[EventCalendar] Maroon date

Marcus Lopez marcus at integratecreative.com
Tue Oct 28 18:26:49 UTC 2008


I did the CSS fix and made a comment in my CSS to remember what it was  
for. I try to stay away from the PHP as much as possible. Thanks you  
guys for the quick response. Thanks for all your hard work. I digg  
this plugin.

Marcus Lopez | Creative Director
marcus at integratecreative.com
p. 817.691.2013
INTEGRATECREATIVE

On Oct 28, 2008, at 1:20 PM, Rick Boatright wrote:

> arrrggghhhh.  That's bug number _TWO_ in bigcal.
>
> So, the code that's putting the schedule IN the post is here:
>
> function ec3_filter_the_content(&$post_content)
> {
>    if(!$ec3->hide_event_box)
>        $post_content = ec3_get_schedule() . $post_content;
>
>    $return_this = $post_content;
>    if(preg_match("[EC3BigCalendar]",$post_content)) {
>         $calendar = ec3_get_calendar("ec3default",1);
>         $ec_match_filter = '[[EC3BigCalendar]]';
>         $before_large_calendar = ec_strstr($post_content,  
> $ec_match_filter, TRUE);
>         $after_large_calendar  = ec_strstr($post_content,  
> $ec_match_filter, FALSE);
>         $return_this = $before_large_calendar . $calendar .  
> $after_large_calendar;
>     }
>     return $return_this;
> }
>
> You can delete the first IF and the line right after it that inserts  
> the schedule.
>
> I'm going to have to go back to the php-debugger to figure out why  
> the if isn't triggering when you flip the hide the schedule setting
>
> In the mean time, just delete those two lines and you should be all  
> good.
>
>
> On Tue, Oct 28, 2008 at 12:36 PM, Marcus Lopez <marcus at integratecreative.com 
> > wrote:
> that is what I thought. I do have it set to hide. is there anywhere  
> in the code I can hard code it for now?
>
> Marcus Lopez | Creative Director
> marcus at integratecreative.com
> p. 817.691.2013
> INTEGRATECREATIVE
>
> On Oct 28, 2008, at 12:27 PM, Damon Timm wrote:
>
>> If you go to Settings --> EventCalendar there is an option to hide
>> this. Is called "show schedule in posts" I think. Set it to "hide
>> schedule."
>>
>> Hope that helps.
>>
>> Damon
>>
>> On 10/28/08, Marcus Lopez <marcus at integratecreative.com> wrote:
>>> How do I hide the Maroon date that shows up in the post? You can see
>>> it here on this post. I am using EC3.Bigcal
>>>
>>> http://www.ourelevate.com/2008/10/17/5-minutes-closer-nov-5-19/
>>>
>>> Marcus Lopez | Creative Director
>>> marcus at integratecreative.com
>>> p. 817.691.2013
>>> INTEGRATECREATIVE
>>>
>>>
>>
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