[EventCalendar] removing time

Matthew Binkowski matt at mattbinkowski.com
Thu Jun 29 15:09:48 UTC 2006


No I haven't seen it done like that before. I wonder if it's possible  
to just enter the date in the event name field and remove the LI that  
displays the date on the actual screen.

Matt

On Jun 29, 2006, at 11:04 AM, Cove Schneider wrote:

> Oh, I see... I'm not sure since AFAIK ec3 doesn't support multi-day  
> events. There's no place to set the duration of an event, so it  
> would be tricky. Have you seen someone using ec3 like that? If so  
> you could ask them what they did.
>
> Cove
>
> On Thu, 29 Jun 2006 5:53 am, Matthew Binkowski wrote:
>> Sure,
>>
>> This is what it looks like right now:
>>
>> http://www.barbararubright.com/ec/before.gif
>>
>> and this is what I want it to be:
>>
>> http://www.barbararubright.com/ec/after.gif
>>
>> Matt
>>
>>
>> On Jun 28, 2006, at 8:43 PM, Cove Schneider wrote:
>>
>>> I'm not sure if I follow your two questions here. Can you give  
>>> before
>>> and after examples?
>>>
>>> Cove
>>>
>>> On 6/27/06, Matthew Binkowski <matt at mattbinkowski.com> wrote:
>>>>
>>>> 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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