Is your intention to use My Calendar where the link opens a pop-up with event details, or where it points to a page showing the event details?
If it’s the pop-up, the first thing I notice is that the scripts that would run that aren’t present. They’re either all disabled under My Calendar > Script Editor, or your theme doesn’t have a call to wp_footer() in the footer.php file.
If it’s supposed to open to an event details page, then it looks like you haven’t set a URL for the My Calendar page or configured the settings to open in a new page, under My Calendar > Settings.
Thanks for your response Joe
I have recently taken on working on this website myself so I’m checking the previous person’s code.
My intention was just to (for now at least) have the events pop up.
The index page calls the footer but not through the wp_footer() call, instead, it’s get_footer(); Would that make a difference?
And I haven’t disabled anything in the Script Editor, I just installed the plugin and created the events. Are things supposed to pop-up be default or do I actually need to go enable them first?
I will look into the page loading option now too.
Again, I appreciate your response.
get_footer() is a different call. get_footer() pulls in the footer.php file. That file needs to run the function wp_footer(), which is a core part of the WordPress theming system, and is used by many plug-ins to attach their scripts.