FT Calendar
Generates false 404 errors (7 posts)

  1. mished
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I've installed this plugin on a multisite.

    It generates false 404 errors at this URL:


    I've got my 404s monitored by two error-logging plugins and they both show the same results: false 404s from this FT CALENDAR URL.

    Great plugin otherwise.


  2. mished
    Posted 4 years ago #

    OK, need to clarify.

    The faulty URL is actually:


    So anytime ANY page on the site is visited, this URL generates a 404.

    Note the "https". I actually do not use a SSL certificate on my site, so don't understand why FT Calendar is generating a HTTPS.

  3. Lew Ayotte
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Does visiting that URL manually still produce a false 404?


  4. mished
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Thinking the problem I encountered is site-specific, I just started monitoring 404 on another site where I also have this calendar plugin installed

    Yes, it is causing the same problem. It doesn't matter which page/post I view on the site, a 404 error is triggered.

    A 404 error occured at the following url: mydomainname.com/wp-content/plugins/ft-calendar/includes/js/jquery.tools.min.js?ver=3.2.1

    Referrer: http://mydomainname.com/postname/

    What impact would all these false 404s have on my site in terms of SEO? I like this plugin so wouldn't mind all the false 404s as long as they don't have any adverse SEO effect (site visitor experience is not adversely affect in any way, I think).

    Are these(generating the false 404s) a resource hog?

  5. Lew Ayotte
    Posted 4 years ago #

    What plugins are you using to monitor 404s? Also, are these Linux based servers running Apache?

    I don't think this would affect SEO at all... if you can get to the URL then the web crawlers should be able to too.


  6. Nando
    Posted 4 years ago #

    The issue with the 404 error is 'cause is misssing the jquery.tools.min.js in the ft-calendar/includes/js/ directory...you need to download the file http://jqueryb.googlecode.com/files/jquery.tools.min.js to that directory

    The Google PR and Bing/Yahoo SEO statics show 404 error with this file, so in my opinion YES affect SEO. I have a IDS in one of my site and show the same missing file on any page

  7. Lew Ayotte
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Nando, have you updated to the latest version? It should be fixed.

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