Support » Plugin: Events Manager » Name of Event Showing Up Twice On Page

  • Resolved abriel_s


    In all of the single events pages, the name of the event shows up twice on the page. You can view an example of this here:

    I’ve tried to:

    • make sure I didn’t duplicate this twice in the Events > Settings > Formatting > Events, in the Single Events Page format, making sure I didn’t duplicate the #_NAME variable twice, but isn’t. The following is the code I have:
      <h2 id='eventprevtitle' class='sectitle'>Event Details</h2>
      <div id='event_container'>
      	<span class='events_times_and_date'>#_12HSTARTTIME | #l, #F #j, #Y </span><br/><br/>
      	<div id='eventpage_desc'>#_NOTES</div>
      <div id='eventpage_image' >  #_EVENTIMAGE </div>
      <br />
      <div id="event_info_box">#_LOCATIONMAP
      <div id="event_details_box">
      <span class='event_info_label'>VENUE:</span>
      <span class='event_detail'> #_LOCATIONNAME</span> <br />
      <span class='event_info_label'>ADDRESS:</span> <span class='event_detail'>#_LOCATIONADDRESS </span><br />
      <span class='event_info_label'>COST:</span>
      <span class='event_detail'> #_ATT{Cost}</span>
       <br />
    • Creating a duplicate of the bookings-event-printable.php file, editing out the <h1><?php echo sprintf(__('Bookings for %s','dbem'), $EM_Event->name); ?></h1> to make sure it wasn’t showing up. No result.

    In the browser, this is what shows up when I check the HTML:

    <div id="main">
    <div class="post-40214 event type-event status-publish hentry">
    <h1 class="title">Russian National Ballet Theatre: Don Quixote</h1>	<div class="entry">
    	    <h2 class="sectitle" id="eventprevtitle">Event Details</h2>
    <h3>Russian National Ballet Theatre: Don Quixote</h3>
    <div id="event_container">
    	<span class="events_times_and_date">7:00 PM | Tuesday, January 22, 2013 </span><br><br>
    	<div id="eventpage_desc"><p></p><p></p><p>Get swept away by Cervantes’ imperfect hero, Siegfried’s misplaced affections, the neighborly struggles of the Montagues and Capulets, or the simple poetry of Chopin-inspired dance with the Russian ballet tradition.</p>
    <p>Contact Name: Krannert Center Ticket Office</p>
    <p>Contact Phone: 217/333-6280 or 800/KCPATIX</p>
    <p>Contact Email:</p>
    <p><a href=""></a></p>
    <div id="eventpage_image">  <img alt="Russian National Ballet Theatre: Don Quixote" src=""> </div>

    Where could the possible duplicate be coming from? Any suggestions/help would be greatly appreciated!

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  • hi,

    few things to try:

    – enabling/disabling title rewriting at Settings > Pages > Event List/Archives > Disable title rewriting

    – enabling/disabling Override with Formats at Settings > Pages > Event Pages

    – see this previous thread

    Or have you tried to temporarily:

    – deactivating all other plugins to see if this resolves the problem. If this works, re-activate the plugins one by one until you find the problematic plugin(s).
    – switching to the default theme to rule out any theme-specific problems


    I actually figured out after enabling/disabling the Override with Format in the Settings > Pages > Event Pages, it’s somehow the formatting of just the singles page.

    But, I overrode the singles page setting, enabling whatever features I wanted and still don’t know how to disable the second showing of the event name.

    I figured out a CSS solution work-around for the moment, but it seems the event, being displayed as a page, causes the blog post title to also be the title of the event.

    Here’s the CSS I used to get rid of the duplicated title:
    #main .event .title { display: none; }

    If anyone has a better solution, please let me know.

    Plugin Author Marcus


    NetWebLogic Support

    i think your theme is adding the first one, and you are adding the second one (the one in the h3 tag) in your format.

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