When classes overlap each other (i.e. both classes are on Mondays at 7:30), the table looks tacky. How can we align the layers so that they are neatly placed side by side on the same day instead of randomly overlapping?
Here's an example
For the class info on the calendar, it will display the height content by the time. For example for your site, the class time from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM, the height of class content from 7:30 to 9:30.
It will overlap another class if have the same DateTime, it is default of the calendar jQuery, we can't help you change that.
So you're okay with the calendar bunching and overlapping appointments and truncating text?
Why can't two scheduled items simply lay side-by-side in a column, wrapping the text in each appointment? It looks horrible as you can see below.
"We can't change that" is not the response we were expecting to hear or expect from support for a paid, production-level product.
If you have more than two classes at the same time. How to display that class on the schedule?
It will have the issue when having more two classes at the same time if the items display side by side.
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