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Best Answer beardedavenger , 22 April 2013 - 09:58 PM

You do not need to change it to events, because it's already called events by default, as i explained above, and as the demo and instructions both note.

 

 

The archive page is automatically generated by default under /events and I have provided you with the link showing that it works above. I also explained that you can however change this under Page Options--->Site Defaults---->Events, under "Plural Slug." All of this information, is listed in that same page, along with "Tips on Use" that covers everything about the section.

http://cl.ly/image/2Z2Z2t112p3x

 

You can learn more about the shortcodes on the Events demo page here:

http://events.nichol...nts-shortcodes/

 

"When I click on EVENTS from the website the 404 page shows up and it skips over the blog page."

I do not understand this. This has nothing to do with your blog at all.

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#1 chamainew

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 08:16 PM

Hi,

I purchased Events a week ago and I still can't figure out how to use.

I simply want the events that I set-up to show on my client's calendar page.

The website url is: http://vdglaw.com/event-calendar/

 

I created the months

and I created a test event here: http://vdglaw.com/event/estate-2/

 

I do not know short codes, html or css but I've been slowly learning more and more.

Can you tell me how to link these two pages together? What have I missed?

 

 

 

 

 



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Posted 22 April 2013 - 08:25 PM

Hi

Sorry for your troubles. The archive page is automatically generated by default under /events

http://vdglaw.com/events/

 

 

You can however change this under Page Options--->Site Defaults---->Events, under "Plural Slug." All of this information, is listed in that same page, along with "Tips on Use" that covers everything about the section.

http://cl.ly/image/2Z2Z2t112p3x

 

You can learn more about the shortcodes on the Events demo page here:

http://events.nichol...nts-shortcodes/

 

I also visited the single event page and seems to be working properly.

 

Please let me know if there's anything else you need.

 

Nick



#3 chamainew

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Posted 22 April 2013 - 09:18 PM

I changed the page name to EVENTS and updated the Site Defaults to EVENT and EVENTS.

When I click on EVENTS from the website the 404 page shows up and it skips over the blog page.

 

I just need instruction on how to get the EVENTS page to show up. This is the problem.

I don't understand ARCHIVE or anything else....I can figure that out later.
 



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Posted 22 April 2013 - 09:58 PM   Best Answer

You do not need to change it to events, because it's already called events by default, as i explained above, and as the demo and instructions both note.

 

 

The archive page is automatically generated by default under /events and I have provided you with the link showing that it works above. I also explained that you can however change this under Page Options--->Site Defaults---->Events, under "Plural Slug." All of this information, is listed in that same page, along with "Tips on Use" that covers everything about the section.

http://cl.ly/image/2Z2Z2t112p3x

 

You can learn more about the shortcodes on the Events demo page here:

http://events.nichol...nts-shortcodes/

 

"When I click on EVENTS from the website the 404 page shows up and it skips over the blog page."

I do not understand this. This has nothing to do with your blog at all.







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