Events Manager is a really nice, easy to customise plugin for showing events on WordPress websites. One gripe I always have with it is that the location maps zoom when you use the mouse scroll wheel, something I always turn off when I add a map to a page. Here’s how to fix it.
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Events Manager + Events Manager Pro is a great plugin team for taking bookings for events on WordPress websites. One hitch I’ve struck is that if you as webmaster need to edit a user, and the user hasn’t filled in all their details, Events Manager Pro won’t let you save without filling in all of its required fields (basically, address details). And of course, the chances are that you won’t know what those fields should contain.
Events Manager gives you a special placeholder that you can put into its templates, for inserting the event’s “featured image” into lists and single event pages. If you want to insert a thumbnail, it uses the timthumb script to create one on the fly — but it crops that thumbnail. Here’s how to use the WordPress uncropped thumbnail (or any registered image size).
Events Manager is my events and bookings plugin of choice for WordPress, because it is very flexible, easy to integrate into a theme, and has hooks galore for customising to suit almost any requirement. Its location map doesn’t offer a way to provide directions, however. So, here’s how to replace the Events Manager locations map with WP Flexible Map and get a directions link on location pages.
The Events Manager plugin for WordPress is pretty flexible, allowing you to easily add custom attributes to your event posts. It also has conditional placeholders that allow you to display or hide information conditionally. There is a nice tutorial on the plugin website showing you how to add your own conditional placeholders. Lets bring this all together with a conditional placeholder for a custom attribute.
The Events Manager plugin for WordPress lets you record and display your upcoming events, and is highly extensible through hooks and templates. Here’s how to give your single event page an Add to Calendar link that lets your visitors copy your events into Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird, and any other iCalendar compliant calendar.