All-in-One Event Calendar
[resolved] User Event Submission (34 posts)

  1. owcv
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I also look for a calendar with an event submission form without the need for the user to be registered. It just should work like a form. And that form should submit the events directly into the calendar. Of course with approval-function.

  2. sauril
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi, sorry for the overly optimistic estimate earlier - we are still planning on implementing this function, but we haven't been able to squeeze it in yet.

  3. rendsvig84
    Posted 3 years ago #


    I have been looking for a free plugin to do this, and found WordPress Form Manager. This solution is not ideal, as the event would afterward have to be manually set up with dates and more, but it's a little way there.

    However, the plugin only posts to the standard post type.

    I have identified what I believe is responsible for doing the actual posting (below), and was wondering if someone could tell me what to substitute for what if indeed this is the only thing I need to alter.

    If I get it to work, I promise a full step-by-step!

    function fm_helper_publishPost($formInfo, &$postData){
    	global $fm_display;
    	global $fmdb;
    	//use the same shortcodes as the e-mails
    	$advEmail = new fm_advanced_email_class($formInfo, $postData);
    	$parser = new fm_custom_shortcode_parser($advEmail->shortcodeList, array($advEmail, 'emailShortcodeCallback'));
    	$postTitle = $parser->parse($formInfo['publish_post_title']);
    	$newPost = array(
    		'post_title' => sprintf($postTitle, $formInfo['title']),
    		'post_content' => $fm_display->displayDataSummary('summary', $formInfo, $postData),
    		'post_status' => (trim($formInfo['publish_post_status']) == "" ? 'publish' : $formInfo['publish_post_status']),
    		'post_author' => 1,
    		'post_category' => array($formInfo['publish_post_category'])
    	// Insert the post into the database
    	$postID = wp_insert_post($newPost, false);
    	if($postID != 0){
    		$fmdb->updateDataSubmissionRow($formInfo['ID'], $postData['timestamp'], $postData['user'], $postData['user_ip'], array('post_id' => $postID));
    	$postData['post_id'] = $postID;
  4. erichopf
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I just found this plug in and when I have time, I will let folks know if this is the solution. In the description, it allows Guest & Member Event submissions. Hope all found solutions.


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