The Events Calendar is currently rendering as a completely blank page. It should show a standard calendar interface embedded in a frame:
(Testing on Ubuntu 12.04 + FF 23)
Is the linked Google-Calendar available?
Fixed the extension (problems with write permission on the smarty template directory), but the Calendar still doesn't show up.
Can someone verify the Calendar can be loaded without authorization?
Looks like there still might be a problem on our end.
If I copy the calendar ids from this page and use them instead of our calendar ids, they still render as blank:
However those ids are working properly in the example use of the widget on that page.
Here's a wiki test page that uses the known-good urls from mediawikiwidgets.org:
(please feel free to edit/change anything on that page when testing :-)
Which browser are you using? It seems that it does not work with FF 23, but fine with Google Chrome and Safari
(In reply to comment #5)
> Which browser are you using? It seems that it does not work with FF 23, but
> fine with Google Chrome and Safari
Yes, I've been testing with the same laptop with Ubuntu 12.04/FF 23, but a quick test with Chromium 28.0.1500.71 confirms that the calendar renders properly in that browser.
It seems that it's not working on our wiki, while it's working on Wikipedia itself. So I assume it might have something to do with the source code of our website - even in Firefox, I can see the iframe tag in the HTML source, it's just not displayed properly.
Anyone with web development skills has more insight on what might be wrong?
After changing http to https in link for iframe, calendar is rendered just fine. Tested in Chrome Version 31.0.1650.63 m
I'm talking about calendar available on test page provided by @Qubit.
(In reply to comment #3)
> Looks like there still might be a problem on our end.
> If I copy the calendar ids from this page and use them instead of our
> calendar ids, they still render as blank:
> However those ids are working properly in the example use of the widget on
> that page.
Here's a quick comparison between the software running on the two servers:
MediaWiki 1.20alpha (r114928)
PHP 5.3.10 (apache2handler)
TDF Wiki: NOT WORKING
MediaWiki 1.21.3 (54f7112)
PHP 5.3.10-1ubuntu3.9 (apache2handler)
Of course, it's possible that the problem could be attributable to mediawiki extension interactions, port/firewall restrictions, etc...
Ok, for 100% problem is with calling insecure content (http) in iframe on secure page (https).
After unblocking insecure content in Chrome, calendar works just fine.
(In reply to comment #11)
> Ok, for 100% problem is with calling insecure content (http) in iframe on
> secure page (https).
> After unblocking insecure content in Chrome, calendar works just fine.
Here's Mozilla's page about it:
Looks like this is affecting multiple pages of ours, including the Nabble mailing list interface:
It appears that the best-practice is for us to use secure (HTTPS) content in these situations (perhaps putting in a request upstream for non-TDF infra when necessary)
fixed the widget to use protocol independent URL (//) instead of hardcoding http:// - that way it will use the protocol of the current page (i.e. for our wiki https)