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6 months 2 weeks ago #46966 by M. A. Gallardo
Hi again,

Another interesting issue is that our room types (when you click on "read more") show "Valid from: date X" and "Valid til: date Y" (see attachment), but we haven't configured these dates and would actually prefer not to have them display. Do you know where I can manage and/or eliminate these dates?

Thanks a lot,

Mogens
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6 months 2 weeks ago #46968 by Vince Wooll
You would need to edit booking_form_classic_roomslist.html and booking_form_classic_roomslist_selected.html

To find paths to templates see the Dump Template Vars feature mentioned on this page

www.jomres.net/manual/site-managers-guid...ration-debugging-tab

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6 months 2 weeks ago #46970 by M. A. Gallardo
How does the system decide what dates to put in these "Valid from/to" fields?

I imagine that if I edit those html files, any future update will erase the changes, is that so?
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6 months 2 weeks ago #46971 by Vince Wooll
The system uses the tariffs found to be valid for that room type/tariff combination for those dates.

For customising templates in an update safe way, see

www.jomres.net/manual/developers-guide/6...ing-templates-layout

and also

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