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  • Resolved daledude

    (@daledude)


    If you try to create relative links in the Events Made Easy > Settings > Events tab, to take the user back levels to the original events page, under “Default single event format” in this format:
    <a href="../../">Link text goes here</a>
    It causes a “Forbidden” error for me. It doesn’t when entering it as:
    <a href="../">Link text goes here</a>

    I know it’d be easier to make the paths absolute, but, when you’re developing it’s easier to stick with relative.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/events-made-easy/

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  • I should’ve said that it causes a Forbidden error when I try to save that.

    Plugin Author Franky

    (@liedekef)


    Works fine here. Probably another plugin is causing this, EME doesn’t check the content of what you put in the format.

    Hi Franky, thanks for response.

    I deactivated every plugin but Events Made Easy, and it still gave Forbidden error on save of options.

    This is what I have in there:

    <h2>#_EVENTNAME</h2>
    <p><b>Date:</b> #F #j, #Y</p>
    <p><b>Location:</b> #_TOWN</p>
    <p><b>Description:</b><br />#_NOTES</p>
    <p>#_MAP</p>
    <p><a href="../../news-events/upcoming-events/">Back to Upcoming Events</a></p>

    It’s not a big deal, I just added a <base href="http://www.site.com/site/"> in there too and it works… not optimal, but, it’s just a not visited often page I guess.

    Plugin Author Franky

    (@liedekef)


    Well … weird … maybe something else is blocking you then (a proxy?). Here it works just fine.

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