Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » Re-sizing the Posterboard

  • streibig


    hello, this plugin is simply amazing. It looks extremely professional and has some seriously awesome features, like the posterboard. I had a few questions concerning the posterboard specifically.

    1) As it sits in my site, my editor says the width is set to 720px. Is this through some sort of automatic function that could be somehow conflicting with my template? Or is this defined somewhere specifically where I can change it to 940, the normal width as all the other calendar types show up.

    2) If I can resize it, will that allow me to have more than 3 items in line. As it sits now at 720, it only allows for 3 items. By widening the container, will it automatically allow more items to sit inline?

    Thank you very much in advanced, again, either way this calendar plugin decimates all others I have ever used, great job!

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  • streibig


    To give you an idea of what im talking about, here is the link:



    Hi Streibig,

    Sorry for the late reply. The calendar resizes according to the space made available by your specific calendar theme. So in order to increase the size size of the calendar, you would need to increase the size of the container on your WordPress theme.

    Also, to some extent you can adjust the size of the events in the Posterboard view from the WordPress dashboard > Settings > Calendar

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    Thank you for this very complete plugin. I’m using the calendar in posterboard view, and I was wondering how I can make it full width, instead of having marging left and right. Having
    .ai1ec-posterboard-view .ai1ec-event-wrap {margin: 6px;} set to 0, the posterboard goes full width but you loose inner separations. Any clue about how to have have full width and preserve inner seperations? Thank you very much in advance…

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