First, I would like to tell you guys rock. Awesome base theme. I am starting each theme with _s only
BTW, recently I had to use "the events calendar" plugin with my_s based theme. But while using it, the 'date' fields were all hidden. While debugging I found that _s sets "display:none;" for the .updated class.
In my personal opinion, ".updated" is very common word in classes. May i suggest you could use any prefix for the ".updated' class? I am just suggesting.
Moreover, I thought this post can help other people too while googling the events post calendar and _s (underscores) theme.
We introduced .updated in 39d8f7a, as the last step to fully support the hAtom microformat. See #131 and #170.
It's a tough one because .updated is indeed a very generic class name, but I think in this instance it is not as much _s being in conflict with the events calendar plugin, as much as it is the plugin being in conflict with hAtom.
Have you brought the issue to their attention as well?
Yes, I have notified them on the issue.
Yes, I agree with your point. The plugin does need to do something.
Is there a public thread about that? I'm happy to chime in too.
http://wordpress.org/support/topic/the-class-updated-conflicts-with-underscores-based-theme?replies=3 Please see here,
@obenland The .updated class is used consistently in WordPress core CSS for the admin.
@vijayrajesh Are you referring to conflicts on the front-end or back-end? The Events Calendar does not have any 'display:none;' rules for the .updated class that I can find. Could you be a bit more specific?
@ckpicker This CSS is in _s and it is in the front end.