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[resolved] Swapping Position of Event Details and Default Single Event (3 posts)

  1. charmedlife
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    The contributors to this thread did us all a favor, in spite of the fellow who initiated it gave up just before hitting paydirt: http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-events-made-easy-does-nothing-at-all?replies=5

    Please look at my single event page, that I made using bwp's suggested code: http://collegetuitionadvice.com/advice/events/4/college-financial-planning-workshop-redlands/.

    Is there a way that I could swap the position of the RSVP stuff and make it come out BELOW the html that I used in the details wysiwyg editor? Here is a video I made to be as clear as possible about it: http://youtu.be/wcDVRhInHIk

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-made-easy/

    Here is the code that I used in the Default single event format in settings:

    <b><p style="float: left; width: 44%; text-align: left;">#D, #M. #j, #Y -- #_12HSTARTTIME to #_12HENDTIME</p>
    <p style="float: left; width: 48%; text-align: right;">#_LOCATIONNAME, #_ADDRESS, #_TOWN</p></b><div>&nbsp;</div>
    <div>&nbsp;</div><div>&nbsp;</div>
    <div class="sep">&nbsp;</div>[events_if tag='#_IS_RSVP_ENABLED' value='1']<b>Look below for details, or register:         </b>#_PRICE each #_ATT{priceinfo}#_ADDBOOKINGFORM<div class="sep">&nbsp;</div> [/events_if]
    #_NOTES
    <div class="sep">&nbsp;</div>
    #_MAP
    <div class="sep">&nbsp;</div>
    <b>Directions</b> (click "Get Directions"): #_DIRECTIONS
    <div class="sep">&nbsp;</div>
    <b>Event Categories:</b>  #_CATEGORIES
    <div class="sep">&nbsp;</div>
    [events_if tag='#_IS_LOGGED_IN' value='1']
    [events_if2 tag='#_IS_RSVP_ENABLED' value='1']
    <b>Attendees: (Only Visible to Staff)</b> #_ATTENDEES<div>&nbsp;</div><b>Availability:</b> #_BOOKEDSEATS seats booked, #_AVAILABLESEATS available<div class="sep">&nbsp;</div>[/events_if2][/events_if][events_if tag='#ESC_CATEGORIES' notcontains='Non-Org']<b>Event Contact:</b> #_CONTACTNAME, #_CONTACTEMAIL, #_CONTACTPHONE<div class="sep">&nbsp;</div>[/events_if]<div>
    Click #_ICALLINK or  <a target="_blank" href="http://www.google.com/calendar/event?action=TEMPLATE&text=#URL_NAME&dates=#_{Ymd}T#H#_{i}00/#@_{Ymd}T#@H#@_{i}00&sprop=#URL_EVENTPAGEURL&location=#URL_ADDRESS,#URL_TOWN&details=#URL_LOCATION">Google Calendar</a> to add to your calendar.<div>&nbsp;</div></div>
    [events_if tag='#_IS_LOGGED_IN' value='1']
    #_EDITEVENTLINK this event listing<div>&nbsp;</div>[/events_if]
  2. Franky
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Not that difficult: the html you enter in the wysiwyg editor is shown by the #_NOTES placeholder, while the signup form is conditionally shown by the #_ADDBOOKINGFORM placeholder.
    So moving the part with the #_ADDBOOKINGFORM below the #_NOTES part should help you.

    Read up on all placeholders for events here:
    http://www.e-dynamics.be/wordpress/?cat=25

  3. charmedlife
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Thanks a lot! Starting to get it all figured out. I will post another question that I have in another post.

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