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Using Filter Plugin

Discussion in 'PHP-Nuke Integration' started by jlparker55, Oct 26, 2006.

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  1. jlparker55

    jlparker55 New Member

    I have created a PHPNuke module to link to my calendar. I am trying to use the filter plugin to filter the results by category but when I select the category and press the filter button, I am returned to the home page of my PHPNuke website. What do I need to do to get the filter to execute?
  2. ve9gra

    ve9gra Support Team

    You might have a problem with your paths. Or you might have to use the $thisFile option.
  3. jlparker55

    jlparker55 New Member

    Still Not working


    I created a module using the instructions on this forum to link to the Easy PHP Calendar which is called Event Calendar. It shows up as it is supposed to in the module block on the home page of my site. When you click on the tag it takes you to the event calendar page.

    To try to make the filtering plugin work, it was recommended that I try the $thisFile function. I added:


    before the call to the filter plugin in the index.php file in my Event Calendar module.

    Now if you use the fliter, the system returns the screen back to my website's home page, and filters the events that show in the calendar block on the home page in accordance with the filter that was set.

    Any ideas?
  4. ve9gra

    ve9gra Support Team

    You should use the module that was built and tested. I'm including the version that works with PHP-Nuke v7.6 and higher.

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