Ticket #24239 Public

Event List in Sidebar Accordian

I may be confused about where to place shortcodes. My EventOn list is on my homepage in the primary sidebar widget. In the admin area (widgets) where I added the EventOn Basic Calendar plugin, there is also an EventOn Shortcode Executor that can be moved into a widget area. Is this where I add the generated shortcode? I added the shortcode¬† [add_eventon_list accord=”yes” ] but when an event opens in my event list, it does accordian open, but I thought it would accordian closed when I open another event in the list. This is the way I’d like it to function: Click and event > it accordians open. Click another event, and the first event closes. BTW – I’ve tried the option both as, “yes” and as, “no”

BY: carylynch330 - Jan 19,2017 AT 10:52AM - 5 years ago
    • By: infotainerdave Jan 19,2017 AT 9:37PM - Posted 5 years ago - #24375

      OK I went in and removed what you had for the widget and added the shortcode generator executer

      I then added to that the following shortcode:

      [add_eventon_list number_of_months=”5″ accord=”yes” ]

      so it looks the same as it did but the accordion is working

      which means only 1 event is open at a time- open one event- the other closes

      Is this what you are after

    • By: Ashish Rai Jan 19,2017 AT 9:53PM - Posted 5 years ago - #24379

      You could use the shortcode on other widgets but we recommend using our shortcode executor.

      As for the accordion opening/closing, it is already behaving like you have requested.

      First one opens when clicked and then closes when clicked on another.

      Have you managed to sort it already?

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