Add an events calendar to your website including some amazing features!
X Calendar gives you a good looking calendar view of events that enables browsing by month, year or by day.
If you have a need to add events that comes with a customizable good looking calendar display, you came to the right place!!
With X Calendar you can notify your visitors of events in not time!
Events are listed in a full calendar view on your website with easy browsing by year, month or day. The admin interface gives you exactly the same calendar view to add you events.
Themes/Color Schemes are applied accordingly to your calendar and event popups
With liquid layout design, X Calendar will work on all devices...Iphone, Ipad, Tablet, Desktop, Flat screen TV, etc...
This is a very awesome feature that comes with quite a number of combinations and execptions for event repititions. Programme your recurring events as follows: * Daily: Repeats the event daily. - Choose days to exclude for example: exclude Saterday and Sunday to exclude weekends on the daily event repitition * Weekly: Repeats the event on any selected week days. * Monthly: Repeats the event monthly.- Choose day of the month and/or; - Choose the 1st and/or 2nd and/or 3rd and/or 4th combination of selected weekdays to repeat monthly. * Repeat any recurring event to a specified end date * Choose what specific dates should be excluded in the repitition
Simple add your event location (venue name or address) and include google maps for direction to your events
What you see on your backend is what your visitors will see on your website!
Add your calander from the default wordpress widgets page to your desired sidebar(s). Easy as 1,2,3
You dont need to know any coding language to use X Calendar. Everything is managed with simple clicks.
Add X Forms to your wordpress plugins list and trnasform your calander in a online booking system. Check out X Forms which will enable booking forms to the full extent that X Forms has to offer.
Requires: 3.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.1
Last Updated: 2014-1-24
3 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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