May 5, 2019 at 1:10 pm #1097421
We still have problems with the events calendar. There are 2 day’s left for Victoria to login. https://kriesi.at/support/topic/change-order-of-magazine-element-with-tribe-events-cat-items/
But there is also another problem. We are using an magazine element on homepage showing specific tribe events categories. Is has meant to be a block with arikcles just published. The date shown is however not the date we published the article. And it is also not the date the event will start. Take a look at the event called Expositie KRUIS-WEG68: Erik de Bree. It shows on the magazin element may 8th but it should be the date published (may 5th)May 8, 2019 at 3:46 pm #1098485
Thank you for using Enfold.
This is actually the default behaviour of Events calendar to return event start date and not post date.
I modified the magazine element a little by adding code that uses the filter tribe_query_can_inject_date_field.
As far as I see this fixes the problem.
Update enfold\config-templatebuilder\avia-shortcodes\magazine\magazine.php with
Do not forget to make a backup of the original file for a fallback and clear server and browser cache.
GünterMay 9, 2019 at 3:57 pm #1098975
Thanks for your support. It’s a bit busy right now. And I have found another way to use the events calendar (without using the Enfold ‘magazine’. But I would love to use it again because of the way it worked for us. I know about the default behavior, but there was another problem. I will try to make an hidden page with that setup. What I saw was (example) an event start date om may 8th. I publised it on may 4th. and the magazine showed a date on may 7th.
I wil get back soon with an specific page with the setup I used before.
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