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Latest EventsPosts in the Maian Events forum by SteffJay
19-12-2018 11:34:12

I have entered dates spanning from 2018 too 2020. However, the "Latest Events" on the Right and underneath displays from 2020 to 2018. Is there a setting that can show the events from 2018 too 2020?

Thanks in advance.

20-12-2018 14:53:38

maiandavid wrote:
Open 'control/classes/'. Change line 237 from:

$fltrByOpts = $this->ssn->filter_by('ORDER BY `' . DB_PREFIX . 'events`.`ts` DESC,`' . DB_PREFIX . 'events`.`id` DESC');


$fltrByOpts = $this->ssn->filter_by('ORDER BY `' . DB_PREFIX . 'events`.`ts`,`' . DB_PREFIX . 'events`.`id`');

Change line 564 from:

ORDER BY `" . DB_PREFIX . "events`.`ts` DESC,`" . DB_PREFIX . "events`.`id` DESC


ORDER BY `" . DB_PREFIX . "events`.`ts`,`" . DB_PREFIX . "events`.`id`


Thank you for the code snippets. It does now show "down" as opposed to "up". One small glitch however, it shows December 2019 then Jan, Feb etc. I have tried deleting December 2019, however it still remains sad

21-12-2018 09:22:49

Yes, that is correct. However, it displays December 2019, January 2019 February 2019 etc.

21-12-2018 17:32:17

maiandavid wrote:
can you give me a screenshot of where it`s displaying wrong?

Here you go:

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