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Thanks, Victor. You're always helpful and it is very much appreciated!
Thanks, Victor. Much appreciated!February 18, 2017 at 2:22 pm in reply to: Content Archives Setting Affects Events Calendar Listing #201469February 13, 2017 at 1:39 pm in reply to: Content Archives Setting Affects Events Calendar Listing #201065
Indeed, the code is valid. I'm not sure what was going on, but I did get it to run without the 500 errors.
Unfortunately, it didn't quite work. I took a look at the tribe events functions list and it seems to be that more than one function will be involved depending on the list view (by category, date, etc).
Would it not be easier to explicitly include the blog page rather than exclude other things that might be affected? Is that feasible?February 13, 2017 at 10:19 am in reply to: Content Archives Setting Affects Events Calendar Listing #201047
Thanks a lot, Victor. Unfortunately, this causes the site to throw 500 errors. The code looks syntactically correct to me, but not knowing WordPress functions well, I can't tell why that would be happening.
I'm happy to report that I got it working. It was a comment that was that wasn't properly opened (no /*). It always seems to be the little things.
Unfortunately, the site isn't live yet so I can't provide you with a direct URL, but here is a .
I'm having the same issue. When I reduce .site-header .wrap as you did it does affect the area above the logo, but I still have a lot of whitespace between the logo and the nav bar. Anyone know how to reduce that?
OK, well I feel dumb now. It was my ad blocker. :/
Have a look at LearnDash. I don't know if it will meet all of your needs but it is in active development and has lots of integrations.
I'd love to see something that takes a check-in from Events Tickets Plus and generates a certificate of attendance from it.