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  • Resolved tconner


    Does anyone know if it is possible to use different styles for different calendars? I have a calendar on my homepage which uses a modified version of the light.css theme. I am adding a new section to the site which will have another calendar which only shows certain categories of event; I’d like this calendar to use a different theme. Anyone know if this can be done? Thanks!

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  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson


    Yes, it can be done. It’s not particularly trivial, but doable.

    There’s a largely undocumented shortcode parameter called ‘id’. The default value is ‘jd-calendar’, and this provides the unique ID for the calendar. If you provide an alternate value for the ID, you can use that as a tag to provide different styles for that calendar than you’re using for your main calendar.

    There’s nothing so simple as just picking a different stylesheet for a particular calendar, however.

    Thanks! I will give it a try…

    Thanks, Joe! That worked nicely…
    I realize that this might be a little more complicated, but I thought it was worth asking:
    Is it possible to use different Target URLs for the event details’ links? For example, could all the events in a specific category have their event details open in a specific link? I’d like an event’s details to be shown on a page with a template that matches the event’s category. If you understand my question and if this is even possible, please let me know. Thanks!

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson


    Hmmmm…maybe. It would be complicated, if so, requiring a fair amount of work with custom templating. It’s definitely not something that can be done with settings.

    It would be complicated, if it’s possible – and I’m not sure that it is, at the moment.

    That’s ok… just curious. Thanks!

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