How to integrate the calendar in WordPress (Part 3)

It’s finally here… part 3. How to redirect the sidebar calendar clicks to a full page with the event details. In this part, we will be building on the previous two parts, so make sure to review those posts before continuing. You can use this setup if you prefer to redirect your users to a full page with event details instead of using the popup functions. The trick itself can be used in more than just WordPress, but this post will deal with the WP specific issues.
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How to integrate the calendar in WordPress (Part 2)

The first part of this tutorial tackled integrating the regular mode calendar in your WordPress sidebar. In this part, we will be creating a page in WordPress and integrate one of the more advanced modes of the calendar, like the TOC or Blog mode. Note that we are building on the previous part where the required $CSS and $OL lines were added. If you only want to have the page part and skip the sidebar calendar, you will still have to refer to the first part in order to have a working integration. Ok, let’s dive in.
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How to integrate the calendar in WordPress (Part 1)

As it seems that instructions for a proper integration in WordPress are a bit scattered across a few posts and have to be gleaned to make up something that you can use, I figured it would be a good idea to create a multi-part tutorial that centralizes everything. In this first part, we’ll add the calendar to your sidebar. The next part will be how to create a page to integrate something like the TOC, or the List mode. And for the last one, we’ll go deep and create a custom Blog mode integration.
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Create your own navigation table

This is one of the recurring topics on the forum: “How do I modify/move the navigation table”. The answer is almost always either a reference to another post, or bits of code strewn about a few posts. This will become the reference on how to create your own navigation table with the whole code explained and in one spot. It will cover situations like these, and more :

  • Putting the table above the calendar, instead of below
  • Adding navigation to the List mode (when not using another mode)
  • Changing the number of months jumped when using the Multi-Calendar Generator

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Multiple Calendars in Blog mode

Have you ever wanted to display more than one little calendar in blog mode? Follow along as we make very few modifications to enable such a functionality.

So you’ve been using the blog mode and you realize that most of your visitors want to see upcoming events. Would it be useful to them to display the next month calendar so they could pick the day right from there?

I’m sure you could find other uses for this functionality, but here’s how you enable it. Read the rest of this entry »

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