A how-to tutorial on using the WordPress Events module: A simple how-to on using the WordPress Events module to manage events on your blog or website. There is a whole lot of potential with this module when it comes to how you use it. But I’ll cover one particular use right now so that you can get a head start on how to use the module.
The best WordPress events plugin: This is a how-to on using the WordPress Events module to manage your blog events. WordPress event plugins like The Events Calendar are great, but what happens if you are not happy with the default event designs? This tutorial will reveal you an easy way of building a searchable list of your future events with just a few mouse clicks.
Event listings are something you want to do on your blog. If you are the host of an event, the next step is to make a list of people who will be attending. The problem with the default WordPress event design is that they are set up for the host of an event, not the person who is throwing the event. This is a common mistake with people who do not know how to optimize their events and often have to put in a lot of extra work to improve the performance of their event design.
To improve this default layout for your events, use the Event Editor option in the Settings menu. This will allow you to build your own custom events that will be displayed on your blog automatically based on your chosen date and event time.
You can create this event design as many times as you wish. The way this works is that you will have a “date picker” that will let you pick the date and time you want to have your event displayed. When you have completed your date picker, all you have to do is add the title of the event and any other text you want displayed. It’s that easy!
You can find this tutorial in my WordPress tutorial directory. It includes a great example of how to use the event editor to display your event listings on your blog or website. But, I encourage you to check out the “Tips & Tricks” part of the tutorial too.
I know that some people would look at this tutorial as being overly complex and confusing because it requires a lot of code and knowledge about WordPress. It does require some skills to learn how to use this feature. But when you get to the end, you will realize that it is no harder than learning how to use a new plugin. This is because the admin panel of the Event Editor is basically a simple drag and drop design that anyone can use with little to no programming knowledge.
The thing to remember here is that WordPress is meant to simplify things like this. So when you see this tutorial, make sure to take it as a learning experience. There is no need to worry about this part of the tutorial being too difficult.
It takes some creativity to come up with an event listing that is interesting to your readers. You will need to come up with a title for the event, a description, and a few bullet points that will describe the key elements of the event. The bullet points will help your readers to easily identify the main points of your event. Make sure that the bullet points are easy to understand so that they don’t get lost in the text you provide.
After you have a bullet point list ready, you will need to use the WordPress admin area to put in the content of your event. Use the “Edit Post” button in the admin menu to add an event. This will display a form where you will need to fill out your event details. Then click the “Save” button to save your event.
Finally, just click the “Add Event” button and you will be able to display your event on your site. Now you can start using the same default layout that you use for all your other events.
To really customize your event, you might consider adding a few extra items to the event listing. You may want to add your own photos, links, information about the host of the event, or even information about yourself.