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Events Page Issues

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  • #14676
    ajlst21
    Participant

    Hello,

    I just have left you a quality review over at ThemeForest. Love the theme, have licensed it many times.

    I have an issue with the way tri.be events manager works with the theme. I should say, previously there were no conflicts. Having worked with you in the past, I know what you’re going to reply. You don’t take responsibility for another developer’s wares. However, could you please take a look at both http://www.pghmannerchor.com/events (which I can’t get to display at full-width, even though the page is set to that setting) and the tab system (which will not pull in the calendar at all @ http://www.pghmannerchor.com.

    Kind thanks,
    Alexander Lau

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  • #14685
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hi Alex,

    The first page you’re linking to doesn’t appear to be an actual WordPress page; it looks like it’s some kind of custom post type or taxonomy called “events” — So obviously nothing in the theme is going to be setup to target this specifically to change the sidebar layout.

    If they have some sort of shortcode you can use to display the calendar, that might give you a way to incorporate it into a standard page, and thus allow you to select the sidebar layout normally.

    If there is no shortcode — I would start by figuring out what specifically you’re looking at when you’re viewing when you’re looking at the events page. Then, you can come up with the appropriate WordPress conditional to use when you filter the sidebar layout, as explained here:

    http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/sidebar-layouts/#custom

    Currently it doesn’t look like you’re using a child theme. Make sure if you move into this route of making code customizations that you first set up a child theme.

    http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/switching-to-a-child-theme-after-youve-already-started-building-your-website/

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