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[resolved] upgraded to 3.0.3 all styles gone (6 posts)

  1. visinno
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    Where is the style sheet for this. I am willing to redo the styles but can't find it. My late husband did all the work on it so please help me either fix the upgrade problem or get me to the correct style .css file. Both the Event List and Calendar have no styles.

    http://northcantonohio.gov/

    This is the site, the "Upcoming Events" on the home page is what was messed up the worst, it did look like the far right widget. I would be happy if I could get rid of the 40px left padding and the 12px top and bottom margins. The calendar itself is also messed up just point me to the correct .css and I will fix that.

    Thanks for the help,
    k

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/the-events-calendar/

  2. Andy Fragen
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    visinno, sorry about your husband.

    If his previous changes were in TEC 2.x then you'll need to see if he created a THEME/events/events.css folder/file combination for overriding CSS. If not, then start by creating a folder in your current, active theme directory named 'tribe-events'. Inside of that folder, create a file named 'tribe-events.css'. Now we can start fixing.

    add the following to the new 'tribe-events.css'

    ol.vcalendar { padding-left: 0; }

    That should clear up the left padding. Are you sure you don't want the 12px top/bottom margins? If you do just add the override to the same selector.

  3. visinno
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    ok, I tinkered with it and it is better.

    Is there a .css for the actual calendar? or am I altering the .css I just created to get the formatting back on the calendar itself?

    You have been a great help, thanks k

  4. Andy Fragen
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    You don't want to edit the core plugin CSS for the calendar. What you want to do is add your changes or overrides to the 'tribe-events.css' file that you created.

    So you are going to be adding all your changes to the tribe-events.css file.

  5. visinno
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    Ok, I can work that way. It is great to have an answer. Now I am very afraid of updating any plugins. This is the 4th update in 3 months that has had a really bad effect on a site of mine. Nothing like getting thrown into something!

  6. Andy Fragen
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    The benefit of making your CSS changes for the calendar this way is that they will persist after any update.

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