Pro Events Calendar

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We're building an online community guide for a local Wisconsin community. On the homepage of our website we have your Pro Events plugin installed and serving as the calendar for the community to see all local events. Is it possible to change the plugin functionality so that when you click on a day to see it's events that it could open to a different page? As of now when you click on a day a small pop-up window opens and displays the days events, we would like that to be changed to open to a templated events page.

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VidalThemes replied on at Permalink Reply
VidalThemes
Hi There, its probably best to raise this with the developer who built the add-on:

http://www.concrete5.org/marketplace/addons/proevents/...

If you click on support on the right side, you can message the developer directly and get a more detailed and probably quicker answer.
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
Yes, they did. I was flying back from San Diego yesterday. Responding now.

Chad
isit2b replied on at Permalink Reply
Great, I'm looking forward to your response. Thank You!
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
I already responded to this via PM. did you not get it?

ChadStrat
isit2b replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Chad,

I have not received a PM from you.
isit2b replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Chad,

We are wondering if there is a way to speed up the load time of the pro events calendar. We will be consistently adding events daily, hundreds of events per month and we are worried about the load time.

Thank you,
isit2b
isit2b replied on at Permalink Reply
We did not receive a message can you let us know what you said? we are still looking for an answer to our question of opening a new page when you click a day on a calendar vs. the current pop up window. Thank you.
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
hi, you would just modify the proevents tools file ajax_cal_small.php and add 'target="_blank"' to the link on line 172.

ChadStrat
isit2b replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello Chad, We want thank you for walking us through all the questions we've been having regarding ProEvents. We've determined that simply having the pop-up box of events when you click on the corresponding day will work fine. The one thing we would like to do though is increase that pop-up box's size. We've changed it in firebug but are having trouble locating the actual file that would change the size dimensions. Could you point us in the right on how to change the size of the pop-up box list of events? Thanks again, we really appreciate all your work.
RadiantWeb replied on at Permalink Reply
RadiantWeb
this would be /packages/proevents/blocks/pro_event_list/templates/small_calendar/view.php

css is near the top. I recommend creating a custom block view of your own, using this view as the starting point. along the vein of this tutorial here:http://chadstrat.com/blog/programming/custom-block-views-in-c5/...

ChadStrat
isit2b replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello Chad, We want thank you for walking us through all the questions we've been having regarding ProEvents. We've determined that simply having the pop-up box of events when you click on the corresponding day will work fine. The one thing we would like to do though is increase that pop-up box's size. We've changed it in firebug but are having trouble locating the actual file that would change the size dimensions. Could you point us in the right on how to change the size of the pop-up box list of events? Thanks again, we really appreciate all your work.
isit2b replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello again Chad,

I am specifically looking for <div class="ui-dialog ui-widget ui-widget-content ui-corner-all ui-draggable ui-resizable" style="display: block; z-index: 1002; outline: 0px none; position: absolute; height: auto; width: 270px; top: 986px; left: 699px;" tabindex="-1" role="dialog" aria-labelledby="ui-dialog-title-ccm-dialog-content1"> within the pro events folder. I can change the attributes in Firebug to display the event list shadow box how I would like it, but Firebug does not direct me to the location of the CSS file. As far as your tutorial on creating blocks, I am more of a visual learner. I tried to find the CSS in the small_calendar/view.php file, however I'm not sure exactly what needs to be changed. If you can give me a little more detail on where and what I should be looking for to make these changes, I would greatly appreciate it. Also - I am running into problems importing the ical link to my local calendar. It seems to work on some pages where the calendar is placed but not on others. Let me know if you need more information.

Thanks Chad,
is it 2b