Support » Plugin: Event Calendar » [Plugin: Ajax Event Calendar] Event dates not clickable

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  • Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    It could be a conflict with your theme overriding the z-index of the time and date selector popups. Style troubleshooting tips are available in the plugin FAQ.

    Thanks, Eran.

    The time selector pop-ups are working just fine. I think it may have to do with a script because I can view the dates calendar manually (by removing display: none and adding a z-index of 5000) but I can’t show or hide it by clicking the buttons.

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    In that case, it sounds like a javascript conflict. To isolate the issue, I again refer you to the troubleshooting tips in the FAQ.

    Here’s the error output from the console:
    jquery.ui.datepicker.min.js:

    Uncaught TypeError: Object #<Object> has no method 'zIndex'
    d.extend._showDatepicker
    c.event.handle
    c.event.add.j.handle.o

    I’m not really sure how to pursue fixing this. Can anyone else help?

    Hi:

    I also have this issue.

    It was working until I added form validation with jQuery Validity.

    Can anyone help?

    This is my screen shot:
    http://imm.io/mZYO

    I also have this problem..

    Chrome’s console says that the object has no method ‘zIndex’. In fact I am trying to add metaboxes to my custom taxonomies, which needs a date picker.

    When I put on my custom post type:

    <input type="text" id="date" name="mk_vdf_oeuvre_numero" />

    ..it works fine, but here in the custom taxonomy screen:

    <input type="text" id="date" name="mk_vdf_artiste_date_naissance" />

    ..I get this error.

    Please help!

    Hi,

    I replaced the error line:

    inst.dpDiv.zIndex($(input).zIndex()+1);

    with:

    inst.dpDiv.css(‘z-index’,$(input).css(‘z-index’)+1);

    It worked for me.

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