[EventCalendar] Moved my blog, now EventCalendar won't work.

firetree_ec3 at spamex.com firetree_ec3 at spamex.com
Sat Feb 23 13:41:29 UTC 2008

Hi Ava,

Just looking at it, the problem doesn't necessarily seem to have to do  
with the location of things.

I noticed that the EC links are still "old style" (i.e. ?cat=3), where  
links everywhere else are "pretty" links.

I use "old style" links in my sites, so I'm not sure if this is an EC  
problem or simply a configuration issue.

Good luck with the band. You have a better site than many, so that's a  
good start.


On Feb 22, 2008, at 11:37 PM, Ava Essex THE NEW FORWARD wrote:

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> Hello all,
> I searched through the archives as best I could but couldn't find  
> anything that seemed helpful in this situation. Any advice would be  
> greatly appreciated.
> When I first started using Wordpress, I kept it in a separate  
> directory within my site (/wordpress). Yesterday I decided to move  
> everything from /wordpress to the root directory. I followed the  
> directions in the codex, everything went relatively smoothly and the  
> site works... Except for Event Calendar. When I click on a date on  
> the calendar widget that has an event scheduled, it still tries to  
> take me to the post at its old address in the /wordpress directory.  
> Also, when I try to go back a month or forward a month on the  
> calendar widget, it just keeps trying to load without resolving at  
> all. I've tried deactivating the plugin, uninstalling and  
> reinstalling, everything I can think of, but I don't know how to fix  
> it. Help?
> You can see what I'm talking about at www.thenewforward.net.
> Thanks in advance!
> Ava
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