Manages multiple sports team schedules. Includes shortcodes and widgets to display schedules and a countdown timer to the next game.
Sure. The software doesn't know or care that the entries are "games". The references are to "game schedule" and "sched_games", only because that was original purpose of the plugin. Note however that it has no 'calendar' features, it just provides a simple list of events as a table.
Yes. A unique schedule ID defines each schedule. It is the primary argument for shortcodes and the primary option for the widgets. For all practical purposes, you can set up many schedules as you want. So for example schedule 1 could be the varsity in 2012, schedule 2 the JV in 2012, schedule 3 the frosh in 2012, and schedules 4-6 could be the same teams in 2013.
The plugin supports localization as of version 2.0. If you happen to live in Split, you're in luck. A Croatian translation is contained in the /lang directory. (Thanks Juraj!) A Spanish translation was added in version 2.4. (Thanks Roberto!) A Swiss German version is new to version 3.0. (Thanks Chris!) These translation files may need to be updated for version 3.0 and all its new features.
In this version you have to edit the plugin's stylesheet, mstw-gs-styles.css. It is located in the game-schedule/css directory. It is short, simple, and well documented. The schedule plugin and the schedule widget have separate sets of styles. The countdown plugin and countdown widget share one set of styles. In the future, I may provide options for commonly changed styles on the admin page to control the schedule table and countdown timer styles, ala what’s now available in Team Rosters, depending on demand.
As of version 3.0, seven time and date formats can be customized via the Game Schedules Plugin Display Settings Admin page.
The date and time displays on both the user and the admin pages as well as the countdown timer are driven by the default WordPress time zone, which is set on the WordPress Settings->General screen. It is important that you set the correct timezone in the WordPress Settings -> General Settings BEFORE entering any schedule data.
If you are that popular, why not create one media link on the schedule that goes to a page of all your links? Or, you can hack the plugin code. I've considered a setting for "number of media links" (the JV and Frosh teams typically have none, at least in San Diego), but that's low on my list right now.
Yes. As of version 1.1 you can display multiple schedule tables and countdown timers on a single page using the [shortcodes].
These messages were caused by bad date-time data, and should be fixed in version 3.0. If you’re seeing such messages, please upgrade. If everything seems to be working okay except for these annoying error messages, you might want to turn them off on your WordPress site. To do so, edit wp-config.php and add the following lines:
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Requires: 3.3.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-9-24
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