Simple and lightweight events calendar to show events on posts/pages, manage them centrally, hCalendar compliant and stays up to date.
[events] in your post on the exact location where you want your events to appear.
Simply add age=expired to the short code, so
[events age=expired] will do the trick
Sure! Just add the following to your page or post:
Yes, you can do this by adding labels to your events. If you give a Photography workshop you could for example give this event the label
On the page where you want to show you photography workshops simply add
Yes you can! Next to the title of your stored events you can find a button called Edit. Click it, change the event and press update. That's it!
Yes. Simply add the limit attribute to [events] to set a miximum to the number of events that will be displayed. To limit it to just 2 events, enter this: [events limit=2]
Just add tweet=no to the short code, like so
Yes, that's possible through the
Advanced Settings menu. If you click on the Advanced Settings link you can find a checkbox to disable Twitter. Click save and you're done.
Yes! Just create a css file and name it simple-events-calendar.css and store it in your theme's folder (/wp-content/themes/your-active-theme). Then go to the Advanced Settings menu of the Simple Events Calendar and change the CSS settings.
Yes. If you open the Advanced Settings, check the box at the top and click safe, your events will be displayed with the 12 hour clock.
You sure can! In the Advanced Settings menu you can set your preferences for how you want links to be opened.
In the Advanced Settings menu you can set the minimum authorization level required to manage events.
Yes, via the Advanced Settings menu you can set your own timezone.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-2-11
7 of 11 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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