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.

Event Key:

Road Trips


New Year Party

Hi There

At Brighton Pavillion

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Beer in the Evening

Guest Beer night - 10 local brews

From 10am until 6pm

At the Shephard and Flock

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Can you hear me mother. A short description.

From 12:00 until 16:00

At IWM Duxford

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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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It's My Birthday

I've reached the ripe old age of 56

At Down the pub

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Event Key:

Road Trips

  1. mayank said:

    why it displays the “Event Key :” before the calendar and event list?

    • Graham said:

      On your site or on mine? Because some people like to colour code their categories the Event Key tells you what the colours represent.
      If you go to the plugin settings on the calendar options you can turn the event key on or off. They should only appear on the calendar, not the event list. If they do, something has gone wrong….

  2. Ben said:

    Thanks for the great plugin :)
    I’m trying to translate the month description in the event list to dutch. Is there a way to translate all months to Dutch without editing your code directly?

    In a future update, you’d help me greatly if I could manually edit a list of months (ie. “Jan,Feb,May” to be used, just like all the other event settings are allowing custom texts)

    • Graham said:

      Hi Ben,
      The months should be in Dutch already. The plugin uses the WordPress date_i18n function which displays dates in the local language. If you are seeing them in English then it could be a localisation issue with your WordPress setup. Check your wp_config.php so make sure it has “define(‘WPLANG’, ‘nl’);”

  3. 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: The template name would be single-event.php and would only apply to events.

  4. Graham said:

    Version 1.5 – now with comments

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