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  • I am using EM v5.1.3

    I am running WP as a multisite network. I did not install EM across the network. I am having each site install it on their individual blog as needed.

    By default, it appears that the “Email Settings” found under Events > Settings > Emails only shows when the system is not set up as multisite, but I would like individual blogs to be able to control those features, (especially their choice of notification name & email).

    I was able to edit em-options.php to allow for this, but this gets overwritten each time I update the plugin.Is there a way to include this change in a template (I tried dropping an edited copy of em-options into the plugins/events-manager/admin/ folder of my theme) ? Or is there an issue I should avoid that I am not aware of (which is why it is blocked in the first place)?

    In em-options.php I edited this:

    <!-- EMAIL OPTIONS -->
    <div class="em-menu-emails em-menu-group" style="display:none;">
    
    <?php if ( !is_multisite() ) { em_admin_option_box_email(); } ?>

    to become:

    <!-- EMAIL OPTIONS -->
    <div class="em-menu-emails em-menu-group" style="display:none;">
    
    <?php em_admin_option_box_email(); ?>

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-manager/

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  • Have you tried activating it to the main blog(or network-active) first? however we will still going to test this one and update you.

    Thread Starter manakuke

    (@manakuke)

    I did a network activation, but switch it back for two reasons. I did not want people using it immediately, or being confused by its possibility, without training and orientation on our end. Plus, since we are using it for University student organizations and staff groups, there are official hoops groups are suppose to jump through before doing certain types of events (which involves bookings and tickets) and we are not yet ready to provide this tool to every group without certain policies and practices in place. The second is that we are running way too many plugins and haven’t had a chance to test against compatibility with all of them. But, if running the installation as a network install is the best way, then we may have to adjust our priorities to accommodate as this plugin is superfab!

    Semi-related, when I did a network activation, it automatically added the necessary events/categories/locations pages which in turn added these pages to the navigation of some 200 blog sites. Right now, were only using on one activities programming site (for the time being). It would be nice to have an option to have the pages set to draft when doing a network activation. And then be able to individually publish the pages blog by blog (or in bulk) after activation to avoid sites not using the events system from having cluttered navigation that has no content.

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