Support » Plugin: Event Single Page Templates Addon For The Events Calendar » How to move title and info above featured image

  • Resolved supermum76

    (@supermum76)


    Hi, thank you for creating such a great tool.

    Im trying to move the event title and information which are layered on top of the event featured image above the featured image.

    Do you know how can I create a custom css in order to achieve that.

    With best regards C

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  • Thread Starter supermum76

    (@supermum76)

    Also how can I move the map under venue details please?

    Plugin Support Jyoti Bhandari

    (@jyoti197)

    Hi @supermum76,

    Move title and for above-featured image:-
    Please use below described custom css in plugin settings

    .epta-title-date {
        bottom: auto !important;
        top: 0px !important;
    }

    Hope it will help you

    Thanks & Regards

    Thread Starter supermum76

    (@supermum76)

    Thank you for the speedy response. But Also how can I move the map under venue details please? thanks.

    Plugin Support Jyoti Bhandari

    (@jyoti197)

    Hi @supermum76,

    This is not possible using custom CSS. after the customization code you can change the map positions.

    Thanks & Regards

    Thread Starter supermum76

    (@supermum76)

    Hello

    1. how can I move the title completely above the picture please? Not over the top of the picture. Here you can see example on Airbnb site. Airbnb example

    2. How can I add a border line colour to box please?

    3. I made my background box colour white. But now my share icons won’t show up. Can I add specific css for the share icons to manage their colours please?

    Plugin Support Jyoti Bhandari

    (@jyoti197)

    Hi @supermum76,

    1. Sorry our plugin’s current version does not support this feature.
    2. Please provide us which box you want add stlyling.
    3. Add this css class and you can handle styling of share button
    #epta-template.epta-template-1 .epta-share-area a {
    color: #983131 !important;
    }

    Thanks & Regrads

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