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How to show endhours in the main view

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  • I too am facing the same dilemma. If you do find a way please post. It will be of immense help. I too am, in the meanwhile trying to play with the code.

    Till now I have ended up here.

    [code] <table class=”wcs-schedule”>
    <tr>
    <th></th>
    <?php foreach ( $weekday_names as $weekday ): ?>
    <th><?php echo $weekday; ?></th>
    <?php endforeach; ?>
    </tr>
    <?php foreach ( $start_hours as $start_hour ): ?>
    <?php foreach ( $end_hours as $end_hour ): ?>

    <tr>
    <th class=”wcs-hour-title”><?php echo $start_hour; ?> – <?php echo $end_hour; ?></th>
    <?php foreach ( $weekdays as $weekday ): ?>
    <?php echo WcsSchedule::model()->renderClassTd( $classes, $start_hour, $weekday ) ?>
    <?php endforeach; ?>

    </tr>
    <?php endforeach; ?>
    <?php endforeach; ?>
    </table>
    [/code]

    Thanks in advance.
    Debashis

    I too am facing the same dilemma. If you do find a way please post. It will be of immense help. I too am, in the meanwhile trying to play with the code.

    Till now I have ended up here.

    <table class="wcs-schedule">
    	<tr>
    		<th></th>
    		<?php foreach ( $weekday_names as $weekday ): ?>
    		<th><?php echo $weekday; ?></th>
    		<?php endforeach; ?>
    	</tr>
    	<?php foreach ( $start_hours as $start_hour ): ?>
            <?php foreach ( $end_hours as $end_hour ): ?>
    
    		<tr>
    			<th class="wcs-hour-title"><?php echo $start_hour; ?> - <?php echo $end_hour; ?></th>
    			<?php foreach ( $weekdays as $weekday ): ?>
    			<?php echo WcsSchedule::model()->renderClassTd( $classes, $start_hour, $weekday ) ?>
      			<?php endforeach; ?>
    
    		</tr>
    	<?php endforeach; ?>
            <?php endforeach; ?>
    </table>

    Thanks in advance.
    Debashis

    the problem is i think you don’t have the value for $end_hours in the the view. i think you have to pass the value from the controller or from the module to the view. i tried also different things but was not able to fix it with my php knowledge.
    would be awesome if somebody could help .

    I have tried reformatting the database with added rows for $end_hours, but with failure. Even I checked with the entire database structure but the values are not being called, even though the id that’s being used is storing the data fed. I am in a fix now as how to proceed.

    Please guys we need a little help out here!

    @deb65 did you already find a solution. still trying but didn’t found a way till now?

    @sketch200 I have really lost it. Tried even contacting the plugin support but no use.

    I tried editing the database too by adding some custom fields and calling them in the script but it seems the fields are being truncated somewhere. Its getting frustrating.

    Please if you do get a solution post it here.

    Thanks

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