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  • Resolved southeyblanton

    (@southeyblanton)


    I am using the Tribe Event Planner plug-in as it is the only event plug in allowed at our university.

    I have been viewing the page source for like an hour trying to track down what the class/id is so I can try and remove the header link from the All Events page.

    Any clue as to where it is, the individual event pages are easy to change in the custom CSS using .tribe-events-pg-template but I cannot for the life of me find how to change the page for all events.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Check out the classes being added to the <body> tag. Those will likely be the most useful:

    .post-type-archive-tribe_events
    .tribe-events-page-template
    .tribe-js
    .tribe-filter-live
    .tribe-events-uses-geolocation

    Thread Starter southeyblanton

    (@southeyblanton)

    Thanks for your help.

    It looks like .post-type-archive-tribe_events was the one that did it. I had to throw in an additional “h1” and “a” to specifically hide the large header link on the page, but I appreciate the assistance!

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