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One thing that I’ve been dealing with is the event details can’t be toggled on mobile. I like the month view (non-list), but without the ability to have the details hidden by default, the calendar really looks bad. There’s a setting to hide the description, and that is respected on desktop view. Can we make that setting respected on mobile as well?
Hi. Any suggestions? Thanks.
Sure. Here is the link. https://www.siliconvalleyoddfellows.org/cupertino/
You’ll notice the hover background is grey. I’d like that white. And the text on the grey is white, I’d like that black.
For the background, I tried to change it to white and nothing seemed to happen. Even when adding !important.
When modifying the text to black, it turned the hover text to black as well as the event text in the calendar. I just wanted the hover text to change colors.
Let me know what you think. I’ve disabled my css, so what you see are the calendars with the solidcolors activated.
The message that I saw only showed up the first time I loaded the affected page after the feed became broken, and not after. The WP_DEBUG paramater is set to false. This message displayed inside of standard text on the screen, and not inside the typical modals that wordpress uses for debugging. I believe you can reproduce this issue yourself without too much effort, but please let me know if I can assist.
As for sending an email, I believe that will be necessary in the event that graceful failure is implemented successfully, as otherwise, there may not be any indication that the feed has stopped updating. I realize it’s not a common practice for plugins, but I believe it should be possible, based on how many other plugins occasionally need to send me email.