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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Please don't take this the wrong way, but you should not be using classic or template default. Any upgrades will wipe out all your hard work and make your life miserable.

    There might be one small argument for not using a custom directory, but the only one I can think of is that you will totally abandon your current cart on upgrade.

    Anyway, if you do a View Page Source in your browser by right-clicking on your site, you should see what folder the system looks in for the stylesheet.css. There will be a line near the top of the view source that shows it loads the stylesheet.css. That folder should be your custom, but, if you see classic or template_default, that is what you would use in your case.

    I'd still investigate the override system in the Tutorials?FAQs section. As Monk says, "You'll thank me later."
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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Nice one. Thanks a lot! I have just installed it - I tweaked a little with the layout etc.

    www.redinstead.com.au/index.php?main_page=events
    Jen

    Red Instead design. print. web. photography.

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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Thanks! Glad it's working for you.

    The beautiful thing about Zen Cart is that we take the cart or a mod and tweak a little here and there. Next thing you know, we have a unique presence on the web.

    Lookin' good, mate!
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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Hello again,

    Hey not taken in the wrong way at all, im glad of the advice !

    I will try and see if I cant get this working over the weekend.

    Many Thanks



    Quote Originally Posted by dbltoe View Post
    Please don't take this the wrong way, but you should not be using classic or template default. Any upgrades will wipe out all your hard work and make your life miserable.

    There might be one small argument for not using a custom directory, but the only one I can think of is that you will totally abandon your current cart on upgrade.

    Anyway, if you do a View Page Source in your browser by right-clicking on your site, you should see what folder the system looks in for the stylesheet.css. There will be a line near the top of the view source that shows it loads the stylesheet.css. That folder should be your custom, but, if you see classic or template_default, that is what you would use in your case.

    I'd still investigate the override system in the Tutorials?FAQs section. As Monk says, "You'll thank me later."
    Regards,

    Chris (CCN1)

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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Hi there,

    Just downloaded the schedule.
    All seems to be working except I still get a blank page.
    I have the link, I have the admin portion under extras okay as well as the eventz portion working too.
    I am using 1.3.8a and have no other mods in play.

    Any reason why my mainpage for the events is blank?
    I am workin on my local server for testing.

    Bill
    Last edited by billscheltema; 15 Feb 2009 at 10:22 PM. Reason: wrong info

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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Hi,

    I also went to phpMyAdmin and saw the table and the 2 listings I added, so the sql patch worked out.

    Bill

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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    I am using a Template By ZenCart-jQuery

    Bill

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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Bill,
    Do you still have the no-go when you switch back to Classic?
    I notice the site you gave is pulling that template.
    I haven't had time to really research, but I think you may find it smoothes out with classic.
    Also, it would be nice to see a page source for your events page to see where it stops.
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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    Thank you for your speedy reply,

    If I remember correctly I tried the classic template, and no link showed up.
    I am not at home but will confirm tonight, because I am testing it locally.

    Am I also to assume that the eventz folder is optional as well?

    Bill

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    Default Re: Scheduled Events Add-On

    I was in a hurry myself and failed to mention that you would need to load the files designed for a custom folder into the template_default directory when switching to classic.
    The eventz folder (which should be renamed if installed) is for those folks who aren't comfortable with the phpMyAdmin manipulations. phpMyAdmin on your local machine is probably faster.
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