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On my site, it is not possible to change from list to month view or vice versa. All it does, is reload the same page and append the slug with either (/?:list)/ or (/?:month)/. When I try to access these renamed pages directly, I get a 404 error. When I append “[…]/veranstaltungen/” manually with “list/” or “month/”, I am able to access the correct views.
I have read several threads about a similar, if not identical, problem to mine, but their solutions did not help:
- changing my user language from English (United States) to Site Default
- changing the Permalink Structure from Post Name to Plain and back again
- putting the pages “/veranstaltungen”, “/event” as well as the css and js under “/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/” and “/wp-content/plugins/event-tickets/” in my list of Minify and Page Cache exceptions
- renaming the Events URL Slug back to “events”
- using the default Twenty Twenty-Three theme
- using the Skeleton Styles calendar display
- unchecking “Enable the Month View Cache”
I always purge all caches and look at my site in a private browser window in which I am not logged in.
I’m running out of ideas here. Can you please help me?
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