Shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you do nifty things with very little effort. Shortcodes are in this format:
Arguments are what follow “shortcode” above, where “limit” would be one of the argument names and “10? would be the value of that argument. For more information on shortcodes in WordPress, see the codex about shortcode.
In some cases, you can also include text within a shortcode opening and closing tag, which is used to format the output on your page, e.g.
[events_list limit="10" location="1"]Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea
Event information can also be displayed through shortcode. Just insert one of the following shortcodes into any of your posts/pages. You can even include shortcode within event and location descriptions!
Displays a list of events. If you enter html and placeholders within the shortcode, each event will be formatted this way (note that you should add your html using the HTML tab of the WordPress content editor). Accepts any of the event, location and general search attributes.
Example:[events_list scope="tomorrow" country="US"]
Australia's Biggest Morning Tea will take place at on 24/05/2018 at All Day
The above will display events occurring tomorrow in the United States in a paragraph format.
May 24, 2018
Displays a list of events grouped by a specific time frame (e.g. daily, weekly, monthly, yearly). If you enter html and placeholders within the shortcode, each event will be formatted this way (note that you should add your html using the HTML tab of the WordPress content editor). Accepts any of the event, location and general search attributes as well as the following:
mode : Decides how to split events up, possible options are : yearly, monthly, weekly, daily. Default: daily
date_format : PHP date formatting string for the headers (see php date() documentation for reference and examples). Default: dependent on mode
Example:[events_list_grouped mode="monthly" country="US"]Australia's Biggest Morning Tea – 24/05/2018 at All Day
The above will display events grouped by month occurring in the United States and may look like this:
This will show the event with post ID 123, and replace #_EVENTNAME with the name of this event.
You do not have the rights to manage this Event.
Displays a form where users can submit event and location information outside the WordPress admin area. You can also assign a page for adding events, locations and managing bookings within Events > Settings > Pages > Other Pages in your WordPress admin area.
Displays the same search form you see on your default events page. An events page must be selected in Events > Settings > Pages > Event List/Archives in order for this to work properly.
</p> <p>Displays a text link which links to the events page. If you add text in between opening and closing shortcode tags, it will become the link text, like so:</p> [events_link]alternate events link text
Would become alternate events link text
Displays the events page url (e.g. “http://yoursite.com/events/”).
Would become alternate RSS link text
Displays the events RSS url (e.g. “http://yoursite.com/events/rss/”)
The above will display location links with events occurring tomorrow in the United States in an unordered list format.
This will show the location with post ID 123, and replace #_LOCATIONNAME with the name of this location.
Inserts a map of multiple locations. Accepts any of the event, location and general search attributes, as well as these two:
width : The width in pixels of the map. Default: 450.
height : The height in pixels of the map. Default: 300.
Will show events located in the US, which may look like this:
The balloon appears once a marker is clicked on, and the content of the balloon can be configured with placeholders in Events > Settings > Formats/Templates > Maps and Geotagging section of your admin area.
The above will display category links including those without events in an unordered list format.
Displays a calendar. Accepts any of the event, location and general search attributes as well as these two:
full : Shows a full sized calendar if set to 1. Default: 0
long_events : Displays events that span more than one day on each calendar cell where it’s active if set to 1. Default: 0
Will show a full-sized calendar displaying events within the US which have a category ID of 1,2,3, or 4 that occur on February 2012 (default starting month will be 02/2012), which may look like this:
Important changes to 5.5.3 and Pro 2.3.8
Events Manager 5.5
Preview of 5.5 Part 2 – Dev 22.214.171.124