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WordPress 3.0 and Gigs Calendar

My plugin had a slight (and easy to miss) compatibility problem with the new version of jQuery that came with WordPress 3.0.

I’ve just released a fix in version 0.4.8 for that.  It should show up in your dashboard soon.

Update: I left some debug code in that will cause problems for some people.  I’ve released an update that has all of that removed.

43 Comments

  • Andrea says:

    I’ve updated right now Gigs Calendar and as happened a while ago, I can’t use anymore the plugin (can’t set new events and anything else), but the gigs set are still shown.

    I tried to replace the plugin folder with the one of the weekly backup, but nothing happens.

    Any ideas?

  • Steve says:

    It works again! You’re the best.

  • Andrea says:

    Unfortunately it doesn’t work despite the update. I will describe this problem anyway, just to let you know:

    it happened even in previous versions: when you click “events” or “archive” or anything else you want to set… it loads nothing.

    That’s bad news for me, whatever I want to say: keep up the very good work!

  • Fili says:

    Why not include the .po files for i18n?

  • Fili says:

    Great thanks!

  • Fili says:

    I asked because the event-label “Who” doesn’t translate. I’m not sure why not, I figured it was missing in the .mo file. But it seems that thats not the case (meaning it is in the .po/.mo file, however still not translating). Any idea?

    Regards,
    Fili

  • James says:

    Thanks for the help Dan, worked perfectly!

  • Ben Davis says:

    Same problem as Andrea.

    Updated to the latest version of Gig Calendar and the admin pages don’t load.

    Please help!!!!

  • Ben Davis says:

    The wordpress admin pages load fine, it’s just the Gig Calendar admin pages don’t load.

    I’m on WordPress 3 and the latest Gig Calendar.

    Could you have a look inside if I gave you the login details?

    Thanks

  • Marco says:

    Hi, I also have problems with Gigs Calendar 0.4.9 and WordPress 3.0
    It doesn’t show up anything and i can’t change settings or whatever…
    Can you help me?

    Thanks!

  • Ben Davis says:

    Dan, sent you an email direct with my wp login details as the contact form didn’t want to work for me at http://co.deme.me/contact/

    Many thanks
    Ben

  • Zelda says:

    Hi Dan, I thought your plug-in was the answer to my prayers but unfortunately I’m having the same issue as a few others…
    - when I set the gig calendar options and [save] it reverts back to default
    - calendar does not show on my assigned page
    - I do not see anywhere to create gigs/events

    I have the latest version of WordPress 3.0 and gig plug is 0.4.9

    Thanks for your time,

    Zelda

  • mat says:

    Hi, thank you for your work. I like to try Gigs, but after the activation the option page in admin-panel doesn’t appear correctly. On that page I can see the title “Gigs Calendar”, 3 different links (on the italian version are “Impostazioni” “Considerazioni/Bugs” and “Riconoscimenti”) and nothing else.

    If I try to click on any link, an ” moment…” loading bar appears for just a moment, but nothing changes and the page still remain blank.

    My WP version is 3.0, and I’m running on a Linux Server with PHP 5 installed. Is there something I can do? :-)

    thx.

    • mat says:

      forgotten details:
      I’m using the 0.4.9 version of Gigs and the problem (similar to Zelda’s one, I think) is the same on Chrome, Firefox and Safari (on MacOs X).

    • Dan says:

      Could you send me a login to dan@ this domain?

  • chris says:

    hi,
    one question, when i include the link to rss feed and open it in a browser, there are no gigs in the feed. any ideas how come?

  • Wes says:

    Hi Dan!

    First of all, thanks for making this great plugin and keeping it up to date!

    I do have an issue which I’m having a hard time figuring out, although it’s probably quite easy to solve.
    I’m making a wordpress-theme for a friend of mine, and we’d like a small block in the index-page to show the list of upcoming gigs.
    I have set up the plugin so that it puts the gigs in a ‘Gigs’ page, and I have tried to include the ‘Gigs’ page in the index.php (with a normal php include statement).

    However, when I set the ‘normal blog filtering’ setting to ‘No’ (meaning it doesn’t show up as regular blog posts), I can’t seem to be able to retrieve the gigs through the normal wordpress Loop.
    Once I turn the filtering off, it does work, but all the gigs show up as regular posts (also in the admin section, which messes things up a lot).

    Is there something I’m overlooking?

    Thanks in advance!

    Wes

    • Dan says:

      No, you’re not overlooking anything. That behavior is because of the way that I had to display those posts before the new functionality of WordPress 3.0. Unfortunately, to use the new functionality is going to involve a pretty large overhaul, so I haven’t gotten around to properly fixing it yet.

    • Dan says:

      By the way, are you just trying to show a list of gigs on your home page, like on the gigs page, or are you trying to show the individual posts?

    • Wes says:

      Thanks for the quick reply!

      I’m trying to just show a list of the gigs, linking to individual posts might be something for the future.
      But for now the main thing is to just show a list on the frontpage of the gigs, where and when they’ll be.

    • Dan says:

      Basically, you can look at the PHP code that generates the Upcoming Gigs widget. You might want to create a new template (link about that below), but that’s how you’d do it.

      http://dev.blogsforbands.com/gigs-calendar-template-system/

    • Wes says:

      Yeah, I’ve been trying that aswell as trying the gigs-list.php code in the basic template. No luck so far sadly.

      It seems the $gigs variable remains empty and I haven’t quite found out how to access its data.
      Thanks for the help though, I’ll keep fighting with it a bit ;)

  • Dan Gillogly says:

    You are spectacular! thank you for this fix on a phenom plug in. We’ve been using this for many moons now. We are in the process of redesigning our site and this is the one plug that is staying active.

  • Ben Davis says:

    Really need to get this working on 3.0!……

    • Dan says:

      Could you try temporarily disabling your other plugins? If Gigs Calendar suddenly starts working, re-enable them one or two at a time to see if one of them breaks it.

  • Ben Davis says:

    Legend!

    It was an apache password protect plugin not allowing gig calendar through.

    Many thanks Dan, you’re a gent

  • Wes says:

    I’m sorry for bothering you again, but I can’t get my list to show up.
    Somehow I can’t access the $gigs variable, it’s still “NULL” when I try to echo it even from somewhere in the main page.

    However, I know the gigs calendar works, because if I set it up as ‘normal blog posts’, they do show up in the Loop.

    Could you give a short example of how to access the gigs data?

  • Mike says:

    Hi,
    any word on this being fixed? Pretty sure most people are using 3.0 by now and this doesn’t work at all. thanx.

  • Jeff says:

    Hey Dan:

    Thanks again for the plugin. Been using it the last couple years.

    2 questions for you:

    1. Any thought on adding an import/export data option? I can use that because I have 2-3 schedules on different websites I can sync better if I have the export / import option.

    2. Add a photo to the gig – Then I can have different photos show up next to the event.

    Thanks again!

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