Support » Plugin: Event Calendar » [Plugin: Ajax Event Calendar] Event link popup not showing up

  • Resolved direcow

    (@direcow)


    Hi, not sure if this is to do with my theme, but after upgrading to 0.8 I can finally get the calendar to show! Sadly, 2 things are happening

    1) the sidebars are fixed, I can’t remove them even if I wanted to. However this is not a huge issue.

    2) Clicking the event title causing the page to dim and a pop up to appear – and it sticks on “loading event details”.

    Is there any fix for this? I can’t seem to find any solution yet. But thanks! The linkable titles alone make this way better than google calendar in concept.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ajax-event-calendar/

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  • Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    Hi direcow,

    Glad to hear it’s working (despite the caveats). If you supply the URL to your site I will look into this tomorrow.

    Thanks
    Eran

    direcow

    (@direcow)

    Hi Eran,

    Thanks for the response! Totally forgot to paste the link in:

    http://www.herebegeeks.com/calendar

    I’m using the theme Atahualpa with just basic colour and image theming, if that helps.

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    direcow,

    I haven’t been able to identify the problem, but I know it’s not a back-end issue because the content is being delivered, it’s just not rendering in the event detail window.

    It’s very bizarre that the edit details window works fore you, yet the display details does not.

    Perhaps you can try disabling all other plugins and see if it runs.

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    I just figured it out!
    The WP Minify plugin installed on your blog offers the option to minify HTML. If selected, this option breaks my plugin. If you uncheck that option, everything works as expected.

    If you haven’t done so already please vote, and verify that the plugin is compatible with the current version of WordPress: at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ajax-event-calendar/

    Thanks!
    Eran

    pjhouse

    (@pjhouse)

    Greetings Eran, I could use your help as well, can’t get the event page to come up, says loading and never comes up…. I’m using the Panorama 2.1 by Themocracy , and I’m not using the WP Minify plugin to the best of my knowledge.. Any help would be much appreciated and I will show support and vote.

    Here is the calendar link http://foster2homeinc.org/calendar ..

    I’m using these plugins below…

    Ajax Event Calendar
    Settings | Deactivate | Edit

    A Google Calendar-like interface that allows registered users (with the necessary credentials) to add, edit and delete events in a common calendar viewable by blog visitors.

    Version 0.8 | By Eran Miller | Visit plugin site

    Select Akismet

    Akismet
    Deactivate | Edit | Settings

    Used by millions, Akismet is quite possibly the best way in the world to protect your blog from comment and trackback spam. It keeps your site protected from spam even while you sleep. To get started: 1) Click the “Activate” link to the left of this description, 2) Sign up for an Akismet API key, and 3) Go to your Akismet configuration page, and save your API key.

    Version 2.5.3 | By Automattic | Visit plugin site

    Select All in One SEO Pack

    All in One SEO Pack
    Deactivate | Edit

    Out-of-the-box SEO for your WordPress blog. Options configuration panel | Upgrade to Pro Version | Donate | Support | Amazon Wishlist

    Version 1.6.13.3 | By Michael Torbert | Visit plugin site

    Select Contact Form 7

    Contact Form 7
    Settings | Deactivate | Edit

    Just another contact form plugin. Simple but flexible.

    Version 2.4.5 | By Takayuki Miyoshi | Visit plugin site

    Select Contact Form 7 – Customfield in mail

    Contact Form 7 – Customfield in mail
    Deactivate | Edit

    This plugin provides a new tag type for the Contact Form 7 Plugin. It allows the use of customfields from a post to be used in the mail section. Requires Contact Form 7

    Version 1 | By Jeffrey van der Heide

    Select Contact Form to DB Extension

    Contact Form to DB Extension
    Deactivate | Edit

    Captures form submissions from Contact Form 7 and Fast Secure Contact Form plugins and writes the form data to the database | Data | Settings | FAQ

    Version 1.8.7 | By Michael Simpson | Visit plugin site

    Select Custom sidebars

    Custom sidebars
    Deactivate | Edit

    Allows to create your own widgetized areas and custom sidebars, and select what sidebars to use for each post or page.

    Version 0.8 | By Javier Marquez | Visit plugin site

    Select Exclude Pages from Navigation

    Exclude Pages from Navigation
    Deactivate | Edit

    Provides a checkbox on the editing page which you can check to exclude pages from the primary navigation. IMPORTANT NOTE: This will remove the pages from any “consumer” side page listings, which may not be limited to your page navigation listings.

    Version 1.9 | By Simon Wheatley | Visit plugin site

    Select Jetpack by WordPress.com

    Jetpack by WordPress.com
    Settings | Deactivate | Edit

    Bring the power of the WordPress.com cloud to your self-hosted WordPress. Jetpack enables you to connect your blog to a WordPress.com account to use the powerful features normally only available to WordPress.com users.

