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[Resolved] [Plugin: The Events Calendar] Donate button not going away

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  • That would be a real issue. We have tested this repeatedly and not seen that problem. LEt me see if we can duplicate. Any chance you might be open to emailing me an admin account on your dev WP install so I can play with it? You can find my email on our website at http://www.shaneandpeter.com.

    Hi,

    I went through and tested again and I cannot reproduce this error. If you’re not using the latest version of the plugin, can you update, see if the donata buttons then behave, and if not, post or link to a screenshot of the failure?

    Also, we’re removing the donate button from the user profile entirely.

    Justin

    I tried deleting the plug in and reinstalling and still have the persistent paypal button. I set up a temporary admin account, and emailed to you.

    Thanks for info – will look and get back to you.

    Any luck? I need to show this to a client soon and I will have to come up with another option if I can’t remove the paypal button

    Justin said he would tackle it and is working on it right now.

    Hi,

    Thanks for the access. This was failing because the site is running on a sub directory of your root and our ajax call only looked for the root of the site (in your case this was one level too high). Now the ajax call uses a more-robust path, and should eliminate the problem. I went ahead and fixed the path in your events calendar installation. Also, I checked the box and hid the donate buttons. If you need to get the buttons back for testing purposes, you can delete the sp_events_calendar_options row in the wp_options table of your database ( you will also lose all your settings!).

    Hope this helps,

    Justin

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