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The Event Dashboard
You can add an Event Dashboard to a new page by pasting the appropriate shortcode on the HTML editor.
For showing event dashboard, users need to create a page from the pages menu at the admin panel and must add shortcode [event_dashboard] or also can add the shortcode in template file which bound with the created page. Only logged in users will be able to access this page.
Create a new page, name it something along the lines of “Event Dashboard” or “My events” and then inside the content area add the shortcode:
posts_per_page – Default shows 25 events per page.
It is best way to insert the shortcode into the ‘text’ view of the visual editor to ensure it gets formatted correctly.
How The Event Dashboard Works?
The event dashboard is accessible by users on the front end and by admins on the backend and displays their listed events. The event dashboard both at backend and will show the following tables with actions such as marking an “Edit”, “Mark canceled” and “Delete”.
You can access the event dashboard at backend from WP admin >> Event Manager >> All Listings.
The dashboard at frontend can be accessed directly on the site :