Event Calendar WD – Responsive Event Calendar plugin


Event Calendar WD is the most powerful plugin to create events and organize them into calendars.

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Event Calendar WD Features

Your calendars will look great across all desktops, mobile devices, and tablets.

No limit on the number of events and calendars you can create

Create events that repeat at specific time intervals.

Customize the content and look of your events with no hassle.

Tag events and assign them to categories.

Choose from seven views: Month, Week, Day, List, Posterboard, 4-day, and Map.

Allow visitors to share your events on Facebook, Google Plus, and Twitter.

Display a calendar widget on your website’s sidebar.

Easily display event locations with Google Maps integration.

Provide more information on the location of your events and organizers.

* Premium version only

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This plug-in has been great for me overall. I love the selection of tones that are available – all in the free version,
no less! – and the plug in takes into consideration all of my calendar needs, from the beginning of the day to the end.
My experience has been so great with the free version that I am considering upgrading to the pro version.
I have been really impressed by these guys, and they will really surprise you by how much work they put into their pug-in.
Highly recommend!
by @kelterss

I have used many calendar plugins over the years and this is far and away the best I have found.
I have complete control over the color scheme and it has all the features I need.
Also customer support is excellent.
by @daniel1009

This team knows how to make things right when they could be very wrong!
They saved me so much time with their excellent service and support, and the plugin is beyond awesome.
Easy functionality and beautiful calendar, you can’t go wrong. best one out there.
Purchase this plugin, you won’t be disappointed!
by @sarahwhannel

Creating an Event Calendar

  1. Install Event Calendar WD Plugin
  2. Add your events
  3. Publish your calendar

Premium version adds

  • Recurring Events
  • 5 Customizable Themes
  • 3 Premium Views (Posterboard, 4-days, and Map)
  • 14 extensions for even more functionality

Event Calendar Extensions

If you want some additional functionality, like displaying upcoming events, selling online tickets, showing countdown for the events, and let your visitors add events on the calendar from the frontend, there are 14 available add-ons to choose from. Please note that calendar add-ons work with Premium version only. Find the full list of the add-on below.

( Available in Plugins Bundle )

Event Tickets
Effortlessly sell and manage event tickets.

Frontend Management
Allow users to manage events from the frontend directly.

Upcoming Events
Display upcoming events in a widget within a custom timeframe.

Import and export your events, calendars, venues, categories, tags, and organizers.

Custom Fields
Provide more detail about your events, venues, and organizers, by adding more fields.

Allow event subscription based on category, tag, organizer, and venue.

EXPORT TO GCal/iCal/Outlook
Events can be exported in CSV and ICS formats and imported into iCalendars, Google, and Outlook calendars.

With a simple embed code you can display your events and calendars on other websites.

Users can filter events based on their preferences.

Add a countdown as a widget or a shortcode to any of your calendar events.

Show events within a specific timeframe with 7 different views in any of your posts or pages.

ICAL Integration
Link your iCAL with event calendar to import your events.

Google Calendar Integration
Link your Google Calendar with event calendar to import your events.


*Some customizations described here are available in Premium version. Please refer to feature summary for additional info.

You can add calendars to your website either by inserting the generated shortcode into your posts and pages, or display it as a widget on the sidebar areas of your site. The admin panel of the plugin is pretty straightforward and user-friendly. To add a new calendar you just have to go to the admin panel, click on the “Add a new Calendar” tab and it will open up a new page. Afterwards you need to give a title to the calendar and choose a theme for it. Once you’re done you can preview the calendar, save it as a draft, or publish it right away. You can add events to the calendar either from the admin panel and later assign them to the selected calendars, or by clicking on the date on the calendar itself. To have your event added to the calendar , you need to specify the event name,choose the dates, select the event venue,provide a URL and a relevant video URL if available.For recurring events, you just need to specify the event repeating cycles, such as daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly. Under the settings tab you’ll find an extensive list of the general settings for the calendars that you can adjust to your needs. Here you can select the date display format, enable comments for the events, choose how the events will be organized, enable social icons, and a lot more. You can create new event categories and tags by giving them a title, adding a slug and a description. You can apply the tags and categories to multiple events at ones. For more information about the customization of the calendar settings, please refer to the plugin installation instructions below.


If you think you found a bug in Event Calendar WD, or have a problem/question concerning the plugin, please check out Support Forum.

