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8 months 1 day ago #16866 by Dazw1969
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Is possible to display events side by side rather than one long list?

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7 months 4 weeks ago #16868 by Lyr!C
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Hello,

Yes possible with custom CSS.
There's an option for custom CSS in iCagenda global options > general settings.

So, if you set some special width (eg. 30% to the event container div, you can manage 3 columns).

Do you have CSS knowledge?

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7 months 4 weeks ago #16874 by Dazw1969
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Ok thanks, lol I have absolutely zero css knowledge.

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7 months 2 weeks ago #16893 by Lyr!C
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So, there's the Pro version with module iC Event List (simplified design) and an option to display list in 1 to 4 columns...

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