The Event List

For some more info about the quick event manager plugin click here.

Everything you see on the page is editable: the words, the order, the colours, sizes and so on.

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30Jan2014
18Sep2014

Granny's Knickers

An event that starts in the past and ends in the future

At The Southbank Centre

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23Apr2014

Up and Down

Two events on one day

At My Garden

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23Apr2014

It's My Birthday

I've reached the ripe old age of 55

At Down the pub

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21May2014

Beer in the Evening

Guest Beer night - 10 local brews

From 10am until 6pm

At the Shephard and Flock

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10Jun2014

La fierecilla domada

A new version of Shakespear's The Taming of the Shrew

From 19:30

At Teatres de la Generalitat Valenciana

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17Jul2014

Party Time

Come round for some fun

From 12:00 until 16:00

At My house

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01Jan2015

New Year Party

Hi There

At Brighton Pavillion

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Posts below are a new feature of the plugin. Using the shortcode [qem id="archive"]  you can list old events.

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04Jan2014
13Jan2014

Norwegian Wood

By the Beatles

From 12 noon until late

At Liverpool

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08Jan2014

Beer in the Evening

Guest Beer night - 10 local brews

From 10am until 6pm

At the Shephard and Flock

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13Jan2014
31Jan2014

Old Event

This is an old event

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07Mar2014

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08Mar2014

Catalina

Can you hear me mother. A short description.

From 12:00 until 16:00

At IWM Duxford

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14Mar2014

London Meet

These are just some words to fill the time.

From 6pm until 11pm

At The Charles Dickens

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14Mar2014

Up and Down

Two events on one day

At My Garden

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25Mar2014

Norwegian Wood

By the Beatles

From 12 noon until late

At Liverpool

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25Mar2014
16Apr2014

Hallo There

Well how about this then, a new event

From 6.45 until about 10ish

At the Studio Up the Stairs

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29Mar2014

La fierecilla domada

A new version of Shakespear's The Taming of the Shrew

From 19:30

At Teatres de la Generalitat Valenciana

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17Apr2014

Catalina

Can you hear me mother. A short description.

From 12:00 until 16:00

At IWM Duxford

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  1. Atomic Solutions said:

    I have 2 questions…..
    1) Is there any way to have the events listed from newest on top, to oldest on the bottom.
    Currently they list with the oldest on top and newest on the bottom.

    2) After clicking on a single event, is there a way to have the individual events have no side bar on that page without effecting other pages on the site?

    • Graham said:

      Hi Atomic,

      Answer 1: Yes, just remove the line: ‘order’ => ‘ASC’ from quick-event-manager.php and the events will list newest to oldest. I will add this option to the next version.

      Answer 2: Yes but it’s not something you can add to the plugin. It has to be part of your theme files. This is a good starter page: http://codex.wordpress.org/Post_Types#Template_Files. The template name would be single-event.php and would only apply to events.

  2. Graham said:

    Version 1.5 – now with comments

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