Privacy Policy

Event Calendar WD plugin optionally embeds Google Maps on front end to display events on the map. Embedded Google Maps behave in the exact same way as if visitor has opened Google Maps site. Google may collect data about visitors, use cookies and tracking, included their logged-in experience interaction with Google platform. Google Maps are regulated under terms of Google privacy policy https://policies.google.com/privacy. The plugin asks for your consent to collect site administrator’s email address and site URL to offer customer support, deals and discounts on premium products and more.


  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Grey theme
  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Calendar
  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Calendar With Filter
  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Week View
  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Event
  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Theme Settings
  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Create Event
  • WordPress Event Calendar WD - Edit Venue


Thank you for your interest in Event Calendar WD.

Minimum requirements.

  • WordPress 3.9+
  • PHP 5.x
  • MySQL 5.x

Perform a new installation

After downloading the ZIP file of the Event Calendar WD plugin,

  1. Log in to the administrator panel.
  2. Go to Plugins Add > New > Upload.
  3. Click “Choose file” (“Browse”) and select the downloaded zip file of the event calendar.
    For Mac Users
    Go to your Downloads folder and locate the folder with the Event Calendar WD. Right-click on the folder and select Compress. Now you have a newly created .zip file which can be installed as described here.
  4. Click “Install Now” button.
  5. Click “Activate Plugin” button for activating the Event Calendar WD.
  6. If the installation does not succeed, please click here to contact us.


1. How do I publish the calendar in the page or post?

To use the created calendars within a page or post you should use the shortcode. Open the page/post from the back end. Press on the Event Calendar WD icon within the editor. The shortcode with three tabs will appear. An alternative is copying the shortcode from the All Calendars subsection (it will take default settings) and further editing it.

Select Calendar. Using the drop-down list choose the calendar you want to add.
Events per page in list view. By default 5 events are being listed in list view. You can change the number to the desired quantity.
Enable Event search. Check the box to enable front end search for the events.

You can set up to 7 different views. By using the drop-down you can select a view for each tab. The order of the tabs will be based on the selection.

This section works with filters add on. You can specify the list of the filtering options you want to display for the front end users.

2. What add-ons are available for The Events Calendar?

You can install a number of management-related, event grouping and integrative add-ons to boost your experience. Please note that the Calendar add-ons are supported by the premium version of Event Calendar WD.

FRONTEND MANAGEMENT – This add-on is designed for allowing the users/guests to add events to the calendar from the front end. In addition, the users can also have permissions to edit/delete their events. The Frontent Management add-on of this event manager plugin turns it into an interactive calendar.

IMPORT/EXPORT – The following data of the Event Calendar WD can be exported and imported: Events, Categories, Venues,Organizers and Tags. The exported/imported data will be in CSV format, which can be further edited, modified and imported.

CUSTOM FIELDS – Custom Fields Add-On will enable you to have more fields for more detailed and structured content: you can use this add-on and create additional fields for each event, venue and organizer.

SUBSCRIBE – Event Calendar Subscription Add-on is a great tool which allows subscribing to events based on category, tag, organizer and venue.

EXPORT TO GCAL/ICAL/OUTLOOK – Export add-on will allow your calendar users to export single or whole month events in CSV and ICS formats and import to their iCalendars, Google and Outlook calendars.

This is a wonderful feature, since many users often keep their event booking data, restaurant reservations, or schedule on iCal, Google Calendar or Outlook Calendar. With this add-on, you will not need to recreate all these events, simply import them into the events manager.

EMBED – This add-on will allow displaying a calendar from your site to other websites using embed code without need of installing ECWD plugin.

FILTER ADD-ON – This add-on is designed for advanced event filter and browsing. It will display multiple filters, which will make it easier for the user to find the relevant event from the calendar.

COUNTDOWN ADD-ON – With this add-on you can add an elegant countdown to your site. It supports calendar events or a custom one. The styles and colors of the countdown can be modified. It can be used both as widget and shortcode.

UPCOMING EVENTS – The Upcoming events widget is designed for displaying upcoming events lists. The number of events, the event date ranges, as well as the appearance of the widget is fully customizable and easy to manage.

VIEWS – ECWD Views is a convenient add-on for displaying one of the additional Pro views within the pages and posts. The add-on allows choosing the time range of the events, which will be displayed with a particular view.

FACEBOOK INTEGRATION – This addon integrates ECWD with your Facebook page and gives functionality to import events or just display events without importing.

