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Event Geek

An easy to use events plugin, with a calendar widget.

How do I make the calendar start on Sunday?

  • Event Geek gets date formating information from the general settings in the WordPress Dashboard (Settings > General).
  • To Make the calendar start on Monday, simply change the "Week Starts On" setting.
  • To change the date format just select one of the options from the Date Format section.

How can I use Event Geek in my theme files?

  • You can display the list of events using the following: <?php event_geek_list(); ?>

How can I customize Event Geek?

  • You can choose a theme for the calendar widget and other style options under Events > Options
  • You can also specify the url to your own CSS file for the calendar widget
  • To create your own CSS file for the calendar see jQuery UI Themeroller
  • For even more customization options, see graphicgeek.net/event-geek

Will Event Geek Work in My Language?

  • Yes! The latest calendar widget will use the same language as your installation of WordPress (see: http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_in_Your_Language)
  • The Plugin admin panels are also translated into French and Lithuanian. If you are interested in help me translate into more languages, feel free to contact me.

Help, my events aren't showing up in the calendar widget!

  • When creating or updating events, make sure you select the event dates with the datepicker tool.
  • Dates entered manually (by typing them in), will not be saved properly, and will not show up in the calendar widget

I have a suggestion, who do I contact?

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Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2013-11-4
Downloads: 13,087

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