Hey all, I hope somebody can help me regulate this issue ASAP as it’s really stumping me.
So, I have an intranet site that I built for my employer, which is hosted on an internal server (that uses IIS), so I have the actual wordpress version of the site located on my personal domain: http://www.seekoften.com/hr_intranet/events. And how I currently have it set-up is that I make the changes necessary, send my supervisor the link to verify (on my domain) and if they approve, I use a web crawler (SiteSucker for OS X) to download the site in an IIS-friendly format, and replace the files on the local server.
This had been working for a couple of years, but now with the implementation of this calendar plugin, the crawler takes FAR longer to download the site, and seems to hang on the last 2-4 files indefinitely. And then when I bring it over to my machine (either on MAMP, or on the PC’s Shared network) in .html format, the calendar still displays properly, but won’t let me navigate by month, if I click them, it just shows me a “spinning pinwheel” and it never loads.
If somebody could PLEASE help me figure this out, it would be greatly appreciated! I’m practically at wits end, and I really don’t know what else to try! Any guidance at all would be super.
Thanks in advance,
I Hope to hear back from somebody in the near future.
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