Filter documentation is in progress, so this list is not yet completed.
The purchase ticket buttons are generated entirely by CSS, which means they are crazy easy to customize. Here’s all you have to do… Pro Tip: you can add different styles for first and second links if desired, these styles apply to both. Here are the default styles, modify as desired and include as Custom CSS. … Read more
Editing typography is super easy by adding some CSS. VEM has been designed to provide a tremendous amount of control over nearly every typography item; moreover, it can be assigned to entire post types (like all listings) or only specific lists. Reminder: when applying your own custom styles, don’t forget that VEM uses media query … Read more
UPDATE: 9-19-2018: Displaying listings in a grid layout is now a standard feature for Pro users. Free users may upgrade to enjoy the dashboard grid settings or you may continue to use the following custom CSS method. By default, Venture’s Event Listings display in a single column but creating a slick grid layout is super easy … Read more
In some cases you may need to add a custom function to modify VEM functionality, either to hook something into the plugin, or use a filter to change something in the plugin. When working with PHP, you want to make sure you have access to your server via FTP or File Manager (through your hosting … Read more
Sometimes, in order to get the frontend display to look exactly the way you want, you’ll need to use some custom CSS. Adding it to your site is straightforward. WordPress Customizer WordPress provides a way to add CSS to your site inside the Customizer. Navigate to Appearance > Customize then open the Additional CSS panel. CSS … Read more