WP Event Calendar just add new events simpley lists of upcoming events date wise.
Once the plugin installed and activated, there are no need to do extra settings. Create a new page, name it something along the lines of “Event Calendar” and then inside the content area add the shortcode:
It is best to insert the shortcode into the ‘text’ view of the visual editor to ensure it gets formatted correctly.
The “[events_calendar]” shortcode will give following output at the frontend side:
Now it’s very easy to show the events calendar wherever you want into your website. You can do it by using the simple shortcode. It’s that easy.
The calendar with the indication and information of any upcoming events on your website on specific dates is awesome. The screenshot here shows how this calendar will look.
Once the WP Event Manager – Events Calendar is installed, a widget called the event calendar appears in the widgets’ list. You can just drag this widget and drop it to the required widget area and show the event calendar at the required location in your website.
For overriding or customization template files can be found in the wp-event-manager-calander/templates/ directory. To override a template file, first you need to create directory “wp-event-manager-calander” under your theme folder and copy the template file to “/wp-content/yourtheme/wp-event-manager-calander/” directory. Your theme will use all the template files from the “/wp-content/yourtheme/wp-event-manager-calander/” directory instead of the plugin’s template file (/wp-content/plugins/wp-event-manager-calander/).
- event-calander.php template file lists the user’s calander.
Remember: if you have overrided template file and plugin frequently updating then you need to sync template file with new updates from the plugin’s template file for better functionality and new features.