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Finally have a chance to post my solution. Note that the events show All Day events first if there are any. Unfortunately I don't know a way around this as it is coded this way in a SQL query within one of the plugin files (and it is even commented in the file that All Day events are first). I am also using the event information collected into image data ...
Ok so hope this helps someone. Unless you want to query the database directly, the trick is to include the following: $event = Ai1ec_Events_Helper::get_event($post->ID); thereafter you can retrieve the variables, for example: <?php query_posts('post_type=ai1ec_event');?> <?php while ( have_posts() ) : the_post(); ?&...
You might be able to rip apart the plug-in using details from here, perhaps?
Take a look at WP Event Ticketing plugin which main features include: Collect payments via paypal. Set total attendance limit. Multiple ticket types. For example, ticket type A includes a t-shirt while ticket type B does not. Custom ticket options. This allows you to decide what information you want ticket purchasers to provide. For example, name, address, ...
That's quite a specific criteria- there are numerous event management plug-ins out there with bookings built in, but none will provide exactly what you are after. In general they will all have some form of date-picker (usually jQuery datepicker) - that's because in general people will want to manually select dates. My suggestion is to create your own plug-...
We are using Google apps/calendar at our work and it works nice. Would that be an option?
Here's a basic page template for displaying an events calendar in grid form based on the grid template bundled with the plugin. Edit as necessary to match the styling and layout of your theme: <?php /** * Template Name: Event Gridview **/ global $spEvents; $spEvents->loadDomainStylesScripts(); get_header(); query_posts('post_type=post&...
I really like BuddyPress for interactive communities, so I tend to go overkill and use it for anything that might possibly evolve to need its functionality in the future. Combine it with an events plugin like Buddyvents or EventPress to create a much richer user experience than you'd have with just an events plugin alone. The other upshoot of using ...
Try this: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/hebrew-events-calendar/
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