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I've tried posting to a different section on the forum and I send an email but I've not received a reply yet so I'm trying here.

 

I am having difficulty getting the "upcoming events" spud displaying on a joomla site. It seems to work fine in other joomla sites I have. The main js error I'm noticing in firefox is

 

this.spuds.resize is not a function

 

the spud is failing to load. My test site is at http://www.library.highgatevt.org/

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Hi tjrac,

We haven't yet used Trumba with Joomla or other CMS products here, but a few of our customers have done so successfully in the past. Take a look at the following thread, and let me know if it addresses what you're seeing.

Trumba and Joomla

 

If this doesn't help, you could search for other Joomla threads here on the forums, to see if any of them contain any additional info.

 

Jill / Trumba UA

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Actually the posts on the forum already are talking about embedding the main calendar. That really is not a big issue with joomla as you can just post a url in the "wrapper component" as seen at http://www.library.highgatevt.org/componen...pper/Itemid,45/.

 

When I try to embed a upcoming events spud in the sidebar module I get "this.spuds.resize is not a function" and the code tries to load but never succeeds. This can be viewed on the homepage at http;//www.library.highgatevt.org/.

 

However, this is not happening on the main domain at http://www.highgatevt.org/. I've tried both the old and the new code at http://library.highgatevt.org/ and I just can't seem to get it to load. The only thing I can think of that is different between the sites is the php.ini setup at Dreamhost. I was experimenting with the settings (I actually I had a programmer do it) in order to gain some control over rss feed refreshing. I was unsuccessful but I've not changed the configuration back to the original state. could that have anything to do with it?

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I think that I have discovered the problem. I upgraded a commenting component which was supposed to resolve js conflicts but for some reason it produce a problem with trumba. I reinstalled the older version and the problem with the trumba spud seems to have gone away.

 

Thanks!

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Hi tjrac,

Thanks for your additional information! How wonderful that you got things working. I'll let our developers know. If you think it would help us to know the name of the commenting component (if I'm understanding correctly that it's a product/program?), feel free to PM me or post it here. Thanks again!

 

Jill / Trumba UA

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