The Event Page Plugin allows you to create a page, category page or post on your wordpress blog that lists all your events. If you'd like to see
|Author:||Matthew Praetzel (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||2.8|
|WordPress version tested:||3.3.2|
|Added to WordPress repository:||24-08-2009|
Warning! This plugin has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues when used with more recent versions of WordPress.
|Total downloads:||15 222|
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The Event Page Plugin allows you to create a page, category page or post on your wordpress blog that lists all your events sorted in ascending or descending order according to the date and time you specify. Employing pagination you can page through your events. Documentation:
If you'd like to see an event plugin for WordPress with more features (repeating events, post list and calendar views, a color coded legend, Google Calendar and map support and more) please visit:
- List your events in a WordPress page or post
- Order your events in ascending or descending order
- Show the next upcoming event
- Pagination to page through events
- Fully customize your list's HTML code.
- Homepage for this plugin:
- Working example:
- A more feature rich plugin:
This is an image of a the working example.
This is an image of the administrative settings page for this plugin.
This screenshot is of the date & time settings.
This is a screenshot of the mark-up editor.
How do I make a post an event?
When editing a page you’ll notice at the bottom of page there is a box entitled “Event Information” fill out the appropriate date and time here. Also, you’ll need to place the event in the category that you specified in the Event Page settings.
How do I display the event meta data like location and url?
To do this add the following code to your WordPress template files where you’d like the meta data to appear: