[EventCalendar] keeping future events on the front page
rich at LivingHope.info
Mon Jan 9 14:14:36 UTC 2006
That's great to hear, Alex. Thanks!
My hope is that installation is just like every other plugin: upload to
the directory, then activate it from the admin pages. That's what
people are used to. But if it requires a little more work than that,
I'm OK with that, personally. I'm a big fan of flexibility. :)
Alex Tingle wrote:
> Hi Rich,
> I'm going to finalise a v3.0.3 today. That fixes some outstanding bugs
> and WP2.0 compatibility.
> v3.1 is almost ready for an alpha release right now. I've hardly had
> any time to work on it in the past couple of months. I have every
> intention of pushing it out for comment later this week, but don't
> hold your breath.
> Lots of the functionality that people want will be made *possible* by
> the 3.1 changes. But work remains to be done to actually implement it
> all. Part of the problem is deciding what to put in and what to leave
> out. Too much flexibility and it becomes too complicated for normal
> users to install.
> :: Let me solve your problems: http://www.firetree.net/consulting/
> :: alex.tingle AT firetree.net +44-7901-552763
> On 8 Jan 2006, at 23:52, Rich Schmidt wrote:
>> Any update on how long until v3.1 is ready? Just curious. I have
>> absolutely no concept of what your projected timeline is. :)
>> Thanks again for a great plugin!
>> Alex Tingle wrote:
>>> Hi Karl,
>>> On Mon, 2 Jan 2006 16:33:38 -0500
>>> Karl Long <karl.long at gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> I just set up EC on a site here: bobalong.co.uk and i'm wondering if
>>>> this is behaving correctly. I have a future even on january 18 2006,
>>>> it shows in upcoming events, but it's not showing up on the
>>>> homepage. i selected to keep events as posts, but i'm wondering if
>>>> it's WP
>>>> wierdness that is keeping it off the front page?
>>> For now, you'll be best off taking Darrell's advice to use a normal
>>> post to 'advertise' your event on the front page.
>>> In the (long delayed - sorry) v3.1, you will be able to do this with
>>> a single post.
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