Support » Plugin: The Events Calendar » Events calendar using the error404 template

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  • Plugin Author Barry

    (@barryhughes-1)

    That’s right – and that is intentional as you are trying to access a view that contains no events. Just as would happen if you tried to view a post archive that was empty, a 404 is (correctly) returned.

    That actually isn’t how wordpress works. If you visit a category archive page that has no posts, it doesn’t display ‘page not found’ in the (browser) title, and it doesn’t use the 404 template. You can see this here: http://testing.squarestarmedia.com/events-calendar/category/uncategorized/

    However that said, this becomes less of an issue once having an event in the database fixes it.

    Plugin Author Rob La Gatta

    (@roblagatta)

    Modern Tribe Support

    Hey nyodulf. We’ve been talking about this a lot internally and how we can best approach it, since we realize – among other things – it is having impacts on people’s SEO. Not something that you’re going to see immediate change on but know that this has been and will continue to be something we’re working towards finding a resolution on.

    Plugin Contributor leahkoerper

    (@leahkoerper)

    It’s been a month, so in accordance with our forum guidelines I’m shutting this thread. Thanks for your support!
    ~Leah

    Plugin Contributor leahkoerper

    (@leahkoerper)

    It’s been a month, so in accordance with our forum guidelines I’m shutting this thread. Thanks for your support!
    ~Leah

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