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Is it possible to change the size of the event's title w/ time?

Is it possible to not have the time shown unless you click on the event?

The default size is simply too small for the target audience.

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To change the size of the event title text, go here:
https://localendar.com/docs/display/lc/Tips+and+Tricks+for+Events

And look under the section:
Adding custom HTML to an Event Title

One way to not have the time show until you click on the event is to create the event as an 'All Day' event. No time is shown for these events, Then in the Description of the event you can type in the time or times that you want. The times will then show when the user clicks on the event and gets the pop-up.

Localendar support may have a more elegant solution to your time display question.


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To change the size of the event title text, go here:
https://localendar.com/docs/display/lc/Tips+and+Tricks+for+Events

And look under the section:
Adding custom HTML to an Event Title

One way to not have the time show until you click on the event is to create the event as an 'All Day' event. No time is shown for these events, Then in the Description of the event you can type in the time or times that you want. The times will then show when the user clicks on the event and gets the pop-up.

Localendar support may have a more elegant solution to your time display question.

Harry

Thanks again, Harry.

I hadn't looked at that because the web pages gave me the impression I needed a subscription to do custom HTML.

And they are doing away with the Premium subscription, which is what I had recommended the organization I'm doing the calendars for purchase. The Premium package was all we needed, and a bit more.
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I hadn't looked at that because the web pages gave me the impression I needed a subscription to do custom HTML.

No you don't. In addition to paid versions, I also have free versions, and I use this feature.
 
And they are doing away with the Premium subscription, which is what I had recommended the organization I'm doing the calendars for purchase. The Premium package was all we needed, and a bit more.

I hadn't realized that they had changed prices, although I know Localendar has talked about it for years. The ads are the only thing that bothers me about the free versions. If you don't mind the ads, then open up a free version, wait 30 days until the 'free upgrade' disappears, and then see if you are hampered by the restrictions.


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