I transferred the files, changed permissions, and ran install.php. Success!
Then I tried to run .../cal/index.php assuming that "index" is the default... nada - it took me back to the install page.
so I went down a directory to cal/cl_files/index.php and it takes me to a login form. So, I have two questions:
1) What is the php file to run the program? .../cal/cl_files/calendar.php give me a blank page
2) I can't find anything in the documentation about a login name and password for the administration of the calendar...
ps - do I need to change permissions back to prevent hackers from creaming my calendar directories?
OK - I see that I hadn't manually deleted the three files the install told me to, so I did, and got the username and password for controlling the
So - I created a new calendar called clowns, and deleted the demo calendars. Still can't figire out the "link" (file to run) to get my calendar to run.
Also - seems like the permissions have to be set awfully loose to run this... what am I missing?
Please read Adding calendar code to your page section of product documentation ( http://www.softcomplex.com/products/php_event_calendar/docs/ ).
I saw the "adding code" section and made a new .php page and put the code in... instead of looking like a script page, it looked like a
bunch of code on a page.
So my question is, which page do I ad this code to? calendar.php? index.php? a new page?
I tried calendar.php and get the error
Parse error: parse error in /home/bektashc/public_html/cal/cl_files/calendar.php on line 14
I am afraid I need more detail than add the code to the beginning of the page... :(
Which page exactly, and where in the beginning? The VERY beginning? somewhere in with all the other path data?
Then I am afraid I'm in the same boat with the code below that... "Code inserting for events listing" et. al.
Where EXACTLY does that code go?
Thanks for your patience.
You should add those codes to the page you want your calendar to appear on.
You should insert the following code:
in the beginning of the page, i.e. somewhere before calendar call: