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Ah yes, working much better now. Thanks
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Hello, I am new to loCalendar and I love it. I am having a problem with creating a link in an event. Like I see in other places people say to edit the raw html and I have done that. But, When I create a link and save it the link gets changed and then gets an error when trying to display it on my page saying that it doesn't exist. If I take the link and paste it into the a tab in Chrome it finds it fine.
The link is
ehub31.webhostinghub.com/~oursav5/misc/Bulletin - January 19 2014.pdf

when I create it in localendar it gets changed to
/ehub31.webhostinghub.com/~oursav5/misc/Bulletin%20-%20January%2019%202014.pdf

If I create a full link <a>link to bulletin</a> it doesn't like that either. Is there something special I am missing.
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I would start by putting "http://" in front of the link. If you don't have that, localendar will treat it as a local link (as would any web page) and not something on a different server.
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