Support » Plugin: Event Geek » Styling

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  • Plugin Author graphicgeek


    Hi Tintapixel,

    There are a couple of options.

    You can pick the predefined theme that is closest to what you want, and then use CSS in your theme’s style.css file to override the styles of that theme.

    Or you can use the jQuery UI theme roller to generate a css file. I’m working on a tutorial to better explain this, but essentially once you’ve generated your custom theme, you just have to pull out the css file and images and put them somewhere in your own theme, then put the url to that css file in the “Use your own theme” field on the Event Geek options page.

    Hope that helps.

    This solved my problem, really easy edit the theme via jQuery UI theme roller.
    Thanks a lot!




    I have used the jQuery UI theme roller to customize my calendar style – I have downloaded it onto my computer and now I am stuck.

    Have no idea where I’m suppose to “upload” or save the files and what the url is that I must enter into the plugin options.


    I was able to load the css and images to the appropriate event geek folders in my cpanel. Where do I obtain the url?

    Hi thinkcarma

    Can you please assist me w.r.t where to upload the css (and which one where)

    I also need to find our where to find the url.


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