GOOGLE CALENDAR INTEGRATION – This addon integrates ECWD with your Google Calendar and gives functionality to import events or just display events without importing.

ICAL INTEGRATION – This addon integrates ECWD with your iCAL Calendar and gives functionality to import events or just display events without importing.

EVENT TICKETS – Event Tickets Add-on is an easy set up tool for integrating ECWD with WooCommerce to sell tickets for your events. These tickets are sold as bookings from your calendar and you are notified about each sale.

This event ticketing power-up of the calendar manager plugin allows you to add the following features to your website:

  • event registration/online reservation system,
  • appointment booking calendar,
  • booking system with a booking form,
  • RSVP/booking calendar,
  • ticket sales.
3. Can I publish the Calendar as a Widget?

Yes, you can publish the events calendar as a widget. To do so, please follow the steps below.

Go to Appearance>Widgets toolbar.
Find the Event Calendar WD widget and assign it to a custom widget position

Title. Set a title for the widget. Alternatively, you can leave it blank.
Calendar to Display. Select the calendar which will be displayed as a widget.
Display events as. Here you can set the events to be displayed either in a Month or List view.
Events per page as a list view. Here you can set the number of events you want to be displayed when list view is in use.

4. How do I add a new event in the calendar?

Open your availability calendar plugin and navigate to the Add New section in the menu. Here you can create new events by specifying such details, as:
Title. Set a title for the event.
Content. Provide the details of the event.
Event Settings: These settings will help you configure the event dates, repeat rates, URL, venues and organizers.
* Event Dates. Specify the starting and finishing dates and times for the event using the datepicker. If the event lasts all day, check the “All Day” option.
* Repeat Rate. If the event is recurring, you can set a repeat rate and specify the days for repeating the event on a daily, weekly, monthly or yearly basis.
* Daily repeat. Here you can set the frequency of the repeat rate and its finish date. For example, repeat every 4 days until October 5, 2017.
* Weekly repeat. Here you can set the finish date and the weekly frequency of the repeat by specifying a repetition day for the selected number of weeks. For example, repeat every 2 weeks on Mondays until October 5, 2015.
* Monthly repeat. Here you can set the monthly frequency and the finish date of the repeat. This can be done either by setting the event on the same day of the month as the original event or repeating it on a specified day of the first, second, third, fourth or simply the last week of the month. For example, repeat the event 2 months on the first Friday of the month until October, 2017.
* Yearly repeat. Here you can set the yearly frequency and the finish date of the repeat. This can be done by setting the event on the same day of every year as the original event or repeating it every specific month on a specified day of the first, second, third, fourth or simply the last week of that month. For example, repeat the event 2 years on the first Friday of the September until October, 2017.
* Event Venue. Select the venue of the event from the existing venues or create a new one by adding a venue title, description, address, phone, website and location using a Google Maps key if necessary. Please note that you need to get a Google Maps key from Google APIs first to be able to configure the Gmaps features and styles in the plugin Settings. As for a newly created venue, it will automatically be added to your Venue list.
* Event URL. Set an external URL, which will be included within the event description.
* Event Video URL. Set the absolute URL of a YouTube/Vimeo video to be displayed within the event.
* Calendars. You can choose the calendar to which the event will be added to.
* Organizers. You can choose the organizer of the event from the existing organizers or set a new one by adding the organizer title, description, phone and website.
* Event Location. If the venue is not set, you can specify a new location for the event using Google Maps feature. Note that the location will not be added to the Venue list.

5. How to change date format?

If you need to change event date format, please open Calendar Settings and type necessary type in Date format input. For instance, in case you want to have dates as 03/1/2015, set the format to M/d/Y.

6. How can I add a Venue to my event?

To add a new venue navigate to the Venues menu in plugin menu tabs and click on the Add New button.

You can create new venues by specifying such details, as:

Title. Set a title for the venue.
Content. Provide details about the specific venue if necessary.
Address. Fill in the address of the venue or show the venue location on Google Maps by checking the ‘Show Google Maps’ option. You can drag and drop the Google Maps marker to the location, which will then be displayed with the event. Please note that you need to get a Google Maps key from Google APIs first to be able to configure the maps features and styles in the plugin Settings.
Phone. Fill in the phone number of the venue.
Website. Enter the web-address of the venue.
Featured image. Set an image to be associated with the specific venue.

