Is it normal when I want to hide Email field in RSVP Form, the field of RSVP Count is hidden?
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ThanksJan 9,2017 AT 3:10AM - 5 years ago -
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Sorry, I ask my question again:
Is it normal when I want to hide “Email field” in RSVP Form with (display:none), the field of RSVP Count is hidden (how many people in total)?
The same for dev.myeventon.com/wp-admin
Try following code:
display: none !important;
still the same. It hides the count of rsvp count field.
Email is a required field because that is what we use to track each RSVP, even though you hide that field submitting an RSVP will not be possible because scripts will check for actual email field value.
Any particular reason why you are trying to hide this important field?
Ashan, actually I hided the last, first name, and email since the beginning and it works. Sure, it’s already prefilled.
It’s very simple why I hided this, is because my users are already loggedin and it’s non sense for me to add these fields because they are already subscribed to my website. I often take as an example the Meetup.com website which is looks like the most my website.
Yea for something like tthat what you need to do is in RSVP settings activate disable pre-filled fields editting. SO the email and name fields will be filled with pre-filled data but are not editable.
Anyways everyone have their own needs but if you want to hide those fields thats perfectly fine, you can use this CSS guide http://www.myeventon.com/documentation/change-css-calendar/
to hide them using class names.