All-in-One Event Calendar
[resolved] [Plugin: All-in-One Calendar] Leave End Date and End Time blank (8 posts)

  1. jumust
    Posted 4 years ago #

    The End Date and End Time is auto-populate in admin, is there a way to leave these fields blank in case I don't want to set up End Date and End Time of some events?


  2. theseed
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Right now, that's not possible.
    To be announced option will be available soon.

    if your event starts today, when does it end?

  3. jumust
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Specially about End time, event organizers don't want to show a fixed end time...because there is not

  4. theseed
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Yes, I understand that but how would we display the event in different views.
    Say you go to the day view and the event X starts on the start date but when does it end? In an hour? in half an hour? at the end of the day?
    When we implement the TBA(to be announced) option we will probably set the event to end in 1 hour after the start date - in all cases we will need to set some end date.

  5. jumust
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Ok Thanks! I understand
    I'm trying to find a workaround at least in the front end in the single post/event page, so that it doesn't show up the end date
    like I did for the agenda view http://screencast.com/t/kaRti9uXmBG

    I see in the single-event.php that the start/end date is outputted by this function event->timespan_html

    Is there a way to edit this function so that I can hide the end time in the front-end? Which file should I take a look?

  6. jumust
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Any ideas? I don't mind about the admin if it's not possible.
    Just I need to hide the end time in the single event page

    Please advice...Thanks

  7. Yani Iliev
    Plugin Contributor

    Posted 4 years ago #

    If you set the end time/date to be exactly the same as the start time/date only the start time/date will be shown.

  8. maddi
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thank you yani.iliev for your workaround! :)

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