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  • #178596

    Hello, i want to display the events in masonry or in the normal blog post grid. I can use the “event-categories” on the avia layout builder when i select masonry posts – so i drag in the masonry post and then i select the “event-categories” there, but then nothing is showing… the same with the normal blog post feature…
    im using the wp-event-manager plugin… so how can i manage this?

    thanks

    #180298

    Hi neotemplates!

    What are your settings for the output? Are you showing excerpt and title or just trying to show images? Images must be set as featured image on the post type in order to be shown so at the very least make sure you have that.

    If you can link to one of the pages showing whats getting output we can dig a bit deeper.

    Best regards,
    Devin

    #180303

    yes i want to display both. image, excerpt , title, and read more link… but nothing is showing. i have the images as featured image on the post type…its the wp-event-manager plugin….
    thanks

    #180670

    Hi!

    Please create an admin account and post the login credentials as private reply. I’ll look into it and maybe I can find a solution.

    Regards,
    Peter

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    #185102

    ???

    #185107

    Hey!

    I looked into it and the query is correct. However it seems like the “Event” post type does not work with the ‘post_type’ => ‘any’ parameter. I changed the parameter value on your server and we’ll include this change in the next update. The strange thing is that the ‘post_type’ => ‘any’ works with our cpts and other cpts I tested…

    Best regards,
    Peter

    #185148

    thanks for you help
    1. it seems that it now works only on masonry? but not on normal blog posts?
    2. is it possible that i can put specific things like “event date” shortcode etc, displaying on the list?

    #185371

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    #185765

    Hey!

    I’m not sure what you mean for #1. If the item isn’t a blog post it wouldn’t show in a blog feed.

    For #2, no.

    Cheers!
    Devin

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