[Pro] PHP script calendar

I bought a Booking Calendar from PHPjabbers.com after reading how good they were and checking their demos for myself. I am trying to insert this calendar into a page on a website and I’m getting a missing plugin error in all the browsers I try (Safari, Firefox, Camino, Opera).

As far as I know all my plugins are up to date, but I am more concerned that my customer (and the general public logging on to use his site) will not be able to see the calendar.

Has anyone had similar trouble and overcome it, or does anyone know what I’ve done wrong?

the URL is http://www.nottinghamgraphics.co.uk/amanzi

It is the Booking page where the calendar is (supposed to be). As you will see the rest of the website is good to go, and my customer is getting itchy.

Please anyone?


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It looks to me as though you dragged the PHP calendar script into
Freeway, and Freeway inserted it as a plug-in content item. But that’s
not how PHP works. Try this:

Open the calendar script in a proper text editor, like the free
TextWrangler (http://barebones.com) or TextMate or similar. Copy the
text of the script into the clipboard, and then draw a Markup Item
roughly where you want the calendar to appear, and paste the code into
the dialog box that appears on your screen. When you okay that dialog,
you will see a box on the screen with a little < H > in the corner. To
edit the code, click once on that box and choose Item / Modify from
the main menu. To change the shape of the box, just drag it around
like any other page item.

You will also need to change the filename extension of your page
from .html to .php in order to signal to your server that it should
parse the page for PHP code.

Walter

On Nov 12, 2009, at 7:25 AM, Paul Hibbert wrote:

I bought a Booking Calendar from PHPjabbers.com after reading how
good they were and checking their demos for myself. I am trying to
insert this calendar into a page on a website and I’m getting a
missing plugin error in all the browsers I try (Safari, Firefox,
Camino, Opera).

As far as I know all my plugins are up to date, but I am more
concerned that my customer (and the general public logging on to use
his site) will not be able to see the calendar.

Has anyone had similar trouble and overcome it, or does anyone know
what I’ve done wrong?

the URL is http://www.nottinghamgraphics.co.uk/amanzi

It is the Booking page where the calendar is (supposed to be). As
you will see the rest of the website is good to go, and my customer
is getting itchy.

Please anyone?


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Walter, you’re a life saver. Check out the same URL to see how it works.

I realise I’m in over my head here. This is my first website and there’s just so much I don’t know yet . . .


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I am reactivating this website (customer took it offline last year) and having made some text amends I uploaded everything again.

The Booking Calendar is not working again and I don’t know what is wrong.

The php and all its bits are in a folder called ‘calendar’ - does this go in the ‘Resources’ folder?

http://www.amanzi.org.uk


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The php and all its bits are in a folder called ‘calendar’ - does this go in the ‘Resources’ folder?

Unlikely but without being able to read the php code we can’t tell. We can read the html but the php is invisible to a browser.

If you can use http://pastie.org/ to show us the code then we can advise.

David


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I think that the calendar folder should be at http://www.amanzi.org.uk/calendar

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I had it there for a couple of hours and still no good - after I move it how long does it take before it shows?


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Do I need to run the Install.php script again or can I just copy the files back into the website folder on the server?


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Hard to say without seeing the actual script. Is this open-source code that you can share freely, or did you pay for it? If the latter, then can you point to the developer’s documentation page?

Walter

On Oct 3, 2013, at 3:35 PM, Paul Hibbert wrote:

Do I need to run the Install.php script again or can I just copy the files back into the website folder on the server?


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This is paid for script - I’m pretty sure that the script is OK, just not sure I’ve reuploaded it right


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I been on the developers support site but there’s no help there.


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http://www.amanzi.org.uk/calendar/readme.html

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So my advice would be to run the install script again.

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