Plugin / Calendar

Kieran O'Shea

Installation

Installation

The installation is extremely simple and straightforward. It only takes a second.

Installing

  1. Upload the whole calendar directory into your WordPress plugins directory.
  2. Activate the plugin on your WordPress plugins page
  3. Configure Calendar using the following pages in the admin panel: Calendar -> Manage Calendar, Calendar -> Manage Categories, and Calendar -> Calendar Options
  4. Edit or create a page on your blog which includes the text {CALENDAR} and visit
    the page you have edited or created. You should see your calendar in action.
  5. You’ll see two new widgets, “Today’s Events” and “Upcoming Events” that will render data from the plugin. These can
    be configured with custom titles and limited to certain categories by specifying their IDs, comma separated
  6. Additional data from the calendar may be inserted into posts and pages using the following legacy tags. Note the
    inclusion of optional category ids to limit display in this way
    {CALENDAR} or {CALENDAR;1} or {CALENDAR;1,2}
    {MINICAL} or {MINICAL;1} or {MINICAL;1,2}
    {TODAYS_EVENTS} or {TODAYS_EVENTS;1} or {TODAYS_EVENTS;1,3}
    {UPCOMING_EVENTS} or {UPCOMING_EVENTS;1} or {UPCOMING_EVENTS;1,3}
  7. Later versions of the plugin also support the new WordPress short code system, examples as follows
    [calendar] or [calendar categories=”1,3″] or [calendar type=”mini” categories=”1″] or [calendar type=”upcoming”]
  8. There is an iCalendar available within calendar. Once activated on the calendar options page, simply visit your site
    with calendar_feed appended, e.g.
    example.com/?calendar_feed
  9. If you’re coding your own theme or plugin, you can call out to calendar functions directly to include content
    calendar() or calendar(“1”) or calendar(“1,3”)
    alternatively all the below using similar variations to the above for categories
    calendar_minical() or calendar_upcoming_events() or calendar_todays_events()

Upgrading from 1.2 or later

  1. Deactivate the plugin (you will not lose any events)
  2. Remove your current calendar directory from the WordPress plugins directory
  3. Upload the whole calendar directory into your WordPress plugins directory.
  4. Activate the plugin on your WordPress plugins page

Upgrading from 1.1

  1. Deactivate the plugin (you will not lose any events)
  2. Remove the Rewrite rules from your .htaccess file that you added
    when you first installed Calendar.
  3. Delete plugins/calendar.php, wp-admin/edit-calendar.php, wp-calendar.php
  4. Upload the whole calendar directory into your WordPress plugins directory.
  5. Activate the plugin on your WordPress plugins page

Uninstalling

  1. Deactivate the plugin on the plugins page of your blog dashboard
  2. Delete the uploaded files for the plugin
  3. Delete the following database tables wp_calendar, wp_calendar_config and wp_calendar_categories
  4. Remove the text {CALENDAR} from the page you were using to show calendar, or delete that page

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