Add an option NOT to specify start/end times

Some events (e.g. all-day events) don't have a specified start/end time, and it would be useful not to be forced to specify times for these events.

  • Guest
  • Sep 15 2020
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  • Guest commented
    19 Jul 02:12pm

    This would be a tremendous help. Most of the calendars I run are informational with additional details elsewhere. An "all day" event is exactly what I'm looking for.

  • Guest commented
    10 Jun 11:26pm

    Yes, I agree with all of Eugène's concerns. For me, my workaround is acceptable in the short term, but it's not ideal. Ideally, I also would like this to be fixed properly.

  • Admin
    Helga Kirsanova commented
    10 Jun 12:13pm

    Hi Eugène,

    I understand the variant I suggested was not the best one and I'm really sorry it didn't work for you.

    We'll do our best to think about ways to make start/end times specification optional and hopefully, we'll be a success soon.

    Thank you for your comment!

  • Guest commented
    10 Jun 12:03pm

    This CSS code proposed by Helga is working but ...

    1) Only with the list layout (not working with the other layouts)
    2) If the event is clicked to see for full details, on the popup window ... the time is still displayed ... CSS code is also needed to hide the times
    3) a calendar is not static thing , so if an event is passed it is hidden and the next one become the 1st one on the list. Consequence the item position is also changed, so the CSS codemust also be changed manually to reflect the new item positions.

    So not a viable solution at all that workaround !

  • Admin
    Helga Kirsanova commented
    10 Jun 07:41am

    Thank you for your reply, great to know that this solution worked for you!

  • Guest commented
    10 Jun 06:22am

    I couldn't get this to work. But I could adapt your CSS to disable the times on all events like this:


    This is good enough for my needs, thanks.

  • Admin
    Helga Kirsanova commented
    7 Jun 09:54am

    Hello folks,

    Thank you for adding this idea and for your comments!

    Unfortunately, we haven't released this feature yet, however, we've come up with a workaround that could work for you.

    If you need to remove the date for a particular event, please add the following CSS code to your widget Custom CSS field, where '2' refers to the element's position on the list:

    .eaec-list-item-time {

    display: none;


    Please do let me know if it worked for you or if you have other questions.

    Thank you!

  • Larae Stotts commented
    17 Dec, 2020 04:32am

    PLEASE add an option to remove times! I really need this feature, as well!