Text Domain: wplistcal WPListCal allows you to list upcoming events on your blog in a list or table format.
On activation time, the plugin adds a table called <prefix>_wplistcal that stores all your events.
Before version 1.0.6, on deactivation, the events table is dropped, so if you want to save your event data, back up the table before deactivating the plugin.
As of 1.0.6, deactivating the plugin has no effect on your data. When upgrading to 1.0.6, DO NOT deactivate the plugin until you have uploaded the new version of
WPListCal is specialized to provide clean list or table based output for you to style or reparse any way you'd like. Other calendar plugins force you to use a gregorian calendar view which may be inappropriate for many applications.
Events created before upgrading to version 1.1 did not have those values set, therefore WPListCal marks them as N/A.
This is a known bug in PHP (id# 44209) and was fixed in version 5.2.6. The specific issue was that strtotime() did not support 64-bit timestamps.
Yes, WPListCal is packaged with iCalcreator which is released under the GNU LGPL
Go to WordPress General settings and reset your timezone to a city rather than a manual UTC offset.
Great, I'm glad to hear feature requests. Just post a comment on the plugin's homepage.