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Manage future events as an online calendar. Display upcoming events in a dynamic calendar widget or list widget, or as posts on an event category page. You can subscribe to the calendar from iCal (OSX) or Sunbird.

Choose one WordPress category as the 'event' category, and then add posts for dates in the future. Add the calendar or event list functions to your template, or just use the 'Event Category' page to list your forthcoming events.

This is an update of Event Calendar 3 to work with PHP 5.3. EventCalendar works fine with WordPress v3.0.
Features

* Events are ordinary posts or separate posts not shown on the blog page.
* Each event can have multiple dates
* The dates can be shown in a box on the post
* Widget showing calender with events marked.
* Widget listing future events
*

Event posts are assigned an event category and can be listed on a category page

Install :

Before you start, make sure that you have at least MySQL v4.
1. Upload to your plugins folder, usually `wp-content/plugins/`

The plugin is in the form of a directory called 'eventcalendar3'.
2. Activate the plugin on the plugin screen.

Don't try to view your blog yet. First you must...
3. Change settings on the "Options > Event Calendar" options screen.

You must choose which WordPress category to use for events. (Viewing the options screen for the first time also sets up the database, and upgrades events from older versions of EventCalendar.)

Details
4. Add the Event Calendar or Upcoming Events list to your sidebar.

If you use the WordPress Widgets, then the Event Calendar is available as an easy to install widget. In order to use it you must first activate the 'Event Calendar Widget' plugin.

If you use the K2 template then the Event Calendar is available as a sidebar module.

Otherwise, you need to make a small adition to your template. Add the following code to your sidebar.php:

<!--code1--><!--ecode1-->Event Calendar:
<li>
&nbsp;&nbsp;<?php ec3_get_calendar(); ?>
</li>

Upcoming Events:
<li>Events
&nbsp;&nbsp;<?php ec3_get_events(5); ?>
</li><!--code2--><!--ecode2-->

If you are using an older template, then you should check that your HTML header contains the following tag: <?php wp_head(); ?>

Caution: The Event Calendar must be unique. If you try to show more than one calendar on a page, then only the first will be displayed.

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