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4 April 2009 at 3:05am 4085 Posts

Doh, sorry about that. Wrong URL

Testing your sorting issue now. If you can, log into at some point and see if you can replicate it.


4 April 2009 at 3:17am 4085 Posts

Gotcha. Gonna start coding it now. Thanks for your input, Banal. This looks pretty sharp.


4 April 2009 at 4:13am Community Member, 48 Posts

Cheese, I went onto your eventcalendar.bluehousegroup and recreated the errors

Firstly if you goto the basic calendar and see the list of upcoming.. you will see it lists each event upto sept/oct and then the next event, so if you show 10 items its just going to show one repeating... I think this is the sorting issue you said you were looking into

secondly click on an event ie the first one y ou see, weds 15th april and this is your URL

not click on the calendar on the right on any date and this is your new URL

it has added /basic-calendar/2006-01-12 to the end of the url and not gone to the correct date

I installed your new version as well and it still does this for me


4 April 2009 at 4:47am 4085 Posts

Great catches. Please check out the latest version and test.


4 April 2009 at 8:53am (Last edited: 4 April 2009 8:55am), Community Member, 48 Posts

installed the files and flushed the db and when i tried viewing the site with the calendar it just came up with page cannot be found. Put the old files back and worked ok again


4 April 2009 at 9:10am 4085 Posts

Well, gentlemen, this appears to have been a very productive day for the event calendar. I've implemented Banal's brilliant templating system and it appears to be working pretty well after some light testing. Do an SVN update and check out the new lang file as well as the new _config.php for more info on how to customize your dates.

I'm going to leave set_date_format() in for now because it's a good way to tell the filter form which order to display its parameters (e.g. day vs. month first).

Thanks for your testing!


4 April 2009 at 10:51am Community Member, 901 Posts

Ahh. That's good news! I'll check out the new version asap. Thanks for your efforts on this


4 April 2009 at 10:59am (Last edited: 4 April 2009 11:06am), Community Member, 48 Posts

Excellent, installed and works fine and the clicking on the calendar dates after being on a specific item now works ok and the additional dates show correctly and not 2070

the only problem im having is if you just goto ( for instance ) it will show the events but does no date sorting, if you put in /calendar/200904 it will show that month in correct order, is there a way to set the default view to do it in date order as well, so X items as set in the admin and on the default calender view it does items in date order?

edited... just found another little possible bug

you say want to see an event.... you click on the title and it goes to this url keep-fit/2009-04-21?CalendarStart=2009-04-21 and shows the calendar event details as you want

Perfect as it shows the date details and time details for that event.. however back on the default calendar view, if you click on more it just brings up keep-fit/ and doesnt have anything in the date... is this how you see it working. I would have thought clicking on the more would bring up more for that date rather than just showing the event details with no time information linked in