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  • Resolved Jonathan

    (@jonathanphf)


    I’m using the shortcode event organiser on a couple of different pages on my website. All great – except at one of those places I’d like to get rid of the bullet point. I wrapped the whole shortcode in a div and in my css theme (twenty sixteen child) I added
    div#my_div_id ul {
    list-style: none; !important}
    But it didn’t work!
    I’m obviously doing something wrong!
    Great plugin btw

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  • Plugin Author Stephen Harris

    (@stephenharris)

    Do you have a link to the site?

    Hi Stephen,

    Thanks for your reply. I solved the issue 🙂 The problem was a css fault higher in the theme someone had made for me… and I hadn’t spotted. Great plugin. Great blog (enjoyed your Brexit Argument Deconstructed!)
    For your interest the link: http://bristolreconnect.org.uk/get-involved/ (that’s me on the far right of the banner!)
    I’ve used your plugin more extensively on another page (Events) but also in the text of the paragraph headed ‘Volunteer Days’. The actual html / shortcode is:
    <div class=”inline_event_list”>
    [eo_events group_events_by=series event_category=volunteer-day showpastevents=false]We regularly hold volunteer days, working as a group to take on a bigger task. Our next volunteer day is on %start{l jS F Y,}% from %start{g:i a}%. You can also contact us if you’d like to be informed about future days.[/eo_events] </div>

    Thanks a lot

    Jonathan

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