I have just installed the time.ly All-in-One Event Calendar, a wordpress plugin on this wiki/blog. It’s rather cool, you can view the one event, a test on this wiki via the calendar page and here. The event has an “add to calendar” widget, which I have been playing with on other blogs. It displays a map if you want. It’s much faster than Nationbuilder.

I need to see if we can restrict users to posts (type=events).


Sometime in 2018, a version upgrade claimed that this failed to compile the CSS, WTF? Here is the error message …

Their page has gone away but I found this, How to Increase the Maximum Upload and PHP Memory Limit which states that wp-config.php file needs to be amended and the php.ini. They state that where the php.ini cannot be obtained then the memory limit can be set in the local .htaccess. This article also stated that the default wordpress memory was set at 32M. I tried this and it did not work, but I need to check that the number’s were right, it seems that one needs to allocate twice as much in the ,htaccess as in the wp-config file.

I rang IONOS who stated that the php.ini file cascaded and so a partial file would work. Let’s try this next and although I don’t believe them, the last time I didn’t they were right. I chatted with them, today, and they created two files,


containing the lines,

memory_limit = 524M;
upload_max_filesize = 1024M;

This seems to have fixed it, once I cleared the cache, we’ll see next time I need to post an event.

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