alex at firetree.net
Thu Feb 2 23:17:11 UTC 2006
Here's an example of sidebar.php. (See attachment)
On Thu, 2 Feb 2006 23:48:37 +0100
Erik ikke <eboelens at mac.com> wrote:
> I have 2 questions.
> I don't understanding where to put ec3_get_events() ; In my template
> but I don't now which template ; Is it the sidebar template ? Like
> you say
> Add the following code to your sidebar.php:
> <?php ec3_get_calendar(); ?>
> sorry I'm a starter and I don't speek or understand the language good!!
> Upload to your plugins folder: wp-content/plugins/
> Activate the plugin on the plugin screen.
> Change settings on the Event Calendar Options screen. You must choose
> which Wordpress category to use for events. Do this before you change
> the template.
> Add ec3_get_calendar() or ec3_get_events() to your template.
> When I write an event I couldn't select the categorie 'event' because
> the categorie 'event' isn't there ! I hav e made other categories
> myself but ther is no 'event categorie for select;
> On the page view , the 'event' categorie is there !
> The 'events' categorie is always below the calendar ! Even I select
> 'above' on the option tab from Eventcalendar.
> Thank you very much for your time.
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