7. Can I filter events based on categories, tags and other attributes?

With the help of Event Filter add-on of Event Calendar WD Premium you can add extra user-friendly navigation on your custom calendars.

The add-on does not require special configuration. When inserting a calendar shortcode into a page or post, all available filters are added automatically. They display as checkboxes, which let users to select one or more options and filter events accordingly.

8. How can I display an upcoming events calendar on my WordPress site?

Premium version of Event Calendar WD plugin provides Upcoming Events add-on. With a simple configuration, it lets you place upcoming events calendar on your website as a WP calendar widget.

9. Can I display events from my Facebook page on my WordPress calendar?

Facebook Integration add-on of Event Calendar WD Pro lets you incorporate Facebook events with your WordPress site, and display the events feed within your WP calendar.

Turn it into a facebook event calendar by simply providing Facebook page ID when you edit your calendar. Alternatively, you can physically import the events from Import FB Events page, and add them to your Facebook calendar afterwards.

10. How can I integrate Google Calendar with Event Calendar WD?

This beautiful calendar plugin for WordPress provides Google Calendar Integration add-on for its Premium version. You can import Gcal into Event Calendar WD, or simply display them on your calendar without importing.

Simply copy your Google Calendar ID to the corresponding option among WP calendar settings, and the events will appear. When you make changes on your Google Calendar, the events on your attractive calendar will update automatically.

11. Can I let users to add their own events?

Frontend Event Management add-on of this events calendar plugin turns your event list into an online booking calendar. It lets users add their own events with desired dates and times, serving as a booking plugin.

This add-on comes handy, when you require meeting scheduling and appointment booking calendar, or event booking functionality. Users can place event bookings by adding new events from calendar page, which will be queued for website administrator’s approval.

Tune up Event Calendar WD Pro with Frontend Event Management add-on, and set up a powerful online reservation calendar on your WordPress website!

12. Is it possible to bring iCalendar events into Event Calendar?

You can retrieve iCal events lists into the Premium version of this events management plugin using its iCal Integration add-on. Start importing iCal event list to your website calendar in a simple and practical way.

The iCal Integration add-on allows you to incorporate the events with the following ways:
* Fetch them from iCalendar, without physically having the events in Event Calendar plugin.
* Import the events and bring them to your WordPress site.

By importing the iCal events, you will bring their descriptions, details, location and settings. You can also choose the category from which you wish to import the events.

Note: Make sure the iCalendar you are trying to incorporate is shared publicly.

13. Can I allow users to buy tickets of events from my calendar?

Sell the event subscription through Premium version of this WordPress events manager plugin and its Event Ticketing add-on. It allows you to organize event tickets and reservation easily.

This add-on is the solution for event ticketing feature, incorporating Event Calendar WD with WooCommerce. The tickets manager tool is easy-to-use. The integration between the add-on and WooCommerce plugin is automatic. With just a few clicks, users are able to buy tickets and make reservation for your event.

You can set the available dates for ticket sales, price, and stock on the event page. While the tickets are created within Event Calendar WD plugin, the payment of event ticketing is processed by WooCommerce. As the tickets are sold out, visitors will get notified about it with “Sold Out” banner.

Note: Make sure to install/activate WooCommerce plugin to your site in order to use Event Ticketing add-on.

14. How can I show a map of my event location?

You can incorporate Google Maps with this event subscription plugin the following way. Edit the venue of your event, then mark Show Google Maps checkbox.

This WordPress events manager plugin will allow you to fill in Address of your venue, and Google Maps marker will be placed on the pointed location. You can also specify Latitude and Longitude of your address. This will make the event reservation process for your users easier.

Note, that Google Maps API key is required for the maps to display correctly on your events management plugin. To get it, visit Google API Console.

15. Can I design the events lists on Month view with colored backgrounds?

Using Event Calendar WD WordPress reservation plugin, you can add different background colors to events of each category. To do that, edit the category of your event list, and use Category color option to set the background.

Additionally, you can use Image option to place an icon for your event category.

16. How can I have separate event organizers for my events?

Event Calendar WD plugin allows you to indicate organizers for each of your events. To begin creating organizers, visit Events > Organizers page, or use Add Organizer link at the bottom of event editor dashboard. Fill in the following information first:

  • Title,
  • Description,
  • Phone,
  • Website.

Press Save Organizer button. All created organizers will display here as a list.

