WP Event Manager Settings

WP Event Manager Settings

Management of the website, is what the admin does. So to change the settings regarding the events on your website, how they are added and how they are published, the admin gets all the required setting options.

 

Event Listings Page Settings

Go to WP-admin >> Event Listings >> Settings >> Event Listings and here, you will get options for event listings page as you can see in below screenshot:

 
Event Listings Settings

 

The event listings tab includes the following settings:

  • Listings Per Page: Set the number of listings you want to show per page.
  • Cancelled Events: If an option “Hide cancelled events” is enabled, then cancelled events will be hidden from archives.
  • Hide Expired Listings: If an option “Hide expired listings in event archive/search” is enabled, then expired event listing is not searchable.
  • Hide Expired Listings Content: If an option “Hide expired listing content in single event listing (singular)” is enabled, then the content within expired listings will be hidden. Otherwise, expired listings will be displayed as normal (without the event registration area). Multi-select Categories: If enabled, the category select box will default to a multi select on the [events] shortcode.
  • Multi-select Event Types: If enabled, the event type select box will default to a multi select on the [events] shortcode.
  • Category Filter: If enabled, the category select box will default to a multi select on the [events] shortcode.
  • Event Type Filter: If enabled, the event type select box will default to a multi select on the [events] shortcode.

 

Event Submission Pages Settings

We believe that providing the front end submission is important, but it’s more important to provide means through which you can manage this feature. Because, you need to moderate, inspect, manage and control what the users submit on your website. WP Event Manager will let you do with some of the most awesome options.

Go to WP-admin >> Event Listings >> Settings >> Event Submission and here, you will get options for event submission form as you can see in below screenshot:

 

Event Submission Settings

 

The event submission tab includes the following options:

  • Account Required: If disabled, non-logged in users will be able to submit listings without creating an account.
  • Account Creation: If enabled, non-logged in users will be able to create an account by entering their email address on the submission form.
  • Account Username: If an option “Automatically Generate Username from Email Address” is enabled, a username will be generated from the first part of the user email address. Otherwise, a username field will be shown.
  • Account Password: If an option “Use WordPress’ default behavior and email new users link to set a password” is enabled, an email will be sent to the user with their username and a link to set their password. Otherwise, a password field will be shown and their email address won’t be verified.
  • Account Role: If you enable registration on your submission form, choose a role from dropdown box for the new user.
  • Moderate New Listings: If an option “New listing submissions require admin approval” is enabled, new submissions will be pending. Admin needs to publish the event from backend after reviewing.
  • Allow Pending Edits: If an option “Submissions awaiting approval can be edited” is enabled, submissions awaiting admin approval can be edited by the user.
  • Allow Multiple Banners: If enabled, Multiple banner can add at frontend by user and backend side by admin.
  • Delete Expired listings: If enabled, expired listings will automatically deleted after 30 days.
  • Listing Expire: You can set event submission expiry time either event end date or specific days.
  • Registration Method: Choose the registratoin method for listings – Email address or website URL or Email addresses only or Website URLs only.
  • Categories: Choose whether to enable categories. Categories must be setup by an admin to allow users to choose them during submission.
  • Event Types: Choose whether to enable event types. event types must be setup by an admin to allow users to choose them during submission.
  • Ticket prices: Choose whether to enable ticket prices. Ticket prices must be setup by an admin to allow users to choose them during submission.
  • Multi-select Event Types For Submission: If enabled each event can have more than one type. The metabox on the post editor and the select box for event type on the frontend event submission form are changed by this.
  • Multi-select Event Category For Submission: If enabled each event can have more than one category. The metabox on the post editor and the select box for event category on the frontend event submission form are changed by this.
  • Time Format: Choose how you want the start and end time for events to be select on the submit event page.

 

Event Pages Settings

How important it is to manage the page that displays the event details. To manage the event page that shows all the details of your event listing, you can use the event page settings.

Go to WP-admin >> Event Listings >> Settings >> Pages and here, you can find some pages options. You need to select the related pages(as mentioned below) for the options from the dropdown box.

 

Pages Settings

 

The pages tab includes the following settings:

  • Submit Event Form Page: Select the page (Post an Event) where you have placed the [submit_event_form] shortcode. This lets the plugin know where the form is located.
  • Event Dashboard Page: Select the page (Event Dashboard) where you have placed the [event_dashboard] shortcode. This lets the plugin know where the dashboard is located.
  • Event Listings Page: Select the page (Events) where you have placed the [events] shortcode. This lets the plugin know where the event listings page is located.
  • Login Page URL: Enter the Login page URL.