Set List View

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  • #503005
    Beltane
    Guest

    Hi,
    thank you for the amazing plugin.
    I’d like to know if is it possible to set the list view for desktop AND mobile device.
    I only need to show my timetable in a list view way.
    Thank you

    #505142
    J. Davis
    Keymaster

    Hello Beltane,

    You can try to add the styles below to Appearance>Customize>Additional CSS:

    .mptt-shortcode-wrapper .mptt-shortcode-list {
        display: block;
    }
    
    .mptt-shortcode-wrapper .mptt-shortcode-table {
        display:none !important;
    }

    Best regards,
    John

    #506063
    Seltsyrk
    Guest

    Hello, I have looked through your forums and edit the css, however have been unable to resolve the issues I am having with the presentation of the timetable.

    1. the same time slots are showing different heights
    2. the column width is unequal and they need to be consistent
    3. different services at the same time are overlapping opposed to ‘sitting on top of each other’
    4. the tabs look like a jumbled sentence and they need to be distinguished as individual links

    I would like the timetable to replicate your demo presentation-wise.

    I can not provide the URL as the page can not be accessed without logging in. I am happy to provide the log in details if by replying no one else will see them.
    Regards,

    Seltsyrk.

    #506209
    J. Davis
    Keymaster

    Hello Seltsyrk,

    1. That’s rather strange as height of the time slot depends on the duration of event. Could you submit a request to our support team? It is private and no one can access you data except us.
    2. In order to make the columns of the same width you can use the style below:
    .mptt-shortcode-table {
    table-layout: fixed;
    }
    This style is applied in most modern themes.
    3. and 4. You can override templates and modify style of the TimeTable if you do not like the default view.

    Best regards,
    John

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