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Weekly Class Schedule

Generate a weekly schedule of classes.

9 reviews
Average Rating
3.8 out of 5 stars
Does what it says it will do! I was able to fix the Calendar view problem.
By , for WP 4.0.1

I had a problem with the calendar view being empty, but I was able to solve it with a fix I found on a WP thread.
If you need this fix email me at:
joedeaninsanpedro@gmail.com
Thanks for a great plug in!

Not worth it
By , for WP 3.9

I expected a better result on the screen, considering the above banner. Deleting it.

Absolutely awesome!
By , for WP 3.8.2

Congrats, great job!
Everything works just fine.

A feature request would be to have either alternate raw colors for classes (a color for each other line) or even specific color for each class.

Many thanks!

Start and End hours
By ,

Hello there,
Can anybody help me with this: is its possible to make a new line (sort of
maybe?) for start and end hours in the class details box?

Works but has room for imrpovement
By , for WP 3.8.1

There was a notice on the frontend which should not be there but can be hidden with WP_DEBUG.
NOTICE: wp-content/plugins/weekly-class-schedule/includes/wcs3_css.php:13 - Undefined index: color_heading_text

I would like to see the menu items have support of the new dashicons. The menu items should all be under one menu item to make it easier to find and work with.

Translation support is also missing.

Frustrated and Disappointed
By , for WP 3.8

I had high hopes for this plugin - the interface is easy for my clients to work with, and it is simple to integrate.

However, it is buggy - I quickly ended up with an error on a page - and there are certain obvious styling is not present (like removing days of the week when no classes are listed in list view.)

I reached out to support - by email via their website, through the forums, via their website again - NOTHING. Not a word.

As Spence says in his earlier review, "Support for a plug-in is as important as the plug-in itself." I agree wholeheartedly - because if we install and like, we then RELY on things. I am grateful the error showed up BEFORE we took the site live, not after - or else I'd really look bad in front of my client.

I'd give it two stars if I wasn't so frustrated with this experience - but it gets one star because throwing something out there without thinking about how to support it is exceptionally poor practice.

Zero support
By , for WP 3.7.1

Support for a plug-in is as important as the plug-in itself. After reviewing all the problems with little to no help given people with issues, to me that's a fail.

Amazing and Useful plugin
By , for WP 3.5

Very easy to use, highly user-friendly, very clear and structural source code, thank you for your lovely work!!!!!!

Simple and effective
By , for WP 3.5

great plugin

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