Support » Plugin: Events Manager » Can find how to paginate myself in template

  • Hello.
    When using EM_Calendar::output( $args ) in a template file, the plugins generate a list of event with pagination, etc…
    But I want to customise my list so I used $listEvents = EM_Events::get( $args );
    and then make a foreach loop, no problem there.
    My arguments are: `$args = array(‘owner’ => false,
    ‘pagination’ => 1,
    ‘ajax’ => false,
    ‘orderby’ => ‘event_start_date,event_start_time,event_name’ ,
    ‘order’ => ‘ASC’ ,
    ‘scope’ => ‘future’ ,
    ‘limit’ => ‘9’,
    But how can I paginate, I can’t find any exemple in the code or the templates…

    Here is my loop also:

     foreach ($listEvents as $event): ?>
                            <div class="column column-block">
                                <article  id="post-<?php echo $event->post_id; ?>" class="boutique text-center">
    						            <?php if($event->image_url)
    							            $imageurl = $event->image_url;
    							            $imageurl = get_field('image_par_defaut_pour_les_nouvelles','option')['sizes']['large'];
                                        <a href="<?php echo get_permalink($event->post_id);?>">
                                            <img class="featured-thumb" src="<?php echo $imageurl;?>" alt="<?php echo $event->event_name;?>"/>
                                        <h3 class="entry-title"><a href="<?php echo get_permalink($event->post_id);?>"><?php echo $event->event_name; ?></a></h3>
                            <?php endforeach; ?>

    Thanks for your time.

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  • Plugin Support angelo_nwl


    NetWebLogic Support

    using EM_Events::get() you might need to do it using custom coding; you can see EM pagination code under events-manager/em-functions.php

    Ok thanks!
    Is there also a function to “transform” the result of EM_Events::get() into “regular” post to be able to use the usual wordpress function? I get yes as the events can be shown in a regular archive page…

    Plugin Support caimin_nwl


    NetWebLogic Support

    I’m pretty sure you can use query_posts() with a custom post type.

    Oh yeah! Thanks a lot! Sometimes, I don’t see the simplest solution…

    Ok, when using a query_post(), how can I get the “start-date” or the “end-date” of the event as the object returned by wordpress is a standard post object, so missing the “event” variable…



    I answer to my last question, seems everything is in Post_Meta so you could retrieve them by get_post_meta($post->ID).

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