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  • Resolved matt6303

    (@matt6303)


    I found your code for a ‘gce-add-text-to-widget’ plugin in another support case from last week, and applied it to my site. Works great!

    My question: I have two calendars that I am displaying on the site, but this code applies the text to all widgets regardless of which calendar. How might I make the text conditional, so that the widget displaying calendar 1 gets different text (which is a link to a page displaying the full calendar) than the widget displaying calendar 2?

    Thanks!

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

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  • Plugin Contributor Ross Hanney

    (@rosshanney)


    Hello,

    I tried adjusting the functionality plugin I posted before to allow this, but it was a bit messy (it required knowing the ID of each widget, which isn’t simple to find).

    However, I have just updated the development version of the plugin, adding an option to the widget settings that allows you to specify some text / HTML to be displayed at the bottom of each widget.

    I did a little testing, but if you notice any bugs / problems with this, let me know.

    Ross – I just realized that I never replied to let you know that the development version is working fine on the site. Thank you for your quick response and good work!

    Plugin Contributor Ross Hanney

    (@rosshanney)


    Great! Thanks for reporting back.

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