As the eme_get_calendar template tag does, this shows a calendar in the page where you put this shortcode. It accepts the following parameters:
fullindicates you want to show the large calendar, don’t use this in sidebar widgets. Defaults to false. Possible values: 0 or false, 1 or true
monthindicates the month you wish to display (can be an event timeplaceholder if you use this shortcode inside a single event format). Defaults to the current month. You can also say “month=next_month” to indicate this calendar should always show next month.
yearindicates indicates the year the calendar will use to display a month of. Defaults to the current year.
long_eventsif set to 0 or false, events will only be shown on their startdate, if 1 or true events spanning multiple days will be shown on each of those days. Defaults to false.
template_idthe template id describing the format for a single event in the calendar (see the settings page), don’t forget to use <li> and </li> in the template.
holiday_idthe holiday id with the list of holidays you want to show in this calendar
weekdaysusing this, you can select which days of the week you want to show (0-6 as values, 0 being the Sunday, see below for an example)
category,notcategory, location_id, author, contact_personthese options are identical as those for the shortcode [eme_events] , so look there for the explanation.
htmldivby default the full calendar is shown as a html table, some people/themes don’t like this so if you set htmltable=0 or htmldiv=1, html div’s will be used to render the calendar (seems to be a bit more responsive).
ignore_filter: if set to 1, the shortcode will ignore the eme filter form if present on the page Defaults to 0. Using this you can use several shortcodes on 1 page and only some are optionally influenced by the eme_filterform shortcode.