Support » Plugin: All-in-One Event Calendar » Make calendar posts appear on home page as WordPress posts

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  • Simple suggestion why not just include the widget on your front page

    Thanks for your reply.

    The widget does not work on most of the templates I tried and kills the WordPress admin bar on some browsers.

    What I was hoping for was that events could just be included into the normal WordPress blog (say in one category) and appear mixed with all other posts instead of only being linked to via the calendar.

    I had the same question as you but I found the solution. You need to go to the settings page and change the Default calendar view to “Agenda”. Then choose the calendar page to whatever page you want it to show on.

    malkieh, what templates did you test with ai1ec? Have you tested it with the default WP templates? I find it hard to believe that it doesn’t work with ‘most templates’, as you state, but I guess that really depends on your definition of ‘most templates’. I’ve had the opposite experience. This plugin works 100% for me.

    I do have to save that I am using the plugin on a website, not a blog, if that makes any difference.

    I did try a few templates, standard WordPress ones, Responsive, a photo theme and a custom theme for which I had an application for 10 + installs of the calendar on a custom theme, with which this calendar did not want to play. Had issues with Safari as well.

    With each new release of the calendar some problems have been resolved.

    I now have the latest version 1.9.3 working OK on a modded version of Twenty Twelve.

    I don’t know the solution, just a place where this issue was discussed:

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