.ics in URL in stead of /feed/…

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  • #37674 Reply

    Hi,

    I’m using Ical in several categories, of which one is:
    https://www.verwisseling.nl/events/category/geboekt/feed/eo-events/
    This works fine when importing in Google Calendar.

    However, another webdesigner now needs a straight .ics link in stead of the /feed/eo-events/ URL.
    Thus, he would like to have https://www.verwisseling.nl/events/category/geboekt/feed/items.ics

    Question: does the pro-version has a way to present a straight .ics URL, just as for instance Google offers direct .ics URL’s? Or is this other webdesigner asking for someting rediculous?

    Looking forward to your answer.
    Bests, Maurice.

    Maurice
    #37680 Reply

    Hi Maurice,

    No, Pro doesn’t offer this, but the URL should be usable – you generally don’t need the .ics file extension; in fact I’m not of aware of any reason you would need that.

    Most third-party applications should be able to import it from that url, and links to it should prompt the browser to download it as a file.

    Stephen Harris
    #37691 Reply

    Hi Stephen,

    I sort of expected your answer, but still: good to have your confirmation.

    Thanx!
    Cheers, Maurice.

    Maurice
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