Hi! On one of the websites I manage, I use WP Amelia, a popular plugin for appointments and events. I’m attempting to rebuild it using Cwicly, but I’ve noticed that the events calendar doesn’t work when the Cwicly plugin is activated.
Here’s a screenshot with Cwicly deactivated:
And here’s one with Cwicly activated:
As you can see, the calendar appears empty with Cwicly activated. I’ve checked the browser console for errors but didn’t find any.
- Cwicly Plugin version: 22.214.171.124.2
Sorry to hear about the trouble you’re experiencing.
I’m not familiar with this plugin but tried an installation on my side and couldn’t reproduce the error you’re experiencing, as can be seen here:
Is your Amelia plugin up to date?
How are you adding the shortcode to your post/page?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the quick response!
Indeed, it works fine on your test site.
I created a fresh install with only Cwicly and Amelia and it works there as well.
So, I’ll do some investigation because it seems there’s an issue with my current environment or another plugin.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Thank you for confirming this on your end!
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Thank you in advance.
This issue has been resolved now.
There was a CSS conflict. In the custom stylesheet, I had:
This was meant to target classes like
.grid-2, .grid-3, .grid-4 , etc. However, I found out that the Amelia calendar was also using a similar class,
.fc-daygrid-day-frame , and the CSS rule above was affecting this class as well, which disrupted the layout in the calendar view. I adjusted the CSS rule, and now it works fine.
Thank you for letting us know, @janisK!
Glad to hear it’s resolved on your end.
Please don’t hesitate to let us know if you have any other questions.