From the changelog:
* Bugfix: sending mails works again
* Feature: new parameter for shortcode [events_list]: author, so you can show only events created by a specific person. Eg: [events_list author=admin] to show events from author with loginname "admin", [events_list author=admin,admin2] for authors admin OR admin2
* Feature: ical subscription is now possible for public events. Just use "?eme_ical=public" after your WP url, and you'll get the ical feed. Eg.: http://www.e-dynamics.be/wordpress/?eme_ical=public . This link can be autogenerated by using the shortcode [events_ical_link]
Released 3.2.3(7 posts) (3 voices)
From the changelog:
Hi, just tried to install the plugin via wp plugins 'add plugin' only to receive the following error message:
Downloading install package from
Download failed. Not Found
Same occured when attempting to download it from the Wordpress.org plugin page.
It seems wordpress is experiencing problems for the plugin download section. I tried again and it worked after the third time ...
So for now I provide the download here as well: http://users.telenet.be/liedekef/events-manager-extended.3.2.3.zip
Thanks, much appreciated :-D
Hi. First of all thanks for the best calendar plugin for Wordpress. I tried over 15 different plugins and your is perfect! No problems or bugs. I was wondering though if you could add some functionality that I think would be very useful.
Would you be able to offer an alert or reminder for those users who wish one. Most other calendar apps on the market offer this functionality. Eg a user could have a reminder sent to the email address he has used when registering on the site. And unregistered users can enter in their email address just for this event reminder feature (if they don't want to register for the full site).
A second feature would be to be able to send the event to the user's google calendar.
Both these features are small additions from a technical point of view, but add significantly to the practical usefulness of having events. Events without reminders or integration with a user's own calendar mean an increase in likelihood that the user forgets about an event. Which is the whole point of an events system, no matter how technical the back-end is.
Plus it would serve to add further great functionality to your already amazing plugin!
Please open a new thread for this. Btw: google calendar integration is already possible (via ical subscription or hcalendar, search this forum). The email subscription is not a "small" addition, it's more complicated than you would think ...
Ok, I've just done that. And thanks for the heads up regarding Google Calendar integration. It's working like a dream!
Also, I didn't mean to suggest that the email alert integration was small or simple, rather just that in relation to the entire plugin as a whole, this single additional technical feature would represent a 'relatively' small increase to the overall code of the plugin, but may make a disproportionately much larger real-world difference to the number of visitors to an event - more so than most other single additional features that I can imagine IMHO anyway.
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