Support » Plugin: Events Manager » Start time and end time on fullcalendar

  • Resolved generic0

    (@generic0)


    I’m using Events Manager along with WP FullCalendar, I have the full calendar on my events page.

    1. I would like to add a line of text above the calendar at the very top of my page – “Click on Class for more details.” I’ve tried using CONTENTS but that places the text below the calendar not above.

    2. I would like the events on the calendar to display a start time and an end time (one of your samples does but I’m only seeing the start time) I don’t see where the setting is for controlling that – In formatting I do see Calendar Day Event Listing but that doesn’t give the the option to list both start and end times for an event on a specific calendar day on the fullcalender.

    3. From a Single Event Page (I’m using pages not posts) how do I automatically get a link back to the Events page with my calendar on it? Is there and Event Related Placeholder to return to the event page?

    Thanks!

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

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  • agelonwl

    (@angelonwl)

    hi,

    1. I tried this one and seems to be working; similar post – http://wordpress.org/support/topic/add-content-under-calendar?replies=2

    2. This using WP FullCalendar – http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-fullcalendar/ ?

    3. Did you mean the events listing page? you can use a href to link back and then put it in Settings > Formatting > Events > Default single event format

    generic0

    (@generic0)

    agelonwl – thank you

    1. That code does work BUT it only places text below the calendar I would like to place text above the calendar. I tried placing everything in div’s, paragaraphs etc and the text alays goes below not above.

    2. Yes, as I mentioned I’m using WP FullCalendar.

    3. Thank you – why I was thinking I could not add HTML in there I don’t know LOL!

    #3 leads me to another question:

    4. when this plugin is updated will all the changes I made to the setting be overwritten?

    Thanks!

    agelonwl

    (@angelonwl)

    4. updating EM will also override all your changes within the EM directory however not the formatting settings within the admin dashboard; to make it upgrade safe try to use EM templates – http://wp-events-plugin.com/documentation/using-template-files/

    or http://wp-events-plugin.com/tutorials/how-to-safely-add-php-code-to-wordpress/

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    1. this should work, maybe try another theme to check if it’s that?

    2. see Events > Settings > Full Calendar Options > Event title format

    generic0

    (@generic0)

    Thank you both.

    Marcus – I did get the text above the calendar by placing CONTENTS after the text, if I placed it before the text it was positioned below the calendar.

    The setting worked as well however the start time is “bold” and the end time is not… and I had to add a dash to separate the two which I added in the setting… it all looks funky but I’ll see if I can tweak it, if not I’ll be back!

    Plugin Author Marcus

    (@netweblogic)

    sounds to me like you have a HTML/CSS issue then, maybe a missing tag somewhere or CSS floating things into the wrong place

    generic0

    (@generic0)

    You mean on the placement of the text above the calendar? It works so I’m cool! I’m using Thematic and a child theme with very few modifications, I don’t think there is anything that would effect it… but it works!

    The client is now asking to be able to print the calendar — is that possible? Has anyone had success using another plugin to print the calendar??

    agelonwl

    (@angelonwl)

    generic0

    (@generic0)

    Excellent – thank you!

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