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[resolved] Show Location in Agenda view under the title (5 posts)

  1. jumust
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I'm trying to edit the agenda.php to display the location in the Agenda page but can't get it working.

    I tried two solutions:

    1. Adding the location code from event-single.php file

    <th scope="row" class="ai1ec-location <?php if( ! $location ) echo 'ai1ec-empty' ?>"><?php if( $location ) _e( 'Where:', AI1EC_PLUGIN_NAME ) ?></th>
    			<td class="ai1ec-location <?php if( ! $location ) echo 'ai1ec-empty' ?>"><?php echo $location ?></td>

    2. Using CCTM I added a text custom field for the "location" and output in agenda.php with

    <strong>Event City</strong> <?php print_custom_field('eventcity'); ?><br />

    Both didn't work, the ajax keep loading forever or just broke the page.


  2. Richard
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi jumust,

    This question will require someone from the dev team to answer it. They are currently working on the latest (1.8) release, so the answer may take a while. If you need an immediate answer, you can get a quote from our fee-for-service division: jenna@theseedstudio.com

  3. jumust
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Just I wanted to understand if I can use a simple wordpress custom field with your plugin in the agenda view.


  4. Ula Szczepaniak
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi jumust,

    If you want to display the location view you should go to Settings->Calendar in your dashboard and check "Show location in event titles in calendar views" option.


  5. iawo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Checking the option Show location in event titles in calendar views actually does not work.

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