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Help with popups

Discussion in 'General Support' started by gastric, Jan 11, 2004.

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  1. gastric

    gastric New Member

    I've tackled the install and setup of the calendar. Pretty EZ with one exception. I cannot get the popups to work, they always invoke a 404 "file not found" error. You can see my calendar implementation here http://breakdown.cgraham.com/schedule.htm

    Details of my setup:

    HTML files are all at http://breakdown.cgraham.com/
    The esdates.txt file is http://breakdown.cgraham.com/
    All other calendar files are at http://breakdown.cgraham.com/calendar/

    I'm assuming the issue is with my HTML file and the calendar files being in different directories. However, I have not figured out what to edit to get it to work correctly. Can someone please tell me what file and values I have to edit?

  2. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    It appears the escalEV.php file isn't in the same folder as the other files?
  3. gastric

    gastric New Member

    All of the calendar files in are the /calendar/ directory. The only files that are not are my HTML file and esdates.txt
  4. Brian

    Brian EPC Developer Staff Member

    Can you put it in the same folder as the schedule.htm file?
  5. gastric

    gastric New Member

    I'd prefer to keep it tidy in it's own subdir as opposed to have all of the calendar stuff floating around in my main dir with my HTML files. Can't I make an edit to one of the files to specify the absolute location or something?

    Worst comes to worst I can likely move the HTML file into the /calendar/ directory if that'd make things easier.
  6. tifosi

    tifosi New Member

    If you look through the forum there's a quick hack for 'popup path directory' config that I used which adds an extra config variable to allow subdirectory use... ;)
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