Shortcode is a WordPress-specific code that lets you do nifty things with very little effort. Shortcodes are in this format:No Events
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!
The above will display events occurring tomorrow in the United States in a paragraph format.
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 18.104.22.168