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I'm creating a gaming site that has a fixed width like this site, but the middle area is a little smaller than ocPortal's.

Because I use both side blocks, things may tend to get a little squishy. For this reason, I created a separate zone for the Calendar viewing. I made all the correct redirections when menu editing.

Now comes a spot I am stuck in.

I created a side calendar listing block. Within this block it lists the events for that day only. When you click on the daily event, it bring you to the more detailed daily event. However, the link goes to site/index.php?page=calendar&…. and not events/index.php?page=calendar&…. (my redirection link).

So when someone clicks the event and views it through the non-redirection… it gets a little squishy and looks really UGLY!

Is there a file I can edit that will quickly change site to events for my calendar's block side calendar listing?



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Most blocks, including this one, can take a 'zone' parameter, to specify where to look for the associated module.


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Surprised I didn't notice that before. Thanks, Chris!  ;)

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