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06-11-2008, 12:32 PM
What exactly is the $listDays option? I am looking at your online demo, and events on the same day still have the heading of the day over each event... I would really like to see all events for Monday listed under one Header: (Monday, June 9, 2008)
Because in my project, http://www.carmeltotalfitness.com/group_fitness.php
the client is wanting to be able to see the whole week listed, because that is what his customers expect to see. And from a design perspective, it would look much nicer.
Or is it possible to use text on calendar mode and just view the current week? This might be a good option as well.
06-11-2008, 08:59 PM
The $listDays option is used to limit how many days the List module will use to generate the list. If you use it in conjunction with $noOld, you can then set it to always display the next 7 days.
There's no built-in option to be able to generate the list using a single date header. I was able (and others too) to use the Blog mode in a loop to generate that kind of look. I've polished my solution to limit the amount of code it generates and can also bypass empty days. If you are interested in buying it, contact me using the link in my signature below.
As for displaying only a week using the TOC, that's not possible.
06-12-2008, 12:00 AM
I thought the purpose of forums was to help each other... why would I want to buy a solution to a problem that is a glaring design flaw? It should not be that way in the first place.
06-12-2008, 09:13 AM
I thought the purpose of forums was to help each other...
That's what we're here for. :)
why would I want to buy a solution to a problem that is a glaring design flaw? It should not be that way in the first place.
I think thousands of users may disagree with you as there have been but just a few that have requested this type of layout and ve9gra (not affiliated with us) has been gracious enough to offer his solution.
You still have a lot of possibilities using the List Mode which are fully documented in the Instructions. :)
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