In addition to simply showing the host of the event, organizers can contribute to event subscription feature of Subscribe add-on. Users are able to subscribe to events that belong to a selected organizer.


Great Events Calendar.. Even Better Customer Service!

I've been using this calendar plugin on my organizations website for about 3 years. It has always worked flawlessly until a couple of weeks ago. I had an issue with the plugin not playing well with some javascript code which caused problems in the WordPress editor. I contacted customer support and they knocked it out of the park!! I would like to thank Shushan Gevorgyan who personally handled my problem. It only took 2 emails back and forth between us (I needed to share some screenshots of my code) and she not only fixed the issue but sent the complete plugin package back to me for reinstallation. I'm very impressed!! Thank you again and I'll recommend your products from now on!

Nice calendar plugin

After the last update, I set 5 out of 5. Really nice and simple calendar, that I can use as I calendar of game release dates. And now without bugs with Gutenberg.

Great tool

I have been using this tool on my websites for over 2 years. I have had no problems. Updates do not cause any problems with other plugins or themes.

Good with some limitations

I have tried so many event calendars that my head spins. It may be that my expectations are too high, but every single one has limitations, (this includes purchasing the pro version)I operate an art gallery and offer art classes so booking and ticket sales are important. Pros: The pro version has a good monthly calendar display which is very editable. It allows registrations (bookings) and the purchase of tickets. It seems to work well with the new block editor and the Divi editor. Cons: The individual event page seems to be difficult to navigate for many of our students. I get frequent contacts from people that need help understanding how to book a class. It could be more intuitive for online booking a class. The other issue is its use of woocommerce for ticket sales. It does not have an option for variations in ticket types. It also does not give an option for other ticket sales through Paypal or other platforms. I give it 4 our of 5 stars because I have come up with some workarounds for a few of the limitations and am currently using this plugin.
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Contributors & Developers

“Event Calendar WD – Responsive Event Calendar plugin” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.




  • Fixed: Gutenberg integration fixes.


  • Fixed: Featured image saving.
  • Fixed: Conflict with PHP 5.3.


  • Changed: Links to 10Web.io.


  • New: Integration with 10Web Builder plugin
  • New: Separate section for 10Web Plugins
  • Fixed: PHP 5.3 compatibility issue


  • Fixed: Gutenberg compatibility issue


  • Fixed: XSS vulnerabilities
  • Changed: Capability required to edit themes


  • Fixed: PHP 5.4 error and minor style issues


  • New: Reset option for settings
  • New: Notices about extensions compatibility (Premium)
  • New: Delete past events
  • Improved: Import/Export menues merged into one (Premium)
  • Improved: Recurring events query with caching for better performance (Premium)
  • Improved: Number of upcoming events uses posts_per_page as default
  • Improved: Better UX when setting Date and time format
  • Changed: Do not allow to delete the last theme (Premium)
  • Changed: Restore themes if all are deleted
  • Changed: Recurring events are added to the slider of related and upcoming events
  • Changed: Other optimizations under the hood
  • Fixed: Calendar theme shouldn’t have view (Premium)
  • Fixed: Strip shortcodes from event subscription email (Premium)
  • Fixed: Fatal error when inserting countdown in calendar or event content (Premium)


  • Fixed: Security issue


  • New: Calendar uninstall
  • Improved: Importing iCal all day events (Premium)
  • New: Respect event timezone when importing iCal (Premium, requires extension update)
  • Fixed: New lines in iCal events descriptions (Premium)
  • Improved: Default values of events metadata
  • Changed: Other optimizations under the hood


  • New: GDPR compliance help
  • New: WD library updated
  • New: Use theme template for single event CPT
  • Improved: UX when editing calendar and choosing and adding event to calendar
  • Fixed: Event order on category/archive page by event date
  • Fixed: Other minor bugs
  • Fixed: Password protected events
  • Changed: Date inputs hidden from event quick edit params
  • Changed: Other optimizations under the hood


  • Improved: Fully translatable calendar plugin and extensions. Suggest your translations here: https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/event-calendar-wd
  • Improved: Frontend styles of single event, venue and organizer CPT
  • Changed: Styles of filters extension (Premium)
  • Changed: Some metaboxes moved to higher position


  • Changed: create_function is deprecated in PHP 7.2
  • Changed: Sort organizers and venues by title not slug in post type archive
  • Improved: Styles of Gutenberg block popup
  • Fixed: Styles of free and premium versions synchronized


  • Added: Gutenberg integration
  • Fixed: Google Maps zoom
  • Improved: Russian translation


  • Improved: Change default calendar using calendar list in dashboard
  • Changed: Calendar add-ons and themes do not have separate menu anymore
  • Changed: Updates and functionality removed (Premium)


  • Fixed: Bug on PHP 5.3 version


  • Changed: Introducing brand new free plugin: SEO by 10Web


  • Changed: Deactivation popup.
  • Fixed: Notice in single event page.


