Event details with 100 % width

This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Stephen Harris 2 months, 3 weeks ago.

Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #35069

    We bought the plugin Event Organiser Pro in january and are now almost done with our programming. The view of the venues with the possible events are already nice:
    http://neu.lymphologic.de/kursangebote/kursorte/hamburg/

    But the detail page of the event is only displayed on a width of around 70%. It seems that the width of the blog posts is used here. But a column (left or right) is not provided.

    You can take a look to a event-detail page:
    http://neu.lymphologic.de/kursangebote/kurs/manuelle-lymphdrainage-kpe-hamburg-14-10-2019-bis-08-11-2019/

    How can we set this to 100% width? (Out WordPress-Theme is AVADA.)

    Jochen Schwarzkopf
    #35154

    Hi Jochen,

    It looks like you’ve resolved this, but for other users facing a similar problem: The plug-in by default uses the theme’s single.php template and automatically inserts the event content. If you create a single-event.php in your theme it was use that template instead, but it will not automatically insert the event template. There’s an example event-single.php template in the templates directory of the plug-in, but that is for illustrative purposes only – and won’t necessarily work for your theme.

    One option is to take a copy of a template from your theme that is close to what you want, and then add

     eo_get_template_part( 'event-meta', 'event-single' );
    

    where you want the event details to appear.

    Stephen Harris
Viewing 2 posts - 1 through 2 (of 2 total)
To enable me to focus on Pro customers, only users who have a valid license for the Pro add-on may post new topics or replies in this forum. If you have a valid license, please log-in or register an account using the e-mail address you purchased the license with. If you don't you can purchase one here. Or there's always the WordPress repository forum.