Can I just remove the month drop down from The Events Calendar Pro?
  • Truth Seeker
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    corey March 4, 2012

    So my client uses Event Espresso to book tickets, sent invites etc and they want to use Events Calendar Pro for a public calendar of events (When the Community Add-on is completed). The problem is that there’s a bug in Event Espresso that causes the month drop down in The Events Calendar to display the previous month.
    My question is: Can I just remove the drop down while keeping the previous and next buttons entact?

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    Rob March 5, 2012

    Hey Corey. I believe that’s possible, but before I have to eat my words let me get Jonah to take a look and comment directly. He’ll take a look when he hits the forums today and can respond accordingly.

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    Jonah March 5, 2012
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    Hey Corey, sure, just hide it with CSS:


    #tribe-events-events-year,
    #tribe-events-events-month {
    position: absolute;
    top: -9999px;
    left: -9999px;
    }

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    corey March 13, 2012

    Thanks that did the trick

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    Rob March 14, 2012

    Great news. Thanks for confirming, Corey. Sounds like you’re all set on this issue but do let us know if you need help on any others down the road.

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    Ricky March 19, 2012

    I had the same issue with a plugin called “Visitor Maps and Who’s Online”. I’ll try that CSS snippet when I get a chance. Thanx!

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    Ricky March 19, 2012

    That worked fine and eliminated the dropdown! Is there a more elegant way to just display the current month on the calender while the dropdown is not there. I just want to make sure people know that it is in fact the month they think it is.

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