[EventCalendar] removing time

Matthew Binkowski matt at mattbinkowski.com
Wed Jun 28 00:47:28 UTC 2006


Cove,

That works perfectly. Any thoughts on how to make the calendar span  
multiple days instead of showing just one? If you go back here...

http://www.barbararubright.com

...the first line for the date displays only 1 date. It would be  
great to force it to display two. Also, I was wondering if it's  
possible to hide the main <li> that shows the date and just manually  
include the date span in the entry title when creating it in the  
admin interface?

Thanks,
Matt

Saying that a Jeep looks like a Hummer is like saying "The Beatles  
kind of sound like Oasis."


On Jun 27, 2006, at 12:29 PM, Cove Schneider wrote:

> And change it to something like:
>
>      $data['TIME']  =mysql2date($time_format,$entry->post_date);
>      $data['TITLE'] =$entry->post_title;
>      $data['LINK']  =get_permalink($entry->id);
>      $data['AUTHOR']=$entry->author;
>
>      // This is a copy of $template_event, but with out %TIME%
>      $t='<a href="%LINK%">%TITLE%</a>';
>      echo " <li>".ec3_format_str($t,$data)."</li>\n";
>      // Old event list display
>      //echo " <li>".ec3_format_str($template_event,$data)."</li>\n";

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