Frontend Event Submission
Frontend event submission adds to the versatility of modern event calendar as you cut unnecessary backend processes. This means that every single user doesn’t need to create an account to book.
You can select a static page for Event List and Add List page using this option. It is similar to the main WordPress settings for Homepage and Post page. The difference is that you should put a specified shortcode (below the “select” option) into whatever page that you want.
Therefore, from the first drop-down menu you can choose your static page to show the events created by your users. The second drop-down menu is used to set the page for add/edit events by your users.
Note: You can also copy the shortcode written in front of each option and then place it in the page that you want to set as your static event list page or add/edit page.
1. Time Format: this item affect the selection of date time.
2. Event List Page: You can copy the shortcode written in front of this option and then place it in the page that you want to set as your static event list page.
3. Add/Edit Event Page: You can copy the shortcode written in front of this option and then place it in the page that you want to set as your add/edit page.
4. Thank You Page: if you are required to show Thank You Page to the user after add/edit event you can set page here.
5. Thank You Page Time Interval: waiting time before redirecting to the Thank You Page. It’s in milliseconds so 2000 mean 2 seconds.
6. Enable event submission by guest users: by selecting this option, you let anyone (even non-logged in users) submit to events.
7. Enable mandatory email and name for guest user: by selecting this option, a box would appear which asks for name and email from the non-logged in users.
by setting the Event List Page and Add/Edit Event Page they connected to the buttons in the pages.
In the Event List Page users can edit/view/delete the events and also download the invoice. click on the title to edit the event.
Important knowledge: If you want to change date format on single event page (frontend of the single event) you need go to WordPress Dashboard > Settings > General > Date Format (and also time).
You can adjust what is shown on the end-user event submission form. Except for the event basic information and requirements, you can choose from Event Links, Event Cost, Featured Image, Event Categories, Event Labels, Event Color, Event Tags, Event Location, Event Organizer, Hourly Schedule, Booking Options, and Fees/Taxes Options as well.
In frontend event submission setting you can adjust the information you require from your users here; except for event basic information and requirements. Event Links, Event Cost, Featured Image, Event Categories, Event Labels, Event Color, Event Tags, Event Location, Event Organizer, Hourly Schedule, Booking Options, Fees/Taxes Options are all at your command!