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Define parent page / set events page in a level

  • I’ve used The Events Calendar on a few projects so far and am impressed with it. However, one really annoying thing for me is that you have to have the events page in a first-level directory. This is a problem because my events pages are often on a second-level page.

    Ex: http://www.mywebsite.com/about/events/

    One one site, I ended up setting up a redirect from the page I wanted it to be on to the first level directory (ex: Redirected from URL above to http://www.mywebsite.com/events/). This is not ideal, but it was a workaround, one that I’ll have to implement again if there is no other option.

    So! If anyone has a good workaround, let me know. Or, Modern Tribe people, if you see this, please consider this feature request!!

    I’m waiting on a client to approve the purchase of the PRO version (assuming we do go with it) and that’s why I’m posting here (don’t have access to the plugin’s forums).

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

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  • Hi relish1227,

    We do have plans to improve the customization of the permalinking structure but as of now there’s really no way around this. If you’d like to request this feature officially, please post to our User Voice page: http://tribe.uservoice.com/

    Thanks,
    Jonah

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