Support forumCategory: QuestionsAuthorize only returns my homepage
leestrayer asked 6 years ago

I currently have my wp build in a directory, and when I followed the google api setup and try and authorize the app, all I get is my homepage instead of the authorization screen. Is it because my current wp directory is /staging instead of ?

4 Answers
Nikola Loncar Staff answered 6 years ago

looks like there are some issues with parsing the url. Do you access you site with ? Best way is to have it locally set for example to and from there setup everything for testing purpose. If that is fine just swap stage with .
Best regards.

Consuelo_Daza Bertrand answered 5 years ago

Hi, Nokila.
I have the same problem.
My app is in
I created a gmail account and generated the api key.
but, when I try to authorize the api to access the calendar, redirects to and stays ‘stopped’. And does not proceed to select the gmail account.
I do not know what I’m doing wrong.
I’ve watched your video a thousand times, following all your directions
in my domain I have two different applications, each one in a directory.
Un saludo,
Consuelo Daza
when i 

Nikola Loncar Staff answered 5 years ago

Hi Consuelo,

you should then change the redirect urls to reflect your WordPress location. You can do that on Extension Google Settings page. I as see you have issue because redirect is on wrong url.

Best regards,

Consuelo_Daza Bertrand answered 5 years ago

Hi, Nikola
Forgive my insistence, but I need the plugin extension to work.
I can’t connect with google account.
I’ve followed all the steps you indicate in the video and when I press the’ authorize’ button, it redirects me to the domain root page: it doesn’t show me the gmail account to select from.
I followed the suggestion you made to me, but it doesn’t work.
¡muchas gracias!
Un saludo,
Consuelo Daza