I have a Wordpress site (https://guilfordworks.info/news-information/events/) where I am using the Divi Builder, with the Divi Events Calendar — by Pee-Aye Creative and The Events Calendar — by Modern Tribe plugins. Combined, these two seemed to be a terrific solution. Unfortunately, I'm running into an issue. Initially, I created an Events "Page." I stress "page" because I'm not sure if this is the right way to do what I'm wanting to do. On that page, I used the Divi Events Feed module, which displays a list of five events. Alongside that module, I am displaying the Events Calendar. Fairly straightforward. If I go to that initial landing page, everything works great. My events are displayed with the settings I've selected. The monthly calendar displays the events on the dates of those events. If I click on a single event, that page works fine as well. To create this single event page, I went into the Divi Theme builder and created a template that would display these single events, styled as I preferred. The problem appears when I click the (All Events) link at the top of that single event page. One would assume that it would take me back to the Events "page." Unfortunately, it is using the "events" category to generate that link. Therefore, it assumes that I arrived from an "events" category post. The same problem occurs if I choose the "Events" link in the "Categories" menu in the footer. I attempted to create a template using the Divi Theme builder again and simply generating the "Events" content as a Category page display. However, if I do that, it blows up the single "Event" page. If I style the template to receive the single "Event," then the Events feed only displays the calendar. Can someone please look at this site and give me an idea of how to create the layouts for both the multiple "Events" page and the single "Event" page? Thanks in advance!