    Version 1.1.2 | By Automattic | Visit plugin site

    Select Page Links To

    Page Links To
    Deactivate | Edit

    Allows you to point WordPress pages or posts to a URL of your choosing. Good for setting up navigational links to non-WP sections of your site or to off-site resources.

    Version 2.4.1 | By Mark Jaquith | Visit plugin site

    Select Quick Cache

    Quick Cache
    Settings | Deactivate | Edit

    Dramatically improves the performance & speed of your site! Also compatible with WordPress® Multisite/Networking.

    Version 110523 | By PriMoThemes.com / WebSharks, Inc. | Visit plugin site

    Select Really Simple CAPTCHA

    Really Simple CAPTCHA
    Deactivate | Edit

    Really Simple CAPTCHA is a CAPTCHA module intended to be called from other plugins. It is originally created for my Contact Form 7 plugin.

    Version 1.2 | By Takayuki Miyoshi | Visit plugin site

    Select Shashin

    Shashin
    Deactivate | Edit

    A plugin for integrating Picasa photos in WordPress.

    Version 2.6.3 | By Michael Toppa | Visit plugin site

    Select WordPress PayPal Donation

    WordPress PayPal Donation
    Settings | Deactivate | Edit

    This plugin adds a donate button to posts and sidebar.

    Version 1.01 | By Thomas Stachl, Alberto Buschettu | Visit plugin site

    Select WP Multibox

    WP Multibox
    Deactivate | Edit

    Adds the multibox modal window in unobtrusive way and select the MooTools framework version to be used.

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    pjhouse –
    to help me troubleshoot this issue, please try the following:
    1. disable all your plugins except the calendar
    2. check to see if the event details slide-in appears
    3. add one plugin at a time until the slide-in stops working
    4. report back here which of your plugins is causing the conflict

    Thanks!
    Eran

    pjhouse

    (@pjhouse)

    Eran-

    1.) Disabled all plugins, tried still no details slide-in appears, IE9 says loading still, Firefox just a gray bar starts to drop down and it appears its trying to load and never does.. Also I can add events all day on the calendar, put on the published side when a user or myself trys to get the details to pull up, it says loading in IE9… I’ve uninstalled the plugin and reinstalled, also just so your aware I created a post and called the slug calendar and the calendar shows up perfectly but can’t get the details to show after clicking on the event day… Please advise next step.

    Thanks- Phil

    pjhouse

    (@pjhouse)

    Eran-
    Also when it’s trying to load you can click anywhere in the screen and it will stop trying to load and go back to the calendar that is grayed out while trying to open the slider.

    Thanks so much for your help in this matter.

    Phil

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    Phil-

    Thanks for the information, this sounds more like a theme conflict now.

    I am currently in the process of wrapping up version 0.9 – to which I will includes adjustments to the event detail view. I’ll let you know as soon as that’s deployed, so you can try it out and see if that resolves the issue.

    Also, the clicking anywhere on the screen to close the event detail view, is intentional behavior.

    Thanks for your feedback,
    Eran

    kbunny80

    (@kbunny80)

    Eran,

    I just installed your plugin but I’m not sure how to get the calendar to show on my page. I’m new to using WP and unfortunately, just beginning to learn HTML stuff.

    Is there a code I need to insert on the page of my WP site? I’m not sure what else I need to do. I can add events, but I don’t know how I get others to see it when they click on the page.

    Thanks so much!

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    kbunny,
    As you are new to WordPress, you should know that it is customary for WordPress plugins to come with installation instructions. If you look at Installation tab of the plugin you will typically find the information you seek.

    In reference to my plugin – instructions are located here:
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ajax-event-calendar/installation/

    No coding is required, just create a page as instructed.

    Good Luck,
    Eran

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    Phil-

    I’ve just released version 0.9.1 which should be available for download momentarily – let me know if this resolves the event detail issue.

    As always, if you find this plugin useful, please vote and confirm comparability here: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/ajax-event-calendar/

    Thanks
    Eran

    direcow

    (@direcow)

    Hi Eran,

    Been a little too busy to do testing, but strangely now with wp-minify turned off all my events have disappeared. Submitting a new one via the admin panel doesn’t work either. I haven’t activated any other plugins… so why would this be the case now?

    Thanks!
    Alvin

    Plugin Contributor Eran Miller

    (@eranmiller)

    Alvin –

    With a few minutes research, I found the problem, and it’s not the calendar, check out the screenshot below.

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6059938/herebegeeks.com.png

    Good luck!
    Eran

    Hi Eran,

    Thanks for the awesome plugin, firstly!

    I’ve just upgraded to the new version and not sure if it’s the upgrade or my site…the calendar was working fine until now.

    When i click on an event the lightbox dropdown starts with the “Loading message” and then reverts to my homepage without the event detail appearing…any ideas would be very helpful.

    I’ll have a play, site can be found @ http://rookiestaging.wtclondon.com

    Any help would be much appreciated!

    Thanks,

    Stephen

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