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CalendarPress

Description

Add an event calendar with details, directions, RSVP system and more.

Current Features

  • RSVP System with three methods of signup.
  • Upcoming Events Widget
  • Multisite support
  • Signup system that allows a Yes/No/Maybe option like Facebook or to limit signups.
  • Shortcodes to display calendars, lists, and single events.

Future Features

  • Waiting List
  • Fully Customizable
  • Google Maps
  • Featured Events
  • Share and move events between sites

Requirements

  • Must be run on servers with PHP5.
  • Requires WordPress 3.0 or newer.

Installation

  1. Upload calendar-press folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Configure the plugin on the Settings menu screen.

FAQ

How do I display events?

You must first create a page for your events to be displayed on. Then you will need to select that page in the drop down on the CalendarPress Settings page.

What URL will my events have?

Your events will adopt the URL of the page you select to display your calendar on, with the slug for the event appended to that.

Where can I get support?

http://support.calendarpress.net

Contributors & Developers

“CalendarPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “CalendarPress” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

0.4.3 – February 21st, 2010

  • Fixed an issue that broke the settings page and footer on non-network sites.
  • Fixed an issue where some of the meta boxes were not saving data correctly.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented AJAX from working in subfolder installs.

0.4.2 – February 20th, 2010

  • Fixed an issue that prevented some event showing in the widget.
  • Added option to store templates files in a folder named ‘calendar-press’ in theme folders – to be required after version 0.5.0.
  • Added two new shortcodes – [event-list] to list events and [event-show] to show a single event in a post or page.
  • Changed [calendarpress] to [event-calendar] and will support old shortcode until verison 1.0.
  • Renamed all template tags prefixed with ‘cp_’ to be prefixed with ‘event_’ to avoid conflicts with other plugins.

0.4.1 – February 16th, 2010

  • Fixed an issue that dispalayed errors when no registration type was selected.
  • Fixed an issue where overflow button was still displayed even if the option was not active.
  • Fixed an issue that displayed errors on yes/no/maybe type pages on events with no signups.
  • Fixed an issue that broke the WordPress updates page when plugin was active.

0.4.0 – February 10th, 2010

  • Added support for pretty permalinks.
  • Add network support so events can be created and shared across the network.
  • Removed the need to select a page to display the calendar on.
  • Added the calendarpress shortcode to allow display of events on posts and pages.
  • Added support for various registration types (signups, yes/no/maybe, none).
  • Updated how taxonomies work and allows for creating your own taxonomies.
  • Renamed the plural taxonomy names to singular, requires reactivation of plugin.
  • Split the details and signup boxes on the editor screen.
  • Added an option to use a Yes/No/Maybe registration option similar to Facebook.
  • Fixed an issue when selecting begin date on editor – now updates end date as well.
  • Fixed an issue where the time could not be set to 12:00pm (noon).
  • Updated the registration screens to refresh and show registraions rather than just hide the buttons.
  • Separated code into various classes to improve loading speed.
  • Fixed issue with events that span several days not showing on all days (Thanks to Christopher Hess).

0.3.0 – August 10th, 2010

  • Fixed permalinks if using default style permalinks.
  • Added support for cookies to remember what month in the calendar was last viewed.
  • Added the ability to change the name of the plugin – no longer see “CalendarPress” as the menu item.
  • Update the settings page to have tabs for easier management of plugin settings.
  • Changed the post type from “events” to “event” to better follow naming structure. Requires plugin reactivation.
  • Added a simple listing widget for your sidebar. More to come soon.

0.2.3 – June 31st, 2010

  • Fixed a bug that prevented new events from being saved.
  • Added option on event editor to hide the signup options (check box to show).

0.2.2 – June 30th, 2010

  • Fixed a bug that set published date to current date when saving on all post types – should only affect events.
  • Fixed a bug that displayed January, 1970 when looking at the December calendar.
  • Fixed a bug that would prevent February from displaying towards the end of any month with more than 28 days.

0.2.1 – June 30th, 2010

  • Added the missing language file for translators.

0.2.0 – June 29th, 2010

  • Rewritten to use the Custom Post Types in WordPress 3.0
  • Fixed some issues with templates.
  • Added template tags to display most event data.
  • Added comment support, thumbnails, categories, and tags.
  • Does not convert old events – sorry.

0.1.0 – January 15th, 2010

  • Early Beta release to allow users to begin testing the functionality.
  • Not all features are included – more cool features coming soon.