Support » Plugin: Events Manager » Conditional shortcode in single event view make H into H 2

  • Resolved Gaetan69


    Currently i have:
    {is_long}#D #d #M from #H:#i until #@H:#@i{/is_long}
    {not_long}#D #d #M from #H:#i until #@H:#@i{/not_long}

    As a place holder for the time and date in a single event page, which works fine btw.

    But: is it possible to render a different time in this view:
    Say i create a new event from august 7 18:00 to 00:00 that it would render:august 7 20:00 to 02:00

    So that the H in the statement is conditional and that i can make it: H+2 ??? i tried all kind of syntax to achieve this but to no succes yet, i must be overlooking something!

    Why? Well i am also using full calendar which renders a nice month view table with coloured bocks as events, but with evening events like partys that go past midnight it renders an event spanning two days (as a two day event) which i do not want, so this could be a work around.

    Any help is appreciated!

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  • caimin_nwl


    NetWebLogic Support

    Can you clarify in what situation you’d want to make the H conditional? I’m not too clear on that bit. Thanks.



    yes: I am also using wp full calendar.
    The site i am currently working on caters Salsa training and also parties. These are mostly evening/night events. when an event is from say: friday 20:00 until saturday 02:00 this event will render in the month view of wp full calendar as a two day event (a block that spans two cells of the table) I want to prevent that but i cant seem to hack that month-view table (with my lack of code skills) to make the event show up as a not-long event so i thought of a workaround: i create a event from 18:00 until 24:00, so it will render just in one cell of the month view and in the single event view it will still be announced the correct way (H+2) so from 20:00 untill 02:00
    Does this make any sense?

    am afraid that this is not available at the moment you might need to create custom conditional placeholder for this and this tutorial can help you get started –

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