Manage and display events. Includes recurring events; locations; widgets; Google maps; RSVP; ICAL and RSS feeds; PAYPAL, 2Checkout, Webmoney and Googl
I call that "the green screen of death", but it's quite easy to fix your issue. If you see that green background, your theme has a little problem that should be fixed. Open the
header.php page of your theme; if your theme hasn't any
header.php page, just open the
index.php page and/or any page containing the
<head> section of the html code. Make sure that the page contains a line like this:
<?php wp_head(); ?>
If your page(s) doesn't contain such line, add it just before the line containing
</head>. Now everything should work allright.
For curiosity's sake,
<?php wp_head(); ?> is an action hook, that is a function call allowing plugins to insert their stuff in WordPress pages; if you're a theme maker, you should make sure to include
<?php wp_head(); ?> and all the necessary hooks in your theme.
Create a file called 'myown.css' in the plugin directory and put in there eg.:
You can start from events_manager.css as a base and just change the parts you want.
Warning: when wordpress updates a plugin automatically, it removes the plugin directory completely. So be sure to have a backup of myown.css somewhere to put back in place afterwards.
For the multiple locations map, see the shortcode [locations_map] with its possible parameters on the documentation site.
Sure, you can do that by editing the page and changing its template. For heavy customisation, you can use the some of the plugin's own conditional tags, described in the Template Tags section.
When installed, Events Made Easy creates a special "Events" page. This page is used for the dynamic content of the events. All the events link actually link to this page, which gets rendered differently for each event.
Events aren't posts. They are stored in a different table and have no relationship whatsoever with posts.
I decided to treat events as a separate class because my priority was the usability of the user interface in the administration; I wanted my users to have a simple, straightforward way of inserting the events, without confusing them with posts. I wanted to make my own simple event form.
If you need to treat events like posts, you should use one of the other excellent events plugin.
At this stage, Events Made Easy is only available in English and Italian. Yet, the plugin is fully localisable; I will welcome any translator willing to add to this package a translation of Events Made Easy into his mother tongue.
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.6.1
Last Updated: 2013-9-11
27 of 27 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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