Posted: October 10, 2021 at 5:58 am
and so on.
I am working on a client site, and they want to show like this, but I don’t know how to do it…
Just to clarify, do you mean this modal?
If so, that output cannot be easily modified and you’ll need a good working knowledge of both EE’s templating system to override the default output and also our model system to pull all of the details you need and output them how you prefer.
Here is a working example of overriding a template within Event Espresso that hasn’t been designed to look for a custom template: https://gist.github.com/Pebblo/4703f274437ac01b00ef093caa8646f5
The short answer to why all templates don’t look for custom versions is due to the fact that some can be easily broken which can have effects elsewhere, so it is expected that if you want to change that output you would be able to figure out how to do so from the above.
The model system makes pulling in various info from Event Espresso much easier than building something from scratch, but it also has its own learning curve to be able to use it properly.
Under support, I can’t write custom code for you but if you are stuck on a specific section I can help point you in the right direction.
Thank you for your reply.
Thanks for your support anyway!
You’re most welcome 🙂