Forums » Plugin: Editorial Calendar » What is the css selector to change the height of the day cells in the calendar?

  • Resolved bhkh

    (@bhkh)


    This is such a great plugin! Does only one thing but it does it perfectly.

    Using the dev tools in the browser I’m not able to figure out how to change of the height of cells in the calendar. In my site I only schedule one post a day so the height of the cell could be half the default size.

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  • Plugin Author Zack Grossbart

    (@zgrossbart)

    Thank you for using the Editorial Calendar @bhkh. I’m glad it’s working well for you.

    The calendar determines the correct height of each day with JavaScript and there’s no way to change that with CSS. You can use the preferences to increase the number of weeks you’re looking at which will reduce the height of each day in the calendar.

    Does that do what you’re looking for?

    Thread Starter bhkh

    (@bhkh)

    Oh, that’s great! better than setting the css.

    Thanks for such a great plugin and for the quick response.

    Oh, and I noticed that in the plugin FAQ question “Can I see a demo of the calendar?” it doesn’t say the user name and password to use. It is in the text above, but it probably should be there too.

    Plugin Author Zack Grossbart

    (@zgrossbart)

    That’s great.

    Thank you for letting me know about the link from the FAQ. I used to have a plugin which showed the username and password to use on the login screen, but it stopped working with a WordPress upgrade. I’ve just installed a new one.

    Thread Starter bhkh

    (@bhkh)

    Ah, great. Thanks!

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