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Calendar event module - upcoming events on homepage?


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dreamstudio

20 March 2009 at 11:43am Community Member, 48 Posts

deleted old files... did a db flush then loaded new files and db flush again to be sure.... had the two files loaded with the code and still wont show anything up when i call the $CalendarWidget on a page

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UncleCheese

20 March 2009 at 3:11pm 4085 Posts

Can you show me the template that is calling $CalendarWidget? Are you sure you're not in a control block when you're calling it? What happens if you change that function to just die('hello')? My guess is that it's not even reading that function, because at the very least you should get text that says "Loading..."

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dreamstudio

20 March 2009 at 7:58pm (Last edited: 20 March 2009 7:59pm), Community Member, 48 Posts

I put in die('hello')? and it put up just that text on the page

I am attaching the file I put it in.. which is under the template directory.... page.ss I also tried it in numerous other locations ie layout/page.ss and even includes/sidebar.ss

edit: it put the filename to page2.ss on here but its Page.ss on the website

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UncleCheese

21 March 2009 at 2:48am 4085 Posts

Do you have a link to your website? There should at least be text that says "Loading" if the widget doesn't come up. When you view the source after the template has been rendered is there a <div id="calendar-widget"> where the calendar is supposed to be?

That's just weird.. cause even if it didn't find the CalendarWidget class, you'd get a fatal php error.

Try this..

function CalendarWidget()
{
$c = new CalendarWidget(DataObject::get_one("Calendar"), null, null, true);
return $c->forTemplate();
}

Might at least get an error that way.

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dreamstudio

21 March 2009 at 4:29am Community Member, 48 Posts

replaced it with your updated code... no errors and nothing coming up... have a look at http://www.dgsmyourchoice.org.uk/about-us/

Cant see a div id=calendar-widget bit either

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FireMe!

21 March 2009 at 8:02am Community Member, 74 Posts

Hi UncleCheese

I have got the upcoming events function working fine, but instead of having upcoming events i would rather it be Recent Events but i cannot get the function RecentEvents to work( i would like it to be the latest events rather than upcoming ones), any ideas?

Thanks in Advance

FireMe!

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UncleCheese

21 March 2009 at 9:59am (Last edited: 21 March 2009 10:00am), 4085 Posts

Is return $your_calendar->RecentEvents(5) just returning an empty set?

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FireMe!

21 March 2009 at 10:50am Community Member, 74 Posts

ive put,but does not to come back with any thing.

Function RecentEvents()
{
return DataObject::get_one("Calendar")->RecentEvents(5);
}