WP Event Manager

Description

WP Event Manager is a lightweight, scalable and full-featured event management plugin for adding event listing functionality to your WordPress site. The shortcode lists all the events, it can work with any theme and is really easy to setup and customise. The settings pages let you select how you want the event displayed.

Free Plugin Features

  • Fully Responsive
  • Cross Browsers support ( Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera )
  • SEO Friendly & Compatible with SEO plugins.
  • Multilingual Translation – Internationalized Supported
  • Completely ajaxified for super smooth browsing
  • Add, manage, and categorise event listings using the familiar WordPress UI.
  • Searchable & filterable ajax powered event listings added to your pages via shortcodes.
  • Frontend forms for guests and registered users to submit & manage event listings.
  • Allow event listers to preview their listing before it goes live. The preview matches the appearance of a live event listing.
  • Each listing can be tied to an email or website address so that attendees can register to the events.
  • Searches also display RSS links to allow attendees to be alerted to new events matching their search.
  • Allow logged in organizers to view, edit, mark cancelled, or delete their active event listings.
  • RSS Feeds
  • Event categories
  • Easily create custom event field (e.g. dress code)
  • Assign event locations and view events by location
  • Widgets for Recents, Upcomming, Featured Events
  • Plenty of template tags and shortcodes for use in your posts and pages
  • Caching Support
  • Developer friendly code, Custom Post Types, endpoints & template files.
  • Singleton Javascript, Ajax & Save memory at client side.
  • Debug Mode for Developers
  • Actively maintained and supported
  • Lots of documentation and tutorials

The plugin comes with several shortcodes to output events in various formats, and since its built with Custom Post Types you are free to extend it further through themes.

Read more about WP Event Manager.

Documentation

Documentation for the core plugin and add-ons can be found on the docs site here. Please take a look before requesting support because it covers all frequently asked questions!

Add-ons

The core WP Event Manager plugin is free and always will be. It covers all functionality we consider ‘core’ to running a simple event listing site.

Additional, advanced functionality is available through add-ons. Not only do these extend the usefulness of the core plugin, they also help fund the development and support of core.

You can browse available add-ons after installing the plugin by going to Event Listings > Add-ons. Our popular add-ons include:

Pro Add-ons Plugin Features

  • Calendar
    It will let you display an event calendar that lists the upcoming events on your website. This is the most convenient way to display all your events based on the dates.
  • Google Maps
    It will integrate the feature of the search through maps and locations. It also enables proximity search on your website.
  • Registrations
    Allow attendees to register to events using a form & organizers to view and manage the registrations from their event dashboard.
  • WooCommerce Sell Tickets
    Sell tickets for your events and keep track of them. Event Sell Tickets addon runs on the most popular ecommerce system for WordPress powered by WooCommerce. Create multiple event tickets which can be purchased or redeemed during event submission. Requires the WooCommerce plugin.
  • Event Alerts
    Allow registered users to save their event searches and create alerts which send new events via email daily, weekly or fortnightly.
  • Bookmarks
    Attendees/User can bookmark events and organizer can bookmark attendees/user using Bookmarks Plugin. Only logged in users can bookmarks. User can give an note while bookmark and this note is optional.
  • Embeddable Event Widget
    Event Listing Owner (Organizer/User) can generate embed code using Embeddable Event Widget plugin. This embed code can display organizer's event listings wherever they use this code.
  • Sliders
    Use owl carousel and other type of sliders for your listings. The sliders are totally responsive.
  • Organizers
    Organizers add-on display grouped and alphabetized list of all the organizers.It also display total active events and total organizers.
  • Contact Organizer
    You can contact to the organizer via contact form. You can also create own email template for sending mail to organizer.
  • Emails
    You can create own email template for the user activity like Changes the default user registration email templates. When new user register then send mail with own defined template.
  • Event Tags
    Using the Event Tags plugin you can add a new event tags field to the submit process, show events filtered by tag via shortcodes, and add tag filtering to the standard events shortcode.
  • Google Analytics
    This Google Analytics plugin enables you to track your site using the latest Google Analytics tracking code and allows you to view key Google Analytics reports at your google analytics account.
  • Logs
    You can make enable or disable debugging and trace javascript and other files with this plugin.

Great Add-ons

You can get the above add-ons and several others at discount with our Great Add-ons. Take a look!

Contributing and reporting bugs

You can contribute code & localizations to this plugin via GitHub: https://github.com/ashokdudhat/wp-event-manager

Thanks to all of our contributors.

Support

Use the WordPress.org forums for community support where we try to help all users. If you spot a bug, you can log it (or fix it) on Support where we can act upon them more efficiently.

If you need help with one of our add-ons, please contact us.

If you want help with a customisation, please consider hiring a developer! http://jobs.wordpress.net/ is a good place to start.

Connect With US

To stay in touch and get latest update about WP Event Manager’s further releases and features, you can connect with us via:
Facebook
Twitter
Google Plus
Linkedin
Pinterest
Youtube.

Screenshots

  • The submit Event Form.

  • Submit Event Preview.

  • A Single Event Listing.

  • Event Search Filters

  • Event Listing - Line Layout

  • Event Listing - Box Layout

  • Frontend - Event Dashboard.

  • Backend - Event Dashboard.

  • Add New Event From Backend - Admin Panel.

  • Add Event Type From Backend - Admin Panel.

  • Add Event Category From Backend - Admin Panel.

  • Event Listing Settings From Backend - Admin Panel.

  • Event Submission Settings From Backend - Admin Panel.

  • Event Page Settings From Backend - Admin Panel.

Installation

Automatic installation

Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t even need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install, log in to your WordPress admin panel, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.

