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  • Plugin Author Ambrogio Piredda


    You can past the shortcode on a text widget.

    Yes, I can. Do you have shortcodes for me? Please let me know.


    Plugin Author Ambrogio Piredda


    If you install the plugin, on the plugin settings page you can see the shortcode, or generate new ones depending on the options you’ve selected.

    Hi Ambrogio,

    i found just one shortcode ([display_events]). How i can create just a Upcoming Events list? Just Title name and date! Do you have any Shortcode samples and what do you mean to generate new ones?

    Thanks for helping me!

    Plugin Author Ambrogio Piredda



    If you read the note below the shortcode there is written that [display_events] will display future events (that is upcoming events). If you want to generate a different shortcode, just change the settings (select past, all, or future events), save, and you will see the new shortcode.

    Everything you need is on the settings page. [display_all_events] will display all the events, past and future. [display_past_events] will display only past events.

    Hope that helped.

    Thanks, but this is not what i want to display.

    I am looking for something like that:

    Widget Area
    Upcoming Events (Widget Title)
    Test 1 (Event Name)
    June 10, 2019 – June 12, 2019 (Event Date)
    Test 2
    July 15, 2019 – July 21, 2019

    I am using the shortcode [display_events] on the main event page.

    Any other idea?

    Plugin Author Ambrogio Piredda


    Well, one way you could do that with the plugin is to display the events with the shortcode and hide what you don’t want with css. You can do that as well with the event meta keys (that you can find it in the settings page), implementing those with custom code.

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