Temporary Domains


Symbolic links (temporary domains) can affect the paths the calendar uses. If you're using symbolic links (e.g. http://www.domainname.com/~user), follow the directions below.

Edit the paths in the calendar.php file. They need to be specific for your current domain.

Example:

$serverPath="/home/YourUserName/public_html/calendar/";

$urlPath="http://www.YourTempDomain.com/~YourUserName/calendar/";

After making the changes, upload the updated file to your server.

Hai trovato questa risposta utile?

 Stampa Articolo

Leggi anche

Why do the pop-ups not work?

For the pop-ups to work, they must be enabled on the Pop-ups page of the Setup Manager. Pick...

Calendar stopped working

So, the calendar was working wonderfully, but suddenly it has stopped. This guide will help to...

How to use $thisFile

In some instances, PHP will not be able to provide the calender with the correct file name of the...

How to use the unset command

If you are displaying multiple copies of the calendar on the same page, you may need to clear...

Server Path Issues

Server path issues usually occur when the calendar is moved from one server or directory to...