In the search field type “WP Event Manager” and click Search Plugins. Once you’ve found the plugin you can view details about it such as the the point release, rating and description. Most importantly of course, you can install it by clicking Install Now.

Manual installation

The manual installation method involves downloading the plugin and uploading it to your web server via your favorite FTP application.

  • Download the plugin file to your computer and unzip it

  • Using an FTP program, or your hosting control panel, upload the unzipped plugin folder to your WordPress installation’s wp-content/plugins/ directory.

  • Activate the plugin from the Plugins menu within the WordPress admin.

Getting started

Once installed:

  1. Create a page called “events” and inside place the [events] shortcode. This will list your events.

  2. Create a page called “submit event” and inside place the [submit_event_form] shortcode if you want front-end submissions.

  3. Create a page called “event dashboard” and inside place the [event_dashboard] shortcode for logged in users to manage their listings.

Note when using shortcodes, if the content looks blown up/spaced out/poorly styled, edit your page and above the visual editor click on the ‘text’ tab. Then remove any ‘pre’ or ‘code’ tags wrapping your shortcode.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

Automatic installation

Automatic installation is the easiest option as WordPress handles the file transfers itself and you don’t even need to leave your web browser. To do an automatic install, log in to your WordPress admin panel, navigate to the Plugins menu and click Add New.

In the search field type “WP Event Manager” and click Search Plugins. Once you’ve found the plugin you can view details about it such as the the point release, rating and description. Most importantly of course, you can install it by clicking Install Now.

Manual installation

The manual installation method involves downloading the plugin and uploading it to your web server via your favorite FTP application.

  • Download the plugin file to your computer and unzip it

  • Using an FTP program, or your hosting control panel, upload the unzipped plugin folder to your WordPress installation’s wp-content/plugins/ directory.

  • Activate the plugin from the Plugins menu within the WordPress admin.

Getting started

Once installed:

  1. Create a page called “events” and inside place the [events] shortcode. This will list your events.

  2. Create a page called “submit event” and inside place the [submit_event_form] shortcode if you want front-end submissions.

  3. Create a page called “event dashboard” and inside place the [event_dashboard] shortcode for logged in users to manage their listings.

Note when using shortcodes, if the content looks blown up/spaced out/poorly styled, edit your page and above the visual editor click on the ‘text’ tab. Then remove any ‘pre’ or ‘code’ tags wrapping your shortcode.

How do I setup WP Event Manager?

View the getting installation and setup guide for advice getting started with the plugin. In most cases it’s just a case of adding some shortcodes to your pages!

Can I use WP Event Manager without frontend event submission?

Yes! If you don’t setup the [submit_event_form] shortcode, you can just post from the admin backend.

How can I customize the event submission form?

There are three ways to customize the fields in WP Event Manager;

  1. For simple text changes, using a localisation file or a plugin such as Say What.

  2. For field changes, or adding new fields, using functions/filters inside your theme’s functions.php file: Read more.

  3. Use a 3rd party plugin which has a UI for field editing.

If you’d like to learn about WordPress filters, here is a great place to start: Read more.

How can I be notified of new events via email?

If you wish to be notified of new postings on your site you can use a plugin such as Post Status Notifier.

Reviews

Sophisticated plugin with great support

The plugin makers team is really good and made this full-fledged plugin. The layout is very much similar to WP job manager which is led by Automattic Inc itself.

The support team of plugin provides support to free users as well which is exceptionally good, and a must learn for other developers too.

Thanks a lot. recommended for this one and will try the Add-Ons once our site is running up.

Awesome plugin

This plugin has really a lot of functions, and is easy to configure using template files, and the support is really fast, I will buy the extension because will solve me a lot of problems.
The only thing I’m sorry about is not having discovered it before.

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Contributors & Developers

“WP Event Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

2.0

  • Fixed – Expired listing issue fixed on events shortcode.
  • Fixed – Organizer logo MIME Type error.
  • Fixed – POT file and some string improved.
  • Fixed – Organizer section css improved.
  • Fixed – Improved cashe helper and expiry date

1.9

  • Added – GUI form field editor added.
  • Fixed – Some CSS tweeks.

1.8

  • Fixed – Preview and expired status in admin panel issue fixed.
  • Fixed – Expired events removed from seo indexing.
  • Fixed – Google map api issue solved.
  • Fixed – Geocodding API improved.
  • Fixed – Rss feed problem solved

1.7

  • Fixed Google api issue fixed.
  • Fixed – Some string tweaks.

1.6

  • Fixed Start date validation issue.
  • Fixed – Set organizer logo as event featured image.
  • Fixed – CSS tweeks.

1.5

  • Fixed Fixed Watch video button blue color removed..
  • Fixed Fixed Auto categories and types re-activate plugin problem.
  • Fixed Fixed css problem with theme.
  • Fixed Fixed jQuery Deserialize – vendor assign js file.

1.4

  • Fixed Sort by date problem for event listing and widgets.

1.3

  • Fixed Widget (Recent,Upcomming and Featured Events) Sort by date.

1.2

  • Fixed – Improve WPML compatibility.
  • Fixed – Add an implicit whitelist for API requests.
  • Fixed – Taxonomy search conditions.
  • Fixed – Admin Addon page addon listing.
  • Added – Allow event types to be optional, just like categories.
  • Added – Add get_event_listing_types filter.
  • Added – Various date format setting improvements.
  • Added – Pass search values filter.
  • Added – Multiple event type and category settings.
  • Added – Admin notification added for showcase and rating.

1.1

  • Fixed – Tweak settings page.
  • Fixed – Tweak css updated.

1.0

  • First stable release.