Events Manager in action
we’re working on a list of showcase demos… i guess if anyone wants to drop a link, here’s the place!
I was coming in here with the same question. The details all sound great and possibly what I’m looking for, but I’d love to see some examples.
Will have to keep checking back to see if anyone posts any examples.
we’ve got a demo site coming within a few days so you’ll get one soon.
Can’t wait to see it. Loving this plugin from what I’ve seen so far.
I helped these guys out, it’s been modified a bit, but shows some of what’s possible:
http://thescoopmanhattan.com/ (see sidebar)
Events Manager is fantastic! Definitely go with the Pro (paid) version. You get a ton of features that make EM the best WordPress events plugin – hands down!
We are super happy with EM and receive compliments daily on it’s functionality and ease of use.
Check out The Scoop Manhattan to see it in action.
I have just launched it at http://www.ey2p.org
Thanks for making a really nifty piece of software as it does just what was needed. I have a couple of queries that I’ll place in another thread.
actually, just free is needed for their stuff, currently (and this will quickly change) pro offers extra payment features and private support forums.
Um, are there any demo sites that show the product working reliably?
Unfortunately The Scoop’s site gave me this error while checking the Categories:
Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 30932992) (tried to allocate 99453 bytes) in /homepages/31/d335370834/htdocs/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 2909
EY2P’s seems okay but doesn’t use a calendar view or categories…
Conversely, if I just install it to try it out, does it UNINSTALL cleanly? Would I just deactivate the plugin and remove its directory? What about the database content?
to uninstall, just deactivate and delete the plugin. If you want to delete database values, delete tables with prefix e.g. _em_ and in wp_options table delete option name dbem_*
database tables don’t get deleted because that would annoy more ppl than the other way around. need to make an uninstall feature though so it doesn’t need to be done manually.
ask here – http://wp-events-plugin.com/contact-us/ and we’ll send a couple other examples.
Hi, I have it here: http://goforfun.com.au
Click “Events” in the top menu.
May be it can answer your questions. I don’t use bookings.
The only thing that I have not figured out is how to add a text to Events page (list of event) so it does not appear in each event-page. Probably it’s something to do with my theme templates…
And I have a crazy instruction of how to add events %) Sorry for that, I guess I need to put some smart button instead.
Hope it helps somehow
I went to the Events Manager site looking for a simple demo but could not find any which I too found a bit strange. I am hoping this plugin can easily be used by designers to get a good event up and running.
It is nice to see that one can go into the code and adjust where it is needed. It seemed like the documentation explained how to use and customize.
Thanks for the links to sites that have this running! It is good to see the various ways it is used.
I have been looking at All In One Event Calendar as it is off on a good start but it seems a bit premature. That it needs more time to develop and mature.
Have a great day!
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