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Eventify™ – Simple Events

Description

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Description

With Eventify™ , you can schedule events and choose to either display the events using the widget display in the sidebar OR as a list on a wordpress page OR both. Create a POST with event details using the plugin. The events come up as links, which once clicked, display events in a popup OR open up the POSTs that they were saved as. Basically, You can choose how you want
to display events, either as a lightbox style popup or save and display the events as wordpress posts. You can also let your blog users/authors/contributors/subscribers/administrators add events directly from a widget in the frontend of the website!

You can now display events in a neat little calendar on any posts/pages! To know more, see “Features”

For more on this have a look a the video here Eventify Pro Simple Events Management Help Center

Now you can add repeating events, delete them swiftly. You can also set a custom category for events that are saved as posts. Please see the video below for more..

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Features

  1. One can edit the CSS for the popups to virtually anything! and From 1.6.b onwards, its a cool jQuery based popup.
  2. Display next “n” events or Display events happening in the next “n” days.
  3. Now you can let your users add events right from the sidebar and/or from a page or post!
  4. You can also display events in a google styled calendar. CSS is completely customizable.
  5. Bulk upload events into the database using excel csv format. Download the csv file after you install the plugin to know more.
  6. You can show events as popups or as wordpress posts.
  7. Use [eventifytag] anywhere in POST/Text Widget/PAGE to display the list of upcoming events. See here.
  8. Use [eventifyform] shortcode/tag anywhere in POST/PAGE to allow users/admin/editors/authors to add events.
  9. Backup all your events and restore anytime. Eventify™ Pro Simple Events Management Help Center

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Please note

If you are updating from versions 1.2 or lower, please make asure you delete/uninstall the old plugin first! made modifications to the database!

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Screenshots

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Installation

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This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.

  1. Upload folder eventify to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. There would an option available in the settings tab, called ‘Eventify’, from where you can add/schedule/delete events.
  4. There is a bulk upload feature also, but still in beta, to use it correctly please have a look at the video on the
    Eventify™ Pro Simple Events Management Help Center
  5. If you are experiencing any problems after an upgrade, from any previous version to 1.2.b, please deactivate, un-install and re-install from this place.
  6. Its highly recommended that you visit the Eventify™ Pro Simple Events Management Help Center page and look at the video tutorials there filed under the Legacy plugin category.

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Tag Usage: To display events in the google styled calendar system

display an entire calendar in a page/post, by just entering the following short tag in any post/page!

[eventifycalbig]

Tag Usage: To display events as list on a page/post/text widget use the following shortcode

[eventifytag displaytype=”events” displayno=”1″]

displaytype can be either “events” or “days” and displayno has to be a valid number.

  1. If you set the displaytype as “events” – Next n number of events will be listed. This number is set using the “displayno” parameter.

  2. If you set the displaytype as “days” – Events occuring in the next n days will be listed. This number is set using the “displayno” parameter.

  3. For more dateformat attribute values click here.

  4. If you still are facing some problems please have a look at the video tutorial over at the Eventify™ Pro Simple Events Management Help Center

Tag Usage: To allow users/admin/authors/editors to add events using a POST/PAGE

[eventifyform loggedin=”admin” popuponly=”1″]

  1. You can set loggedin to either “admin” or “editor” or “author” or “user”. Setting the loggedin parameter with the value of “user” would let any one using the PAGE/POST to add events.

  2. If you set popuponly as “1”, the form will only allow the admin/editor/author/user to enter events that are stored as “popups” instead of showing the admin/editor/author/user an option to choose between storing events either as “popups” or “posts”.

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FAQ

Have questions?

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Reviews

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Contributors & Developers

“Eventify™ – Simple Events” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

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NEWS

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2.1 – New date format options. Old date formats fixed. Fixed the donate button. For more info visit Eventify™ Pro Simple Events Management Help Center

2.0.a – Updated the plugin and fixed some issues with the date picker. Plugin is now compatible with WordPress 3.9+

1.8.a – Added support for repeating events. Added event category management for events saved as posts. Fixed bugs where adding events would stop working.

1.7.h – Security fix. Fixed another security exploit caused by RFI. Thanks to Mark.

1.7.g – Security fix. Fixed a major SQL injection exploit. Thanks to Miroslav Stampar.

1.7.f – Major JavaScript bug fixed. Thanks to Mitzi Withrow. The bug would show the popup when listing the events using the short tag.

1.7.e – Minor Calendar Bug Fix.

1.7.d – Fixed another calendar bug.

1.7.c – Fixed the calendar bug, now events appear proper with tooltips. Please have a look at screenshots for moe.

1.7.b – Fixed bug with Eventify Widget listing, List for “Display events occurring in the next ‘n’ days” was not working. Now Fixed.

1.6.e – Fixed bug with deleting events, now events delete gracefully.

1.6.d – Small bug fixes brought up to notice by users.

1.6.c – Major bug fix! Please upgrade to this version. Thanks to DANIELA. 🙂

1.6.b – Major upgrade! Added functionality to edit events that have been already added(Thanks to THOMAS for suggesting). Added functionality to set if users can choose between “popups” or “posts” or just allow them to store events as “posts”(Thanks DANIELA to for suggesting). Added a new short tag that would allow you to add a form for adding new events on any POST/PAGE. Also with this new release, the plugin will now use jQuery for other upcoming features and some features like the POPUP for events has been changed to jQuery.

1.5.a – Some bug fixes and a back up option, for backing up all events in the database. To know more about the backup feature watch the howto backup video

1.4.e – Minor release with some bug fixes 🙂 Added a facebook page too … if you use it join it 🙂

1.4.c – Fixed a major issue with new installs, the database table will not be created with 1.4.b, you have to use the 1.4.c for that. That’s the reason no events would be added if you were trying to do so. Sorry!

1.4.b – Updated both the front end and back end forms and restructured some code, will be cleaning up code for other files with next releases also. As for the front end and back end forms added ‘Time from’ and ‘Time to’ fields on request. 🙂

1.4.a – Added another widget, which is supplied with the plugin to let your users add events, it can be configured based on the roles present in wordpress. For more on this have a look a the video tutorials over at the Eventify™ Pro Simple Events Management Help Center

1.3.c – Fixed js bug in IE 8 Thanks to Dustin.

1.3.b – Minor bug fix release.

1.3.a – Added a feature to use shortcodes [enventifytag] that allows you to list events in pages/posts/text widgets/etc. New video tutorials uploaded, showing how to use the plugin and its features. Fixed some issues with bulk upload for events. For more have a look at the description tab or Eventify™ Pro Simple Events Management Help Center

1.2.b – Added some additional date formats for the widget and popup.. post still remains, will be covered in the next update, on request. If you are encountering errors, deactivate, delete and re-install the plugin from wordpress.org.

1.2.a – Added a feature to store events as posts and link them to the widget showing events.

1.1.e – Added international time zones for events, fixed issue with options page.

1.1.d – Added Lightbox type display for events, when events are clicked up in the sidebar widget, also fixed bug with event venue not being showing up on popups.

1.1.c – Added feature to display date on the widget as mm/dd/yyyy or dd/mm/yyyy and added a venue column.

1.1.b – Addressed some issues with deleting the events and bulk upload features.

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