Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » [Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar] excusion of "ai1ec_event" in the event detail url

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  • Plugin Contributor Yani Iliev


    Yes, we will probably add it in the settings in one of the next releases but for now the only way to do it is by editing the following file:
    line 178
    Change from: 'rewrite' => true,
    Change to: 'rewrite' => array( 'slug' => 'ai1ec_event' ),

    You can change ai1ec_event to anything you want.

    Ahh so glad I found the answer to this. Keep up the work guys, this plugin is dank!!!!

    Hi there, I hope that someone can help me. I have tried the suggestion to change the default directory structure of the “all-in-one-event-calendar” as described above. It works and the directory is changed. However my page now does not exists: any idea why that is?


    Ok – I have found out what is causing the page not exists error – after changing the settings as above – you need to visit your permalink settings and save it, this will activate the change as above and the page (directory change) will now work!


    Thanks for posting the fix to what you were experiencing, it will help others

    who can i do the same for the botton “back to calendar”:

    “categories” botton :
    to ?

    Plugin Contributor Yani Iliev


    You will have to edit app/view/class-ai1ec-agenda-widget.php file
    Lines 163-212

    thnx a lot yani

    Hi! How to remove “ai1ec_event” from the names of pages and bread crumbs. here aScreenshot

    Awesome post!!! Thanks for all the information everyone!!

    Thank you for the information. I also was wondering how to change that section of the URL.


    You can create custom page for ai1ec_event. The method has already been described.
    Here it goes again:
    1. Create single-ai1ec_event.php file
    2. Copy the code from single.php file inside your WP themes folder and place it inside single-ai1ec_event.php, you’ve just created in the first step.
    3. Put single-ai1ec_event.php inside your themes folder. (not inside ai1ec theme but WP themes).
    4. Inside newly created file you will find a line of code calling for header – get_header();
    5. Create a custom header file which will be called only from single-ai1ec_event.php
    5.1 To create it just copy the one inside your theme’s folder and rename it like: header-YOURNAME.php
    5.2 Change the “yourname” part however you want.
    5.3 Call newly created header file from single-ai1ec_event.php file by replacing: get_header();
    with: get_header(“YOURNAME”);

    That is it!
    Now you can edit just the custom header as you prefer.
    If you have trouble getting around the breadcrumbs, just remove them or make the rule.

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