I'm not quite sure that this is the fault of amr ical events list or some interaction with WordPress HTTPS, but on OS/2 (under Apache), where ":" is an illegal character in a filename, I'm getting multiple hits in my Apache error log similar to the following:
[Sun Mar 23 10:46:39 2014] [error] [client nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn] (OS 123)SYS0123: A file name or volume label contains an incorrect character. : Cannot map GET /wp-content/plugins/amr-ical-events-list/css/https://www.mysite.tld/wp-content/pl ugins/amr-ical-events-list/css/icallist.css?ver=1 HTTP/1.1 to file, referer: http://www.mysite.tld/
On OS/2, a SYS0123 is an incorrect character in a filename or volume label, however, I'm not even sure why we're trying to pull the CSS this way, as it would never load, in any event (there is no subdirectory of
https://... under the plugin's css directory).
I reference WordPress HTTPS because I note the protocol being requested. The interesting thing here is that WP HTTPS is configured to force HTTPS only upon logging in or using the contact page on the site, though I am fairly certain that not all of these hits correspond to random hits on the contact page.
The relevant (if indeed this plugin is coming into play and not merely reporting the news) appears to be in
Any ideas, here?