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- February 9, 2017 at 2:06 pm #471317ChristophGuest
I wanted to make a simple change to the way events are displayed (on the single event page). I wanted to replace “Event Timeslots” with “Scheduled for”.
To achieve this, I first edited
mp-timetable/templates-functions/actions-mp-event-functions.phpdirectly on the WP plugins editor but it did not work. So I copied it to my theme directory as described in the plugin documentation. But the changes are still not taking effect. I tried with a different browser that I never used on this site before, I don’t have any cache plugins and I also restarted the webserver.
Maybe there is something wrong with the edit? I changed this
<h3 class="timeslots-title"><?php printf(__('Event Timeslots (%s)', 'mp-timetable'), $count); ?></h3>
<h3 class="timeslots-title"><?php printf(__('Scheduled for (%s)', 'mp-timetable'), $count); ?></h3>
Kindly advice what I am doing wrong.February 9, 2017 at 3:28 pm #471348J. DavisKeymaster
First of all the templates which can be overridden are stored at /mp-timetable/templates folder and not /mp-timetable/templates-functions/
Could you specify the place where you want to modify ‘Event Timeslots’? Is it at the back-end? Screenshots are appreciated.
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