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.

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