Support » Plugin: The Events Calendar Shortcode & Block » ecs-list-events displays Recurring event data

  • Resolved thewoosh

    (@thewoosh)


    Hi
    I have upgraded to the pro version so I can include recurring events.
    Unfortunately where I use ecs-list-events shortcode to list brief description of upcoming events, I now find that information about recurring events is included covering multiple lines.
    I tried adding css to hide class recurringinfo ( .recurringinfo {display:none !important;})but for some reason this hasn’t worked.
    Can you suggest how I might suppress this info from listing?
    Thanks

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  • Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    Hi @thewoosh !

    Do you have a link to a page where you’ve added this on? Also, where did you add the CSS? It might just be the CSS not taking effect because of something in your theme or elsewhere.

    thewoosh

    (@thewoosh)

    Hi Brian.
    I have tried adding custom css:
    th.sorting_disabled {
    writing-mode: vertical-rl !important;
    }
    …so as to only affect this table header but it still doesn’t work. You can see it here https://www.schoolofmovementmedicine.com/who-we-are/new-trained-professionals-page/
    the first table is manually constructed and the second is produced by your plugin (I have now moved to a full-width layout because of the problems with sidebar)

    Thanks for looking 🙂

    Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    Hi @thewoosh !

    I don’t see any ecs- output on that page, perhaps you mean another one?

    Cheers!

    thewoosh

    (@thewoosh)

    oops! working on two things at once (plus the dreaded chrome copy and paste bug!)…
    How about this: (it’s the second table):

    https://buckfastleigh.gov.uk/upcoming-events/

    thewoosh

    (@thewoosh)

    what I’m trying to do is hide the multi-line recurring events section, as I want one line per entry…. Please ignore the misleading second post above – that was a bout a completely different problem with another plugin!

    Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    I was just going to say, there’s only one table 🙂

    It should be more than doable with a bit of CSS, for example:

    
    .ecs-event .recurringinfo {
        display: none;
    }
    

    There’s a video here I made on how to add the CSS and help finding what to change in case it’s needed:

    or a longer version with more examples of finding rules to override:

    Hope that helps!

    Yes that worked fine in the end – I had been trying to override css in the customize panel which I hadn’t realised was also in the child theme css page and it didn’t do anything!
    Now working fine with the css you suggested.
    Many thanks

    Plugin Author Brian Hogg

    (@brianhogg)

    No problem, great to hear!

    If you have a moment, you can add a review of the plugin and our support here:

    https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/the-events-calendar-shortcode/reviews/

    Cheers!

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