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    This plugin adds a shortcode and a block for use with The Events Calendar Plugin (by Modern Tribe).

    With this plugin either add the block in the new editor, or just add the shortcode on a page to display a list of your events. For example to show next 8 events in the category festival:

    [ecs-list-events cat="festival" limit="8"]

    Shortcode and Block Options:

    • Basic shortcode: [ecs-list-events]
    • cat – Represents single event category. [ecs-list-events cat='festival'] Use commas when you want multiple categories [ecs-list-events cat='festival, workshops']
    • limit – Total number of events to show. Default is 5. [ecs-list-events limit='3']
    • order – Order of the events to be shown. Value can be ‘ASC’ or ‘DESC’. Default is ‘ASC’. Order is based on event date. [ecs-list-events order='DESC']
    • date – To show or hide date. Value can be ‘true’ or ‘false’. Default is true. [ecs-list-events eventdetails='false']
    • venue – To show or hide the venue. Value can be ‘true’ or ‘false’. Default is false. [ecs-list-events venue='true']
    • excerpt – To show or hide the excerpt and set excerpt length. Default is false.
      • [ecs-list-events excerpt='true'] //displays excerpt with length 100
      • [ecs-list-events excerpt='300'] //displays excerpt with length 300
    • thumb – To show or hide thumbnail image. Default is false. [ecs-list-events thumb='true'] //displays post thumbnail in default thumbnail dimension from media settings.
    • You can use thumbwidth and thumbheight to customize the thumbnail size [ecs-list-events thumb='true' thumbwidth='150' thumbheight='150'] or thumbsize for a registered WordPress size [ecs-list-events thumb='true' thumbsize='large']
    • message – Message to show when there are no events. Defaults to ‘There are no upcoming events at this time.’
    • viewall – Determines whether to show ‘View all events’ or not. Values can be ‘true’ or ‘false’. Default to ‘true’ [ecs-list-events cat='festival' limit='3' order='DESC' viewall='false']
    • contentorder – Manage the order of content with commas. Default to title, thumbnail, excerpt, date, venue. [ecs-list-events cat='festival' limit='3' order='DESC' viewall='false' contentorder='title, thumbnail, excerpt, date, venue']
    • month – Show only specific Month. Type 'current' for displaying current month only or 'next' for next month [ecs-list-events cat='festival' month='2015-06']
    • past – Show Outdated Events. [ecs-list-events cat='festival' past='yes']
    • key – Hide the event when the start date/time has passed [ecs-list-events cat='festival' key='start date']
    • orderby – Order by end date [ecs-list-events orderby='enddate']

    Additional options and benefits in the pro version

    • design – Shows improved design by default, ‘compact’ for a more compact listing, ‘calendar’ for a monthly calendar view, ‘columns’ to show events horizontally in columns, or ‘grouped’ to group events by day
    • days – Specify how many days in the future, for example [ecs-list-events days=”1″] for one day or [ecs-list-events days=”7″] for one week
    • date – Show only events for a specific day [ecs-list-events date=’2017-04-16′]
    • tag – Filter by one or more tags. Use commas when you want to filter by multiple tags.
    • city, state, country – Display events by location.
    • featured only – Show only events marked as “featured”
    • id – Show a single event, useful for displaying details of the event on a blog post or page
    • description – Use the full description instead of the excerpt of an event in the listing
    • raw_description – Avoid filtering any HTML (spacing, links, bullet points, etc) in the description
    • raw_excerpt – Avoid filtering any HTML (spacing, links, etc) in the excerpt
    • year – Show only events for a specific year
    • date range – Show only events between certain days
    • timeonly – To show just the start time of the event. [ecs-list-events timeonly=’true’]
    • offset – Skip a certain number of events from the beginning, useful for using multiple shortcodes on the same page (with ads in between) or splitting into columns
    • custom design – Create one or more of your own templates for use with the shortcode
    • hiderecurring – To only show the first instance of a recurring event, set to ‘true’

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    This plugin is not developed by or affiliated with The Events Calendar or Modern Tribe in any way.

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