To see all settings of Event Calendar plugin, please navigate to Events => Settings you will see General/ Display/ Default Content/ Additional Fields/ Licenses/ and Help tab. Please see this guide below to understand all settings:
- Number of events to show per page: You can enter the number of events which are shown per page.
- Recurring event instances: If checked, show only the first instance of each recurring event (only affects list-style views).
- Front-end recurring event instances toggle: Allow users to decide whether to show all instances of a recurring event.
- Clean up recurring events after: Enter the number of months you want to automatically remove recurring event instances older than this.
- Create recurring events in advance for: Recurring events will be created this far in advance.
- Show comments: If checked, you can enable comments on event pages.
- Include events in main blog loop: If checked, you can show events with the site’s other post. When this box is checked, events will also continue to appear on the default events page.
- Events URL slug: Enter the slug here. The slug used for building the events URL.
- Single event URL slug: Enter the slug here. The slug used for building the events URL.
- End of day cutoff: Select a time from dropdown list after that event’s end to avoid showing the event on the next day’s calendar.
- Default currency symbol: Set the default currency symbol for event costs. Note that this only impacts future events and changes made will not apply retroactively.
- Currency symbol follows value: Enable this option positions the symbol after the value.
This section allows you to configure all options of Map.
- Enable Google Map: If checked, enable maps for events and venues.
- Map view search distance limit: Set the distance that the location search covers.
- Map view distance unit: Select unit which map distance is shown. You can choose Miles or Kilometers.
- Fix geolocation data: You have 1 venues for which we don’t have geolocation data. We need to use the Google Map API to get that information. Doing this may take a while.
- Google Map default zoom level: Enter the number that Google Maps zoom
The settings below control display of your calendar.
Basic Template Settings
- Default stylesheet used for events templates: You can choose stylesheet for your events templates. Including Skeleton Styles (Only includes enough css to achieve complex layouts like calendar and week view), Full Styles (More detailed styling, tries to grab styles from your theme).
- Events Template: Choose a page template to control the appearance of your calendar and event content.
- Enable event views: That includes List, Month, Week, Day, Map and Photo. You must select at least one view.
- Default view: Select View as default view from drop down list.
- Disable the Event Search Bar: If checked you can use the classic header.
- Hide location search: Removes location search field from the events bar on all views except for map view.
- Hide related events: Remove related events from the single event view.
- Month view events per day: Enter the number that allows more than the default 3 events per day in month view.
Date Format Settings
In this section you can enter the format to use for displaying dates with the year/ the month/ or the day.
Choose the default venue & organizer. Set default address information to save time when entering a new venue or organizer. You can override these settings as you enter a new event.