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TOPIC: EVENT SCHEDULE

EVENT SCHEDULE 15 Mar 2016 11:38 #8417

Hi, how shpuld I create a Event Schedule with K2, to look like in demo? Can I somewhere find any instruction? Thanks

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Re: EVENT SCHEDULE 17 Mar 2016 03:13 #8428

You can find in manual. Find:
Go to Components -> K2
K2 categories: Events
Go to Components -> K2
K2 Extra Fields
Go to Extensions -> Module Manager
Position: main-schedule

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Re: EVENT SCHEDULE 17 Mar 2016 19:15 #8434

Yes, but it's a very simplified guide ... but I have another question - how is it possible that the first photo in the demo stands in one place? And can I change the background of individual modules? Thanks for your help

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Re: EVENT SCHEDULE 18 Mar 2016 03:24 #8438

You mean the photo in the slideshow?

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Re: EVENT SCHEDULE 18 Mar 2016 12:01 #8442

On the position "slideshow" yes, but in web demo is only one photo which stands in one place and thru it is there some text ...

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Re: EVENT SCHEDULE 21 Mar 2016 03:20 #8450

Can you please send me screenshot?

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