All the Shortcodes

Event List

Most of the shortcodes can be mix and matched. If you wanted all the event for 2015 in the Banana category just use [qem id=2015 category=Banana]

[qem] Standard event list
[qem id='archive'] Show old events
[qem id='all'] Show all events (old and new)
[qem id='remaining'] Show events remaining in the current month
[qem id='current'] Show all events from the current month
[qem id='today'] Only show today’s event
[qem id='9'] Show events in September (the 9th month)
[qem id='9' y='2015'] Show events in September (the 9th month) and in the year 2015
[qem id='2015'] Show events for 2015
[qem event='1234'] Show event with the ID 1234
[qem images='on'] Show event image in the event list
[qem links='off'] No link in Event title and ‘read more’ link is hidden
[qem posts='99'] Set the number of events to display
[qem fullevent='on'] Show full event details on the list
[qem category='name'] Only list events in the ‘name’ category
[qem order="asc"] Display events in reverse order (going backwards in time)
[qem linktolist="checked"] Adds a link back to the URL set on the Display Settings
[qem linktolisturl="http://url"] Set the URL and for the ‘linktolist’ shortcode
[qem listlinkanchor"Click Here"] Set the anchor text for the ‘linktolist’ shortcode

Event Calendar

[qemcalendar] Calendar view
[qemcalendar category="name"] Only display events in the ‘name’ category
[qemcalendar month="7"] Display events from the 7th month of this year
[qemcalendar year="2015"] Display events from 2015

Event Report

[qemreport event=1234] Lists all the registrants and their details for Event ID 1234. The event ID is shown on the Dashboard registration report. Probably a good idea to password protect this page.

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  1. Olivier on 13 Jun 2018

    Hi, thank you so much for your Plugin!!! I just installed it yesterday and it already works!!! I’m using it not for planning events, but to manage the planning of the volunteers at our event. I created different tasks at different places and I’m stuck now because I did 5 categories (Thursday to Monday) and 6 tasks (Bar1, bar1, Entry, parking…). And I would like to list the tasks (time schedule) in a table for each day (See the bottom on the page https://www.amibus.ch/benevoles/). So my question is: is there a way to use the shortcode [qem category='name'] and display the events of 2 categories? (For example: ‘Bar1’ AND ‘Friday’) Thanks again. I’ll make a donation ASAP.

    • Graham on 21 Jun 2018

      Hi Olivier,
      You can have more than one category in the shortcode: [qem category='bar1,friday']

  2. debbie on 23 Mar 2018

    I have an account where the event description/add cart is put in by a shortcode from the shopping cart. However, on the event list page it shows the shopping card shortcode – not the info. The detail page shows as expected. What can I do to make sure the info shows on the listing page?

  3. Andrew Carter on 05 Mar 2018

    I’m struggling to get the event titles to display once more details has been clicked.

    • Graham on 05 Mar 2018

      Hi Andrew,
      The event title is the normal post title – if your theme has removed these then nothing will display. Are there any event details to display? All I see is an empty box for the gig.

  4. Jenny on 24 Feb 2018

    I am struggling to get my events to display as a list. Does anyone have the code to help me do this. I want the event name, start date and location.

    • Graham on 24 Feb 2018

      Hi Jenny,
      Create a new page and just add the shortcode [qem]. Publish the page and you should see the list of events. To change waht displays in the list go to the plugin settings and select the ‘Settings’ tab.

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