Give me some ideas

I would like to invite you to send me some ideas for upcoming tutorials. I haven’t exactly run out of ideas, but if I get requests from clients, I could provide you with relevant content faster.

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4 Responses to “Give me some ideas”

  1. Is it possible to tease whatever the next upcoming event is on a page elsewhere on my site? That is, to define a place on a page (in a WordPress template, in this case) that always displays what the next scheduled event is?

    Apologies if this is a noob question; I’m new to the Calendar system!

    Also, I’m interested in learning how to make the front-end filtering system more in-depth, like the back-end filtering system is.


    Comment by JamesJanuary 6th, 2009 @ 3:08 pm

  2. You can easily achieve the ‘teaser’ by using the List mode, along with the options

    What this does is it will look for the first event (or today’s) in the next 12 months.

    As for the filtering system on the front-end, that’s not really possible as you can’t search or create a custom filter on the fly, but with the Full-Filter plugin (that I offer) you will get a drop-down for each category as you’ve defined. That is different from the original Filter plugin which only gives you a drop-down for the main category.

    Comment by ve9graJanuary 7th, 2009 @ 7:47 pm

  3. i see from
    that you’ve done some work integrating with drupal as well as wp. would love to hear more about that, as i am currently considering a variety of tool options for a site with very specific calendaring needs.

    Comment by lydiaSeptember 22nd, 2009 @ 5:38 pm

  4. @lydia – I actually have not tried Drupal at all, so I really cannot help you with that. WP however has been explored and is successful.

    Comment by ve9graSeptember 22nd, 2009 @ 6:09 pm