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[Plugin: Events Manager] – Calendar navigation: show events on each month

  • Hi there,

    I have had a very particular request from a client.

    On their website there is a sidebar that has the Events Calendar Widget. The left side shows the list of all Events. They asked me if it’s possible that, when clicking on the left and right arrows to navigate through the months, to change the listing to show the events for the current month on the calendar.

    So basically, the arrows trigger an action that makes the page show the Events for that month ONLY.

    I hope I have explained myself correctly!

    If it isn’t possible, I’d appreciate any explanation I can give them to get them to forget about that idea!! 😛

    Thanks a lot

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/events-manager/

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  • Plugin Author Marcus

    @netweblogic

    NetWebLogic Support

    not sure you’ll like my answer :\

    it’s possible, it just takes some PHP/jQuery knowledge and time.

    hahahaha Fair enough mate 😛

    I understand you are not going to write all the code for me and to be honest I like doing it myself and learn it but… any hints or tips on where to start? Any hooks/filters I should be looking at?

    Your suggestion tells me you might think I intend to click on the arrow and make the content on the left change dynamically through AJAX or something. I was actually thinking of a much easier option… reloading the page.

    I was wondering if Events Manager has some kind of Archive (well, future archive, which doesn’t really make sense :P), so when I click on the “Next” arrow it takes the user to something like:

    domain.com/events/2012/06

    Is that possible?

    Thanks for your time 🙂

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