Spinning wheel widget in SiteOrigin page builder
Ok. I’ve messed around with this a bit, although probably not in enough detail for you to troubleshoot, but I can recreate the issue if I put the events widget in the top row of a SiteOrigin page.
If the widget is in a lower level row, no problem.
If I use [tribe_mini_calendar] in an HTML widget in the top row, it looks just like the widget in a lower row.
If you scroll down this page you’ll see some different results:
Custom HTML (Widget) using [tribe_mini_calendar]
SiteOrigin Editor using [tribe_mini_calendar]
Events Calendar Widget
Since I want this calendar in the top row, I’m going with that first option–Custom HTML with the [tribe_mini_calendar].
Also, I created a “calendar” page using [tribe_events] that works better than /events. For some reason, /events cuts off part of the Theme’s header…
I have a couple other customization questions, but will open a new thread for those.
Hi. Oddly, on a different testing site, I was able to replicate this issue no matter the position of the Event Calendar widget.
While we don’t guarantee compatibility with this or other plugins, I’ve filed this bug with our developers (it’s not the only one logged with this plugin).
If this gets fixed, this thread should receive a reply to let you know.
Just wanted to share with you that a new release of our plugins is out, where we were able to include a fix for this issue.
Find out more about this release → https://theeventscalendar.com/maintenance-release-for-the-week-of-9-july-2018/
Please also note that we have subsequently shipped a hotfix for The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO and Event Tickets → https://theeventscalendar.com/announcing-the-events-calendar-4-6-20-1-events-calendar-pro-4-4-29-1-and-event-tickets-4-7-5-1/
We apologize for the long delay and appreciate your patience while we worked on this.
Please update the plugins and let us know if the fix works for your site.