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  1. This is a great tutorial! I've got the events calendar up and running and now I'm working on customization. Has anyone used this calendar with multi-day events? We have a lot of events that run on Saturday and Sunday. I could duplicate the event (ie "Day Two") as a separate entry if I needed to, but I wondered if anyone had tried multi-day events before a different way. I'm using the code snippet for allowing multiple events on one day, too, btw. Thanks!
  2. Thanks for the help, everyone! I re-uploaded the site without using a fresh install from @Macrura's directions, then used the admin password reset snippet from here and it worked.
  3. That folder has what looks like four session logs.
  4. Thank you for the help, everyone! My local machine is running version 5.4.10 and the server is running version 5.2.14. There's nothing in the logs folder. I'll turn on debug mode and see if that helps. Otherwise, I'll try @Macrura's suggestion.
  5. Still not working, unfortunately. EDIT: I'm definitely a novice when it comes to setting up servers, file permissions, and importing databases, so it's very likely I made a really simple mistake somewhere.
  6. Hey there! Yesterday I installed PW on my server and imported the DB from my local installation. Everything was going fine until today, when suddenly the admin password wouldn't work. On the login page I get the error "login failed," even though the password is absolutely correct. I uninstalled PW and tried a fresh install, and the first time after my login expired, I got the same error message, even though, again, the password is correct. Could this be some sort of server set up issue? I tried the "forgot password" module and haven't gotten an email. I also tried the code snippet I found in another thread to reset the password, and that didn't work either. Any insight would be much appreciated! Thanks!
  7. @horst -- That's a great resource, thanks! I've got it bookmarked. @Macrura -- Thanks! You inspired me to start writing out the way I'd do the architecture if I did pretty much everything in PW. I think I'm going to try it out and see how it goes. This thread is going to be a great resource. Does your site include any user payments that need to be kept track of? That's one part I think I might have to outsource.
  8. Thank you! I've looked at the blog profile a bit and it's a lot to take in, but I'm planning on pulling out parts of it to use for our news area. I did the basic news tutorial and it's a little basic for what we need (we've published around 500 articles in the last two years on our current Wordpress site). I'm still trying to work out how the CRM / website integration will work. We need a separate CRM to keep track of membership payments, benefits, and requirements, but because we're a sports league we also have some unique needs: Keep track of the games each team is playing and use the game data to feed into a complex ranking system (which right now is a mess of a php plugin that our previous web developer made for Wordpress) Allowing teams to add or remove players from tournament rosters Allowing a logged in team captain to create tournament or game pages on the website and allowing other logged in captains to register their team as attending that tournament I'm still trying to wrap my mind around the best way to structure all of this, and wondering how much makes sense to do in PW itself, so if anyone has any advice, I'd really appreciate it!
  9. Hi there! I just started using PW about a week ago and I'm loving it so far -- it's so much more powerful and flexible than Wordpress, where I came from. I don't think I'll ever go back to Wordpress unless I'm actually making a blog. I'm building a website for a sports league nonprofit, and the time has really come for a CRM / member management solution, because we have about 150 teams and each team has around 20 individual members each. We're looking into Salesforce, which I know can integrate with PW, but it has a lot of features we don't really need and doesn't seem like a perfect fit, so I'm looking into CiviCRM as well. Has anyone used CiviCRM with PW? I know they have a version that integrates with Wordpress, and does anyone have any idea how hard it would be to tailor to work with PW? I'm on the beginner end of the intermediate spectrum with PHP; I've built tons of Wordpress templates with a lot of customization, though I trip up a bit with object-oriented PHP. I have a lot of time to learn and improve, though! Thanks in advance!
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