Activating Pro 2.0.2 breaks backend
Just purchased Events Calendar Pro and installed 2.0.2 After activating the Pro component the wp-admin breaks and I cannot access any part of the backend of the website (error 500). Front-end still seems to work ok with the exception of the upcoming events widget being missing. I have been using events calendar for a while without pro. I have tried activating pro with the free part deactivated and the plugin activates no problem (of course its not useable without the free part active). Activating the free part after also breaks the backend.
Edit: Im using WP 3.3.1
Hi Sam. Thanks for the note. This should definitely not be happening – are you by chance running Events Calendar PRO 2.0.2 against a non-2.0.2 release of Events Calendar, ie 2.0.1? You should have the two consistent. Let me know if that’s not the root of the problem here and I can keep looking into it for you.
Thanks for confirming that it’s a conflict with another plugin, Sam. While we do what we can to provide integration tips with other plugins, it’s not an exact science so it’ll be hard to get everything 100% smooth. I would be happy to get a copy of PRO over to the dev behind WPtouch, and to work with them on whatever they need, to try and make things work…feel free to pass that along if you’re posting this same issue on their forum.
I’ve also now discovered that activating Simple Facebook Connect breaks the iCal feed. Running feed validator shows the feed not validating even with SFC disabled (http://feedvalidator.org/check.cgi?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.hcfsidney.ca%2Fevents%2Fical%2F). I checked another person’s site and they get the same syntax error I get.
The only difference with SFC active is that the feed appears to be empty…weird!
Conflict Report to WPTouch
Conflict Report to SGC/SFC
Otto from SFC, SGC, STC suggested that something like this could be an issue:
I get the gist of it but it is still a bit over my head. Sorry I’m not more help
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