Support » Plugin: Events Calendar » [Plugin: Events Calendar] Why did they ruin wp events?

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  • Yes I agree, I’m searching for a way to remove this as it is absolutely the top of all my pages, and adds no value, only making it confusing to the user thinking they are in a “Media” site. Please Luke if you know how to remove it, or at least make it invisible, it would be greatly appreciated.

    Actually found it in the file ec_calendar.class.php, which if you search for truemediaconcepts, and then comment out these lines, it works fine. Thanks again though Luke for an absolutely amazing plugin WP-Events-Calendar

    Plugin Author snumb130

    (@snumb130)

    I am going to add an option to turn it off. The reason I went and “ruined” it was because there are many hours spent producing it and I have to neglect other things. Tried to supplement with donations and help from others but nothing pans out. That leads people to need sponsors.

    Glad you found a way to get it out. On the next release there will be someway to turn it off for the time when supporting the plugin is not an option.

    edited: suggested something you’d already done
    /blush

    Plugin Author snumb130

    (@snumb130)

    The most recent version has the option to remove it.

    OK I used it and donated. Thanks snumb130!

    Plugin Author snumb130

    (@snumb130)

    Much appreciated.

    snumb130,
    I have a quick question about EC that you might be able to answer. I have pulled a bunch of events via an API from a site and stored it into a mysql database. I am wondering what an automated way to add these events might be.

    Are the events stored as ‘posts’ or another method? The solution doesn’t have to be too simple I just need a way to automate this process since there will be a lot of events and it would take forever for me to keep track of.

    Many thanks. Hopefully, that made sense.

    Plugin Author snumb130

    (@snumb130)

    There is not an easy way to import at this time. You can work up a way to manually import into the database through MySQL, but this can be tricky and dangerous.

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