Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » Widget does not work

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  • This plugin DOES work! What you can’t get (with the present version, at least) is the monthly view (what most people call the ‘calendar’ view) in a sidebar. However, there are other views of the calendar data that you can use. I use both ‘Posterboard” and ‘Agenda’ view one one of my websites and it works well. Are there ‘issues’? Yes there are, but there are workarounds for many of them and the developers will look at suggestions to fix others – if you contact them.

    Your complaint could possibly be a theme issue, or a problem having to do with your host.

    You shouldn’t start a ‘widget does not work’ post until you exhaust all the solutions you can find.

    Thank you for your answer! You are right, the week view DOES work.. But default setting was monthly view, and this did not work in my case. I like this plugin! The title of my post is related to my case and not to the general performance of the plug in.

    you can add add_filter(‘widget_text’, ‘do_shortcode’); to your themes function.php file which will allow you to have the use of shortcodes in the a text widget. then you can add the [ai1ec view=”monthly”] to it but it will be stretched to your themes sidebar width. I am currently testing on the twently eleven theme and it is poorly displayed so you will have to play with css to get it to look correctly.

    MI C


    I have a similar issue with the Calendar (Upcoming Events) widget not showing up in Internet explorer (IE) using the Buddypress Corporate Theme Version 1.4.4 and I think its a CSS issue. The content of the widget displays outside to the right of the container when I set the widget CSS overflow property to auto from hidden. It displays correctly on all other major browsers though

    The issue has been forwarded to Support with resolution pending.

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