Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » [Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar] Displaying Calendar as full-width

  • Resolved TribalDancer

    (@tribaldancer)


    Hello!

    I have been searching this afternoon for a solution, and am not seeing what I need. I hope someone can help me.

    I want the calendar view of All-In-One Calendar to display full width in my theme. Right now you can see that it is displaying as a “single post”, which puts it in a narrow container, with a widget sidebar to the right
    http://www.heyshaydesignsroot.com/nwbellydance/calendar/

    I would like to have no sidebar, and have the calendar fill the full width of the theme.

    I have some passing beginner skills in PHP, and more than passing intermediate skills in HTML and CSS, but am brand new to WordPress. I could use a quick nudge to help me create a new page type (assuming this is the DOM element that the calendar settings refer to?) in which only the calendar will display.

    Thanks in advance for any help you can provide!
    -Shay

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/

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  • Plugin Contributor Yani Iliev

    (@yaniiliev)

    Shay,
    You will need to create a new page template:
    1. Create a new file named page-calendar.php in your theme folder
    2. Copy the contents from page.php over to page-calendar.php
    3. At the very top of page-calendar.php insert the following html:

    <?php
    /**
     * Template Name: Calendar page
     */
    ?>

    4. Save the file.
    5. Login to your WP as administrator.
    6. Go to Appearance -> Themes
    7. Click Activate on a theme that you are not using at the moment.
    8. Once the theme has been activated, activate back the theme that you want to use.
    (note: this is needed sometimes because WP needs to refresh template files)
    9. Go to Pages->All pages
    10. Find calendar page and click edit
    11. At the very right, under Page Attributes, choose Calendar page for Template and hit Update.
    12. Now start editing page-calendar.php to adjust the design the way you want.

    Hello,
    I installed the plugin on my site today.

    When you click on the type of calendar you want or you want to change the month, there is nothing that changes! This must be the ajax does not work, I think. But how?
    My calendar : http://www.bons-plans-voyage-new-york.com/calendrier/
    And I don’t know how to remove the sidebar and the adsense ad like this website : http://liverunway.com/calendar

    How to make it work?
    Thank you in advance

    Alex

    Richard

    (@richardgirling)

    Hi alexlesbonsplans:

    In order to keep the WordPress forum organized, please can you create a separate thread for this question or – better yet – email us your question at help@time.ly where we provide premium support.

    However, I can tell you that this looks like a theme conflict, so first thing to try would be (temporarily) switching themes to Twenty Eleven and seeing if this resolves the issue. If it does, then consult this support article: http://help.time.ly/customer/portal/articles/676565-my-wordpress-theme-has-a-conflict-with-the-ai1ec-what-can-i-do-

    Because the original question of this thread has been resolved, I am now marking this thread as “resolved.”

    hello,

    I found the trouble.
    This is the plugin “Better WordPress Minify” blocking the plugin “All-in-One Event Calendar”.

    Richard

    (@richardgirling)

    Thanks for letting us know, alexlesbonsplans. If it is important for you to use both plugins, please send us the details of the plugin conflict to help@time.ly and we will look into this for you.

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