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Trouble exporting calendars

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    I noticed that when I am in month calendar view and for an example, let’s say the URL ends in /all-events/2017-10/, when I click to view the next month the URL changes to /all-events/2017-11/.

    The issue I am running into is after I click to the next month, anytime I go to a month after that, the new calendar views loads, but the URL stays /all-events/2017-11/. Then when I go to export the calendar as a .ics file it keeps downloading the month that the URL is stuck in, in this example November.

    Any advice on how to fix this would be appreciated.

    Thanks!
    Tyler

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    Hi there Tyler,

    Thanks for getting in touch with us and sorry to hear about this issue… Let’s see what’s going on under the hood…

    Inspecting your site I see there are a couple of JavaScript errors in the browser console:

    I’ve rechecked the same on my local and the URL is always updating when I change the month, so this seems to be caused by the theme or maybe by the first error about Google Fonts not being loaded by https. I suggest you start by fixing this error and then re-check!

    Best,
    Nico

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    Thank you for the quick response!

    I went through and fixed the Google font error that the console was throwing and took a look at the error you pointed out about failing to execute ‘pushState’ on ‘History’.

    I noticed that when I first load the events page to the current month and I hover the link to go to next month (may), the URL is ‘https://boulderjct.org/all-events/’. After I click the link and go to may, if I hover over the link to go to the next month (june) the URL becomes boulderjct.org/all-events/2017-06/. So for some reason, the ‘https://’ is being stripped out after the first click. Would there be any way to force this link to always use ‘https://’?

    Thanks again for all of your help.
    Tyler

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    Scratch that last response. I figured out how to make the link use https://.

    Thanks,
    Tyler

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    Stoked to hear you could sort this out Tyler! Awesome work 🙂

    I’ll go ahead and close out this thread, but if you need help with anything else please don’t hesitate to create a new one and we will be happy to assist you.

    Best,
    Nico

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