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eventPositioned

Triggered after an event has been placed on the calendar in its final position.

function( info ) { }

info is a plain object that contains the following properties:

event

The associated Event Object.

el

The HTML element that has just been rendered.

isMirror

true if the rendered element is a “mirror” from a user drag, resize, or selection (see selectMirror). false otherwise.

isStart

true if the rendered element is the starting slice of the event’s range. false otherwise.

isEnd

true if the rendered element is the ending slice of the event’s range. false otherwise.

view

The current View Object.

In a similar way to eventRender, when a single event has multiple elements, DOM manipulation is allowed on each element in the event. For example, if a timeGridWeek event spans multiple columns, each event “segment” (individual span of time after slicing) is rendered with individual elements.

The eventPositioned callback is triggered for each segment of the event. In other words, an event spanning two columns will trigger two callbacks, with three columns triggering three callbacks, and so forth.