Timing off and Duplicate Event Name Question

WordPress Event Management, Calendars & Registration Forums iCal Extension Timing off and Duplicate Event Name Question

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  • #32025

    Hi, I was trying to setup an iCal sync to import a Google Calendar we publish our municipalities public meetings to. Most are all called the same thing say “Planning Board Meeting” they just have a different date (please note, these are not necessarily reoccuring on a schedule meetings).

    My initial import seemed to go well except some events have the wrong time imported on them. They are correctly listed on the google calendar but have incorrect values in the WP Event Organizer section. Along with this I also noticed that some are slightly funky with their slugs.

    I used a short code to list only current and future meetings on a widget list and on the widget list we have some that recognize they are identically named and have appended another identifier to its URL.
    ie: /events/event/groton-dunstable-regional-middle-school-council-meeting-6/

    However in my widget list I only see one future event happening for the URL ‘/events/event/board-of-health-meeting/’ however there are 100’s of past ones in the database. Not sure how this unique URL gets the correct data to display or what, but these ones are the ones that have the incorrect time associated with them also.

    Any suggestions?

    Michael Chiasson
    #32055

    Here is my feed if anyone has ideas. I also noticed its not fetching automatically.

    https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/grotonma%40gmail.com/public/basic.ics

    Michael Chiasson
    #32056

    What timezone setting is your site in?

    Stephen Harris
    #32057

    Nailed it! Thanks Stephen, I never even thought to check the times as all being -5 off!

    Michael Chiasson
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