First Troubleshooting Step

Often problems that occur with Timely's Calendar come from conflicts with other Themes or Plugins. Use these steps to determine if this is the case. First please check to make sure you have the latest versions of: WordPress the Timely...

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Adding and Editing Events

To create your first event, do the following: Log into your WordPress Dashboard. Under the Events menu, click the Add New menu item. You’ll be taken to the Add New Event screen, where you can fill in the information about your...

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Embed your calendar on other sites with the Super Widget

The Super Widget allows you to embed your calendar into a remote webpage (for example, a static HTML page hosted on a different server). Here's how: Install the Super Widget add-on. Navigate to Events > Widget Creator in your WordPress...

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Display Multiple Calendars on Your Site (Shortcodes)

Timely uses shortcodes so that you can place calendars on other pages besides the default Calendar page. The calendar can be set up to include a specific view and pre-filtered by categories, tags, and so on. Just copy the code...

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WordPress Calendar Settings

Settings for the calendar are found in Events > Settings. If you are having trouble finding something don't forget to look in Settings > Add-ons. Settings related to the style of the calendar, such as colours or fonts, are found...

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Install The Core+

How to install the Core+ onto your website. Download the Core+ file Unzip the file Go to your Wordpress dashboard plugin page Select the "Plugins" item and click on "Add New" link Click on the "Upload Plugin" button Add the...

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Install your Calendar

These are your step-by-step instructions on how to install. Step 1: Install the Plugin You can install the plugin directly through your back-end by searching for "All-in-One Event Calendar", or by getting it here. Step 2: Activate the Plugin Step...

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Environment details

These are the minimum requirements our WP Core calendar plugin. Minimum requirements: PHP version: 5.2 PHP memory: 128MB Recommended: PHP version: 5.6 or greater PHP memory: 256MB or greater   PHP extensions used: All in one event calendar core (2.4.0):...

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Understanding Server Requirements

.widget{ display:none;} Minimum Server Requirements for your WordPress Timely Calendar The Timely calendar has the same server requirements as WordPress. In addition, we require WordPress 3.7 or greater. The Timely Calendar works with most versions of WordPress, but some versions (including...

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Monetization

1. Charge via the Post Your Event button - EventPromote Learn how to Set up EventPromote here. You are providing the service of promotion. People are spending their time to post their events to your site - it is the...

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