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Creates events posts for your wordpress. Manipulate it easily and intuitivily. Using the_agenda_loop() you generates a $the_event object that have al

Agenda list

Generates a list of next events marked in your agenda Pass your params as wp_string or assigned array:


is the same as:



  1. (int) next : Number of next events to show (default: 5)
  2. (bool) only_destak : If true, show only highlighted events (default: true)
  3. (bool) show_date : If true, show the date of each event (default: true)
  4. (string) before : Put it before each event (default: <li>)
  5. (string) after : Put it after each event (default: </li>)
  6. (bool) print : Prints the output (default: true)

By default, the function prints the generated string, but you can silencity it and manipulate the same string. It is returned.

So for use the agenda_list () prints a list contain the next 5 events. While agenda_list ('print=0') does not print, but returns the generated string to your manual manipulation

Agenda compromissos

agenda_compromissos()` can be used on your tamplate's page. It generates a events list separated by date.

Params: agenda_compromissos ($next, $title_tag, $print):

  1. $next Number of events that must be showed.default: 25
  2. $title_tag show date tag's name . defaut: h3
  3. $print if matched as true prints the result, if it is not matched only returns the string for future manipulations.

Agenda Events

The function agenda_events() can be used in your page, listing the events in a year or month.

Default usage:

$defaults = array(
  'month' => date('m'),
  'year' => date('Y'),
  'title_tag' => 'h3',
  'print' => '1'


  1. month - if passed, selects a month to show ( default: date('m') )
  2. year - selects a yea to show ( default: date('Y') )
  3. title_tag - the tag to be used on your title/date tag (default:


h3>) 1. print - prints the result. (default: true)

Show only events on may 2009

<?php agenda_events('month=5&year=2009') ?>

The following example shows only events that matches may of 2009.

Show only events on 2008

<?php agenda_events('month=false&year=2008') ?>

The following example shows only events that matches in all 2008.

Changing the tag of date events

<?php agenda_events('title_tag=h5') ?>

The following example show events that matches the curent month, changing the tag of title/date by h5. The output will be:

<div class="event_even">
    <li><a href="http://ldg/?p=12" title="Evento simples">Evento simples</a></li>
    <li><a href="http://ldg/?p=18" title="Event single">Event single</a></li>
    <li><a href="http://ldg/?p=23" title="Multiple Event">Multiple Event</a></li>
<div class="event_odd">
    <li><a href="http://ldg/?p=22" title="Algo asi es muy simples">Algo asi es muy simples</a></li>
    <li><a href="http://ldg/?p=18" title="Event single">Event single</a></li>
    <li><a href="http://ldg/?p=28" title="DGmike gones home">DGmike gones home</a></li>

Note that the function generates a even odd class of each day of events

The Agenda Loop

Using the_agenda_loop you generates a $the_event object that have all atributes about the event Use it in combination to Agenda::next_events(); or Agenda::events_on();

    while (the_agenda_loop()) {
    print "<h1>{$the_event->what}</h1>";

The global object $the_event is an standard object like this:

stdClass Object (
  [event_id] => 36
  [content] => Um exemplo de <strong>evento simples</strong> com a marcacao necessaria.
  [repeat] => daily
  [repeat_daily] => daily
  [repeat_daily_every] => 3
  [range] => never
  [what] => Meu simples evento
  [excerpt] => Meu excerpt, caso seja necessario.
  [author] => 1
  [pings] => open
  [comments] => open
  [calendar] => Array()
  [where] =>
  [destak] => 0
  [when_start_date] => 2008-09-15
  [when_start_time] => 00:00
  [when_end_date] => 2008-09-16
  [when_end_time] => 00:00
  [all_day] => 1
  [tags] => e mais tag,tag
  [range_ends_until] =>

Requires: 2.6.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 2.6.2
Last Updated: 8 years ago
Active Installs: 100+


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