Support » Plugin: Js-appointment » [Plugin: Js-appointment] back to the future?

  • nice little booking plugin, but needs some work.

    Obviously events/appointments from the past still can be booked, billed and purchased –

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  • P3air,
    did you get this js-appointments plugin to work. I am having trouble get it to work. I had to correct several script and now I am stuck with the “appointment manager” icon on the “page” editor. The icon when press inserts the word {ALLBOOK}. After the the {ALLBOOK} insertion on my static page, I go to my web site my appointment static page does not show the calendar for setting appointments.

    Are you still using this plugin or is there are better one???

    Thanks for your reply…



    unfortunately we didn’t. We never got in contact with any developer, plugin owner or anyone for that matter. So we deleted it and moved on.

    We have reconfigured our site and the event-scheduling is now running under a different platform.

    Sorry, not much help from our side “;-<

    good luck

    Hi P3air,

    Thanks for the reply. I sent several messages to this Plugin author but never got a reply. I wish WordPress had a review section for plugins so we won’t waste our time debugging plugins or testing plugins that don’t work.

    I have moved on and using iFrame to insert a standalone booking application onto my static page. It works fine. Good luck getting your web site working

    Hi pajaro,
    would you mind sharing which application you have found to work for you?

    Hi wpvince,

    Below is the link of the booking php program I embedded into my website. I use iFrame scripts in my website to bring up the booking pages. I have not finished the website only because I am traveling and the website is a “work in progress”. However, go to if you want to see my progress. When I get back home to Hawaii, I will finish this website for my wife.

    You can email me using Since I don’t peruse the WP forum that often.

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