Download it from http://arshaw.com/fullcalendar/downloads/fullcalendar-1.5.4.zip.
Push fullcalendar.js and fullcalendar.min.js in <your plugin dir>/wp-fullcalendar / includes / js.
Do the changes into main.js as described if my first reply.
It should do the trick.
Here is a patch to apply the changes suggested by Christian
If you use Linux copy the file to the root of your site and run this command:
patch -p1 < fullcalendar_js_patches.patch
BTW thanks to Christian to point us out in the right direction!
I hope the developers of this plugin include the fix in next version!
yeah, my apologies on this, with all the testing of EM I forgot to update this plugin, my local already had this so I didn’t notice.
I’ll make the best of this situation and release an update with some more improvements within 24 hrs.
oh, also , thx @christian 🙂
that’s great news thanks a lot @marcus!
If you need help testing the update let me know
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