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My event time’s appear off

Please make sure that your Wordpress Timezone is set to UTC. You can set the timezone when navigating to Settings > General.

Is Timetable responsive?

When the page loads, Timetable will scale automatically to the width of its parent element. When, however, the parent element’s width changes (due to the browser window being scaled for example), Timetable’s width will not scale live. It’s only until you refresh the page that Timetable will re-calculate its width and scale accordingly. Timetable is built this way to make it faster and more lightweight, while still retaining its functionality to work in any width.

The styling is all messed up, events appear on incorrect places, and scrolling isn’t working properly.

This issue is commonly related to responsive themes. To fix this you will need to place the Timetable shortcode in a fixed width div. Like this:

<div style="width: 950px;">
[timetable name="your_timetable_name"]

You can experiment with the width. 950 pixels is correct for most people, but it’s not unprobable that you’ll have to change it. As a side note, make sure you place the above HTML as code on your page/post and not as text.

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