Support » Plugin: Modern Events Calendar Lite » Hide “Google Calendar” and “ICal/Outlook” buttons on single past event

  • Resolved jfk105

    (@jfk105)


    Hello, thanks for the great plugin!
    I’ve created a page with 2 colums :
    left column shows Past Events List
    right colum shoow Oncoming Event List
    When I click on one oncoming event it opens the single page view and that’s all ok.
    Same for past event (an event before today, expired)… so in the single page view of this type of event (EXPIRED) I would like to hide Google Calendar and ICal/Outlook buttons because the event should no longer be added to calendars.
    How to do this?
    Thanks in advance
    J

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  • Plugin Author Webnus

    (@webnus)

    Hello @jfk105,

    We need to know the steps to replicate it.

    Would you please provide us with some screenshots and images of the errors you faced step by step?

    I would then forward it to the developer team to fix the issues in the upcoming updates. There is nothing to be worried about, we will fix the issues, I also appreciate you for reporting the issues. Please provide us with more details, a screenshot, or any documentation so we can find the issue.

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    Best Regards

    It doesn’t sound like an error. JFK wants to be able to hide information in expired events. This is necessary. Similarly I would like the option to clearly state an event is expired somewhere on the event page Ideally this would be a normal style elementor text element which only displays when an event is expired. A conditional toggle would easily resolve this.

    OR you could add ” do not show for expired events”/”only show for expired events” in your settings pages. You could add an “expired events” setting page for this.

    Like JFK’s request, imho, this should be part of the system to have expired/upcoming conditional visibility toggle on all MEC elements.

    Plugin Author Webnus

    (@webnus)

    Hello @conradish,

    Thank you for your information,

    Unfortunately, this option is not available but please submit your requests here and if your request is already submitted, you can vote it. We would check them and the one with votes would be selected to be included in the next updates. https://webnus.net/modern-events-calendar/feature-request/

    Best Regards

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