  • Changed: Web-Dorado links


  • New: Option to set zoom level in maps view (Pro)
  • Fixed: Map displayed without any event for that month (Pro)
  • Changed: Minor: WD library updated to version 1.0.12


  • Fixed: Conflict with some plugins on calendar frontend


  • Changed: Show notification to install Backup WD plugin only on plugin pages.


  • Changed: Introducing Backup WD plugin


  • Changed: Redirect after activation removed
  • Changed: WD library updated to version 1.0.11


  • New: Option to show event timezones on frontend


  • Changed: Add “ecwd_hide_old_events”=1 as a custom meta field to calendar in order to hide past events and months
  • Fixed: PHP notice in events category page when there is no event
  • Fixed: JS error when trying to save event with no date
  • Fixed: DB changes on silent activation
  • Improved: Compatibility of templates for single event and event taxonomy with WooCommerce-compatible themes


  • Changed: Improved UI of venue editor in event page
  • Fixed: Displayed date and time for one day event
  • Fixed: Fatal error if PHP Calendar module not loaded
  • Fixed: Add new venue from event editor page


  • Fixed: Remove duplicated post contents form venues and organizers


  • Fixed: Description on event post


  • Changed: Plugin interface
  • Fixed: Minor bugs


  • Fixed: Security issue


  • Fixed: Bug on organizer view


  • Added: Visible event count per day
  • Fixed: Weekly repeating events


  • Fixed: Helper bar
  • Fixed: events archive page
  • Fixed: events category archive page


  • Fixed: Theme update issue
  • Fixed: Notices


  • Added: Helper bar


  • Added: Overview page
  • Changed: Deactivation


  • Added: “Do not show past events” option


  • Fixed: Minor bug
  • Fixed: Bug on day view


  • Added: Script keys
  • Fixed: Bug on widget
  • Fixed: Styles
  • Fixed: Back link


  • Fixed: Calendar search


  • Changed: Featured plugins


  • Fixed: Bug on widget list view
  • Fixed: Styles


  • Fixed: Clear cache option notice
  • Added: Translations


  • Added: Widget theme


  • Added: Event description max length option


  • Added: Google maps style option
  • Added: Latitude,Longitude inputs in event-meta,venue-meta pages


  • Fixed: Data structures
  • Fixed: Bug on Repeating events


  • Changed: Backend menu


  • Changed: Organizers, venues cache
  • Fixed: Venue edit in event
  • Fixed: Gmap js issue


  • Changed: Settings structure
  • Fixed: Minor bug


  • Fixed: Minor bug


  • Added: Enable sidebar in event page option


  • Fixed: Bug on Google Maps


  • Fixed: Bug on Views add-on
  • Changed: Featured themes, plugins pages


  • Fixed: List view pagination
  • Fixed: Week view start


  • Added: Calendar start date option


  • Added: Google Maps API Key


  • Fixed: Translations
  • Changed: Open Google map when Marker is clicked option
  • Fixed: Mark all days of multi-day event


  • Added: Show events detail on hover option


  • Added: Grab the first post image option


  • Fixed: Conflict with Page Builder by SiteOrigin
  • Fixed: Bug on trashed events


  • Added: Embed add-on


  • Fixed: Bug on mini calendar
  • Fixed: Bug on multi-day events
  • Fixed: Bug on event pop-up
  • Fixed: Bug on widget


  • Added: Order of events archive page option
  • Fixed: Minor bug


  • Fixed: Translation


  • Fixed: Minor bug
  • Changed: Event popup position


  • Fixed: List view events order
  • Added: Organaizer on single event
  • Added: Portuguese (Brazil) Translation
  • Fixed: Description formatting


  • New: Related events count option


  • Added: Export to GCal/ICal add-on


  • Added: Mark all days of multi-day event option


  • Added: Config page
  • Changed: Spanish Translation
  • Changed: German Translation
  • Changed: Featured plugins/themes page
  • Changed: Event details popup direction for 4th day
  • Fixed: Scroll issue in mobile


