Support » Plugin: WP Conference Schedule » Remove track name from session?

  • Resolved knoglas

    (@knoglas)


    Hi,
    I have three questions:

    1. How can I remove track name from session in grid? The column name is already track name. Track names in sessions is good to have in responsive mode but not necessary in desktop mode.

    2. How can I change the color of a specific session?

    3. I want to have several schedules in different pages (will represent different days solved with tabs). How can I do that?

    • This topic was modified 3 months ago by knoglas.
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  • Plugin Author Steve Jones

    (@stevejonesdev)

    Hi @knoglas,

    1. You can hide the track name from the sessions by using CSS and setting .wpcs-session-track to display: none;

    2. If you want to change a specific track color you can use CSS and target the name of the track by class name .wpcs-track-[your track name here]. If the track name is Track 1 then the CSS class would be .wpcs-track-track-1.

    3. If you want different schedules and multiple pages, you would just create a new page and add the schedule using the block or shortcode with the date you would like to display.

    Thread Starter knoglas

    (@knoglas)

    Thanks,
    But I would like to change the color of a specific session. Would that be .wpcs-track-session-1 (if the session is called session-1) ?

    Could you please write the whole CSS code for me? Thank you very much.

    Thread Starter knoglas

    (@knoglas)

    Also,
    Is there a way to change the Height and also the font of a session?

    Plugin Contributor Amber Hinds

    (@alh0319)

    Hi @knoglas,

    To change the color with the session name, you want to use code like this:

    .wpcs-session-session-1 {
        background: #ccc;
    }

    The font would be changed with a font-family attribute on the same element, and height would be height. Here’s an example of that:

    .wpcs-session-session-1 {
        background: #ccc;
        height: 300px;
        font-family: Arial;
    }

    Here are some resources for learning CSS, which is what you’ll need to reference if you want to customize this further:

    Good luck!

    Thread Starter knoglas

    (@knoglas)

    Thank you,
    But the css does not change anything (going thru Customize and Extra CSS) on that current page.

    wpcs-session-session-1 {
    background: #FFFFFF;
    height: 50px;
    font-family: Arial;
    }

    For example. Am I missing something?

    And thanks for the links, will study them =)

    Plugin Contributor Amber Hinds

    (@alh0319)

    You have to have a period before the class name to target by class.

    Please make sure you’re using .wpcs-session-session-1

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