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MySQLi while loop for recurring event calendar

Thread began 8/21/2014 3:13 pm by Jason | Last modified 9/02/2014 8:24 pm by Jason | 1074 views | 7 replies

Jason

Hey Jason,

I know you said I was going to have to submit a premier support ticket for help with the recurring events calendar, but I think I've figured it out except I'm having one last issue. I'd love to post a working generic version of all the files to the forum when I'm done for others to use. The last issue doesn't really have anything to do with your products, but it does seem to be a simple php problem. I've had a lot of help from people I know here to get this far, but everyone seems to be stumped on this and I thought you might be willing to take a look and work your magic if I published a complete working version to the forums since I've seen a lot of request for it in the past.

The calendar is on the index page and on line 39 it gets the event data from the events page. If you view the source of events.php it's putting out the correct data string, however the calendar on index.php only displays the first event in each recurring event. The really strange thing is the if I copy the source output of events.php and paste it at the end of the events.php source code (and comment out the render_fccalendar_events(); function), the calendar displays the recurring events correctly. From what I can see it's the index page is getting exactly the same string either way, but obviously something is different.

If you're not able to provide support on this issue I completely understand. Just thought I'd ask.

Attached Files
events.php
index.php

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