  • Added: Event Subscribe add-on


  • Added: Swedish translation by Marcel Króča and Slovak translation by Magnus Juven
  • Fixed: Issue with featured image
  • Fixed: Pointer bug


  • Added: Wizard
  • Added: Tour
  • Added: Czech and Danish translation


  • Added: Shortcode support on event description


  • Added: Romanian translation (by Oana Tarce)
  • Fixed: Bug for php version < 5.3


  • Added: Latvian translation (by Intars G.)
  • Fixed: Issue with venues dropdown in the back end
  • Fixed: CSS issue in calendar views section for ‘right to left’ languages (e.g. arabic)


  • Added: Croatian translation
  • Added: Sample data


  • Added: Option for no additional details text


  • Fixed: Google structured data errors
  • Changed: Event hover popup styles


  • Added: New year promo notice


  • Added: New theme


  • Fixed: Date issue for php version < 5.3
  • Fixed: German translations


  • Added: Custom css option


  • Added: Catalan language support(by Vicenc Huguet)
  • Fixed: Views slider js issue


  • Changed: Responsive pop-up styles
  • Changed: Featured plugins


  • Changed: Category page
  • Added: Polish translation


  • Fixed: Show events issue in list view
  • Increased: Date range of events in venue and organizer pages
  • Added: Event Tickets add-on


  • Added: Date format option for list, week and day views
  • Fixed: “Back” link in single event page
  • Fixed: Shortcode default view issue
  • Fixed: Norwegian language files


  • Fixed: Dates translation issue in posterboard view
  • Fixed: Venues show map issue for ajaxed themes
  • Fixed: Views slider js issue


  • Added: Day view option as default to widget
  • Added: Close popup by escape
  • Added: Finnish translation (by Håkan Mitts)


  • Added: Mini calendar view for page


  • Fixed: Norwegian language files name


  • Added: ECWD Views add-on
  • Added: Norwegian (Bokmål) and Norwegian (Nynorsk) languages support(by Vegard Innerdal)


  • Changed: Added padding to event details for screens < 768
  • Changed: Hide next/prev month names for screen < 768
  • Fixed: More events popup bug


  • New: Display Events in popup option


  • Fixed: Sidebar css in event page for twentyfourteen theme
  • Fixed: Calendar widget center css
  • Changed: Notices show order


  • Fixed: Events monthly repeat rate issue
  • Added: Week view option to widget
  • Added: Custom Fields add-on


  • Added: Frontend events management add-on
  • Fixed: Rewrite rules for custom permalinks structure
  • Fixed: JS error in related events slider
  • Added: Hungarian language support
  • Added: Serbian language support
  • Fixed: Translations for Dutch


  • Added: Ajaxed themes support
  • Fixed: Next month link issue
  • Changed: More events dialog
  • Added: Support/rate us messages


  • Fixed: JS error in widgets page


  • Fixed: Show event url issue
  • Added: “noindex, nofollow” to calendar links
  • Added: Open pop in new tab option
  • Added: Japanese support


  • Minor bug fixed


  • Added: Themes folder
  • Changed: Related events title style
  • Added: Apply category color to event title in event page option


  • Fixed: Time format issue


  • Added: Show the repeat rate in event page option


  • Added: Show AM/PM option


  • Fixed: Conflict with Avada theme
  • Added: Date to events link


  • Changed: Calendar Add-ons page


  • Changed: Calendar Add-ons page


  • Added: Organizers and venues archive page order option
  • Added: Show categories and tags in event page option
  • Fixed: Featured image sizes in widget


  • Fixed: Show google maps conflict with other plugins
  • Fixed: Geolocation bug
  • Fixed: Save organizer featured image issue


  • Changed: Event page
  • Added: Portuguese language


  • New: Related events slider
  • New: Enable/disable rewrite rule option


  • Changed: Removed Add Venue link
  • Fixed: Delete event from calendar page issue


  • New: Events Filters in backend
  • Fixed: Bug in shortcode


  • Fixed: Bug in add/edit calendar


  • New: Event template
  • New: “Show map in event page” option
  • Changed: “Repeat until” field is required


  • Fixed: Minor bugs


  • Fixed: Bug in Week view
  • Fixed: Permalink bug


  • Initial version