[EventCalendar] updating ec3 and working with Wordpress 2.7

Rick Boatright rboatright at gmail.com
Sun Dec 14 15:21:26 UTC 2008

Yes.  If you load all the events, even tho their PUBLISH date is today,
their CALENDAR date is the event-date and it shows. Future events, by
default show in event-date order, and future event month archives are sorted
the way you want.  No hacks nessesary.  The newest version (3.2 which, while
not RELEASED is largely stable, has even more juicy goodness, but 3.1.4 will
do what you want out of the box on 2.7

On Sun, Dec 14, 2008 at 8:17 AM, Chris <chris.hearn01 at ntlworld.com> wrote:

>  Hi,
> I manage a club sailing website - I am planning to re-do the website and my
> custom plugins to make compatible with WP 2.7.
> A couple of years ago I customised ec3.1rc4 to do this with Wordpress 2.2
> by hacking the code).
> For 2009 I want to upload the sailing events for the year, and I want them
> to show up in the calendar, even tho they are in the future.
> Also, when clicking the month header to get a month listing, the events
> should be listed in chronological order (1st month to 30th).
> So my questions are - I see there is a shiny new version of ec3 - is it
> production stable?
> And can I achieve this "out of the box" without hacking the code? A few
> clues would be useful too!
> Thanks
> Chris
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