I am working on customizing the CSS of an events list and am having a lot of trouble getting it to do what I want it to do.
I’ve found that the info-items are located in the shows-list.php file. Each item such as “TIme”, “Admission”, etc all have the same class of “gigpress-info-item”, which makes it very difficult to customize to my liking. I am going to edit the file and give them each their own semantic class names, however I’m afraid that future updates will overwrite my changes.
Could you please apply this on a global level? Below is an example of the existing code:
<span class="gigpress-info-item"><span class="gigpress-info-label"><?php _e("Admission", "gigpress"); ?>:</span> <?php echo $showdata['price']; ?>.</span>
What I’d like is for each info-item span to have its own class. I’ve added the class ‘admission’ to the first span and ‘price’ to the second:
<span class="gigpress-info-item admission"><span class="gigpress-info-label price"><?php _e("Admission", "gigpress"); ?>:</span> <?php echo $showdata['price']; ?>.</span>
Please consider making this change! 😀
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