Experimental extensions, hacks and gadgetry for The Events Calendar
[event_rocket_list]embeds the list widget (should be considered deprecated if you are an Events Calendar PRO user)
The remaining "widget wrappers" have now been deprecated and should not be used. If you are currently using them, please transition to the official alternatives provided by Events Calendar PRO.
Yes - you can use the
[event_embed] shortcode to do this (please see here).
[event_embed from="2014-07-01" to="2014-07-31"]grab events in July
[event_embed from="2014-10-01" category="fruit"]grab events starting in October that belong to the category fruit
Both the countdown and venue widgets need to know which event or venue you are referring to. All of the following are examples of acceptable ways to pass this information:
[event_rocket_venue id="123"]which is nice and short
[event_rocket_venue venue_id="123"]is also allowed
[event_rocket_countdown id="789"]this time the ID relates to the event
[event_rocket_countdown event_id="789"]again you can be more explicit if you wish
A new menu option will appear in the WordPress tools menu labelled 'Cleanup events data' - please note that you are strongly cautioned to make a full and complete backup before using this tool (and, of course, should make yourself aware of the steps needed to restore that backup).
When Event Rocket is activated the event editor should contain a special new RSVP section. You must visit this and enable RSVPs for each applicable event.
Once enabled an RSVP form will be displayed on single event pages: for best results you are encouraged to use the restrict to logged in users option, otherwise you run the potential of dealing with spam responses and other issues.
Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.3
Last Updated: 2015-8-30
Active Installs: 3,000+
8 of 29 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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