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Other Settings

The settings submenu for Other Settings of the WP Event Manager plugin is placed in the sidebar of the WP admin.

The following are the settings that fall under the category of Other Settings using which you can improve the quality of your website.

Event Page Settings

The Pages tab under the settings option contains the settings that help you make changes to the destination pages. These destination pages have the shortcodes to create the Event forms page, the event dashboards page, the event listings page, the login page URL.

To set up these pages you have to do some other settings like:

  1. Place the short code on the desired page.
  2. Go to Events Manager >> Settings >> Pages.
  3. Click on the drop down button and select the page containing the respective shortcode from the drop-down list.
  4. Click Save Changes.
  5. WP Event Manager Event Pages 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.
  • Submit 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.

Changing the Login Page URL

To change the login page URL, you need to follow the below-mentioned steps:

  1. Go to Events Manager >> Settings >> Pages.
  2. Go to the Login Page URL.
  3. Click on the text box and enter the correct URL.
  4. Click Save Changes.
  5. WP event mananger Login Page URL

Date & Time Format Settings

The Date and Time format tab consists of the settings that helps users manage the way date and time appear on the website. The event organizer has to set the event start dates, end dates, and deadlines while enlisting an event on the website. Using these settings, you can edit the format in which the date pickers on the submission form appear.

WP event manager Date & Time Settings

Datepicker Date Format

The Datepicker Date format dropdown list contains various date formats. Different countries and localities use different ways of representing dates. The variety offered in the drop-down list allows you to customize the date based on the popularly used date format in the location

  1. Go to Event Manager >> Settings >> Date & Time Format.
  2. Select the options from the drop down box next to Datepicker Date Format.
  3. Click Save Changes.
  4. WP event manager Datepicker date format

Timepicker Format

Change the timepicker format from 24 or 12 hours for adding and displaying in each event.

  1. Go to Event Manager >> Settings >> Date & Time Format.
  2. Tick the box next to Timepicker format.
  3. Click Save Changes.
  4. WP event manager Timepicker format

Timepicker Step

The Timepicker Step text box allows you to edit and enter an interval between an hour.

  1. Go to Event Manager >> Settings >> Date & Time Format.
  2. Tick the box next to the Timepicker step.
  3. Click Save Changes.
  4. WP event manager Timepicker step

Date Format

The Date Format text box allows you to make changes in the sequence of day, month and year in the date format that appears in the event listing.

  1. Go to Event Manager >> Settings >> Date & Time Format.
  2. Check the box next to Date format.
  3. Click Save Changes.
  4. WP event manager Date format

Date And Time Separator

The Date and Time Separator box allows you to enter any symbol that separates the date and time in the event listing.

  1. Go to Event Manager >> Settings >> Date & Time Format.
  2. Check the box next to Date And Time Separator.
  3. Click Save Changes.
  4. WP event manager Date And Time Separator

Event timezone

The Event Timezone radio buttons allow you to choose between the website timezone and the option to set a timezone for each event. If you target audiences globally then choosing the “ Select Timezone on each event” option would be appropriate for you. On the other hand, if you serve only the local audience, you can stick to the standard Website timezone.

  1. Go to Event Manager >> Settings >> Date & Time Format.
  2. Check the box next to the Event timezone.
  3. Click Save Changes.
  4. WP event manager Event timezone

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