[uf-discuss] H2VX combines multiple fragment identifiers
bjonkman at sobac.com
Mon Nov 9 16:58:05 PST 2009
Thanx, Tantek! Escaping only the '#' wasn't sufficient, but escaping all
non-alpha did the trick for the download URL:
The problem still exists with the subscribe URL, tho. It's the same
escaped URL, appended with &subscribe=Subscribe :
(which looks like &subscribe=Subscribe in HTML)
When I refresh the link in Thunderbird Lighting it still shows both
Evolution strips off fragment identifiers and the &subscribe=Subscribe
parameter, and changes http:// to webcal:// Nothing appears in the
calendar (but there's no error either).
Google Calendar returns the error "Could not fetch the url because
robots.txt prevents us from crawling the url."
FWIW, as a Web page author I find the H2XV site a bit awkward to use --
it's difficult to find the URLs to use in my Web page. As an end-user it
fine to have the H2VX bookmarklets in my toolbar, but as a page author I
can't be sure everyone has the bookmarklets or Operator installed.
(added to http://microformats.org/wiki/h2vx#feedback )
Tantek Celik wrote:
> Bob, try using the UI at http://h2vx.com/ics/ to create the download link - it will escape the # in the URL correctly.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bob Jonkman <bjonkman at sobac.com>
> Date: Mon, 09 Nov 2009 17:59:13
> To: Microformats Discuss<microformats-discuss at microformats.org>
> Subject: [uf-discuss] H2VX combines multiple fragment identifiers
> Hi: I have two meetings on a web page, identified with
> <div id="meeting1" class="vevent">
> <div id="meeting2" class="vevent">
> I want to use h2vx to create the .ics for only the first meeting:
> Download hCalendar.ics file
> But the hCalendar.ics file contains both meetings.
> Does H2VX support fragment identifiers? If not, I'd like to submit a
> feature enhancement request... I seem to recall successfully doing this
> with Brian Suda's X2V, but not with Technorati's service.
> Real-world example is at http://sobac.com/pvgp/
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