Manage and display events, recurring events, locations and maps, widgets, RSVP, ICAL and RSS feeds, payment gateways support. SEO compatible.
Events Made Easy is a full-featured event management solution for WordPress. Events Made Easy supports public, private, draft and recurring events, locations management, RSVP (+ optional approval), Paypal, 2Checkout, FirstData and Google maps. With Events Made Easy you can plan and publish your event, or let people reserve spaces for your weekly meetings. You can add events list, calendars and description to your blog using multiple sidebar widgets or shortcodes; if you are a web designer you can simply employ the template tags provided by Events Made Easy.
Events Made Easy integrates with Google Maps; thanks to geocoding, Events Made Easy can find the location of your event and accordingly display a map. Events Made Easy handles RSVP and bookings, integrates payments for events using paypal and other payment gateways and allows payment tracking.
Events Made Easy provides also a RSS and ICAL feed, to keep your subscribers updated about the events you're organising.
Events Made Easy is fully multi-site compatible.
Events Made Easy is fully customisable; you can customise the amount of data displayed and their format in events lists, locations, attendees and in the RSS/ICAL feed. Also the RSVP form can be changed to your liking with extra fields, and by using EME templates let you change the layout even per page!
Events Made Easy is fully localisable and already partially localised in Italian, Spanish, German, Swedish, French and Dutch.
Events Made Easy is also fully compatible with qtranslate (and mqtranslate): most of the settings allow for language tags so you can show your events in different languages to different people. The booking mails also take the choosen language into account.
For more information, documentation and support forum visit the Official site .
Requires: 4.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.3
Last Updated: 3 days ago
Active Installs: 10,000+
30 of 30 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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