[EventCalendar] Scheduling event post

Temp temp at atleticochianti.com
Tue Mar 17 13:21:36 UTC 2009


I discovered that if I schedule the post related to the event the event 
isn't visible in the evente widget. Does anyone can tell me how to show 
anyway the event in the event widget, even in case I schedule the 
associated post?
Thanks.
Marco.

Temp ha scritto in data 17/03/2009 11.57:
> You're right! I'm such an idiot... sorry for wasting your time :D I 
> didn't think about wordpress built-in features...
> Thank you so much,
> Marco.
> Leon Poole ha scritto in data 17/03/2009 10.46:
>> Wordpress has a built in post scheduler
>> (http://support.wordpress.com/posts/schedule-a-post/) - does that do 
>> what
>> you want?
>>
>> Leon
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> Subject: [EventCalendar] Scheduling event post
>>
>> Hello,
>>  maybe this is an old and already answered question, but anyone can 
>> tell me if it's possible have a scheduled post at the event time? I 
>> mean, I'd like that the day of my birthday an automatic post is 
>> displayed. For what I see now, if I add a new event, this event will 
>> create a new post which will be immediatly shown. Is it possible 
>> schedule it at the event date?
>> Thanks in advance,
>>  Marco.
>>
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