Support » Plugin: Event post » Calendar css and a suggestion

  • I’m just testing this plugin here

    I cannot see why the css doesn’t work out of the box for the calendar on themes I have tested.

    I want to use this plugin in a local community setting where 99% of users would have real trouble adding custom styling, so wondering why it doesn’t style nicely in the latest wordpress themes.

    Have I missed something obvious?

    Otherwise most of it seems to work nicely (if I can work out child events).


    We are still using EventCalendar, now deprecated, which has a nice feature whereby events are forced into a category of your choosing:

    Event category:
    – Events
    – Whatever

    Show schedule within posts stream
    – show
    = hide

    Show events as blog entries:
    – Events are normal posts
    – Keep events separate

    (Keep Events Separate: the Event Category page shows future events, in date order. Events do not appear on front page.)

    I don’t know whether these would be useful additions or practically possible.

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  • Plugin Author Bastien Ho



    strangely, the CSS file redirects to the login page. It seems to be a setting in your website.

    Anyway, thank you for the proposals, we keep it in somewhere in the roadmap.

    Hey thanks

    I can see the main eventpost.css url is broken

    This is on a multisite subsite.

    I’ve checked the .htaccess and that looks right, what else could it be?

    In fact:

    The link before is re-written OK :- <link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’page-list-style-css’ href=’; type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />

    But not the event post one:

    <link rel=’stylesheet’ id=’event-post-custom-css’ href=’; type=’text/css’ media=’all’ />

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by ecce-homo.

    Oops that last update, a minute or so ago, kills my site completely and I now get a 500 error!

    I’ll check it on my local install:

    ( ! ) Fatal error: Call to undefined function gutenberg_get_jed_locale_data() in /Users/pi/Documents/Websites/ on line 29
    Call Stack
    #	Time	Memory	Function	Location
    1	0.0007	300640	{main}( )	../plugins.php:0
    2	0.0008	306896	require_once( '/Users/pi/Documents/Websites/' )	../plugins.php:11
    3	0.0011	368616	require_once( '/Users/pi/Documents/Websites/' )	../admin.php:13
    4	0.0012	385928	require_once( '/Users/pi/Documents/Websites/' )	../admin.php:31
    5	0.0013	398504	require_once( '/Users/pi/Documents/Websites/' )	../wp-load.php:37
    6	0.0017	523536	require_once( '/Users/pi/Documents/Websites/' )	../wp-config.php:101
    7	0.3367	38729712	do_action( )	../wp-settings.php:450
    8	0.3367	38730384	WP_Hook->do_action( )	../plugin.php:453
    9	0.3367	38730480	WP_Hook->apply_filters( )	../class-wp-hook.php:310
    10	0.4129	42781432	call_user_func_array:{/Users/pi/Documents/Websites/} ( )	../class-wp-hook.php:286
    11	0.4129	42781912	eventpost_list_block_init( )
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 1 month ago by ecce-homo. Reason: added the error

    looks like this is gutenberg related

    Bastian, it appears that omitting the https:// prefix breaks the css link


    Out of the box, what are the calendar nav buttons supposed to look like?

    It looks to me like the button colors are intended to be inherited from the theme, but in all the cases I have tried they need manual styling to show up.

    Is that the way it is supposed to be?

    Best wishes


    I need the calender nav buttons too 🙂



    To change the buttons you could do this in your custom css:

    button.eventpost_cal_bt {
        background: firebrick;
        color: whitesmoke;
        padding: 5px;

    But my community of users don’t know how to do basic things when setting up a website, so it would be a hard sell to get them to use the tool.

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