Responsive Event Scheduler

plugin for WordPress

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Event Scheduler for Wordpress is an effective plugin which will help you to create impressive schedules for your events of any kind in minutes. Is is suitable for building agendas for music festivals, conferences, conventions, meetings, trainings, exhibitions etc.

Event Scheduler for Wordpress is perfect for events thas last one or two day as well as for those wchich last for a week or even more. 

Event Scheduler for Wordpress is much more than just a toneless timetable of happenings. By making possible to add images or icons to particular happenings your event schedule will be more attractive to read but also more meaningful and pesuasive.

Event Scheduler for Wordpress has a beautiful and clean layout that could be easily customized to suit your website design.

​Here are some main features of Event Scheduler for WordPress
To install just follow the standard procedure
1. From left menu choose Plugins / Add New.
2. Then press the Upload Plugin button.
3. Press Choose file button and browse it on your computer (
4. Once you’ve done this press the Install Now button.
5. Activate the Plugin.
The Event Settings enable to customize the look and some features of the Plugin.
1. From left menu choose Settings / Events.
2. Change the plugin settings.
This is the front view of the Event Plugin where settings features are enumarated. 

Adding Events should start with adding event days.
1. From the left menu choose Event days / Add New.
2. Enter the title of that New Day, e.g. „Monday” or  „Day 1”.
3. Choose its date from the callendar widget
4. Press Publish.
5. Follow these steps when adding next days.


6. The list of days is ready.

As an option you can add an Author to every single event. He/She appears below the title of the event and description. You can add a picture of an Author, his/her function and up to 5 social links.

1. From the left menu choose Authors / Add New.


2. In Authors window press Add New to get Add New Post window


4. Fill in the form: Name, Title, Social Links, Image and press Publish.


5. As a result you will get this: 


If you’ve chosen a multiple location event (in settings), you can now add the locations of your event. This works like standard categories in WordPress.
1. From the left menu choose Events / Locations.
2. Add your location name and press Add New Location.
3. Follow these steps when adding other locations.
Finally it's time to add actual events. 

1. From the left menu choose Events / Add New.


2. Fill in the form:      

1) Event title,         
2) Description - include some short description about the particular event (eg. conference lecture or festival band)
3) Choose Day - from the list
4) Event time  
5) Event location - from the dropdown list
6) Add link representd by „Read more” (appears after desccription)        
7) Add Author - from the list 
8) Add Image - image depicting a particular event 
In case the same event reoccurs you can add another event date by clicking adequate button and provide
another event date, time and location.
3. Press Publish.

Follow these steps when adding another events to the Event Scheduler.



When you choose an option "Show svg icon as event image" in Event Scheduler settings - the svg file that you apply as featured image must consist of filled elements or expanded outlines. The icon must also have some margins around in the svg file. 

When applied as a featured image is should look like this:

NOT like this:

After your event schedule has been built it must be placed in your website.
1. Open you page, post or a module in visual builder where you want to place the Event Scheduler.
2. In the TEXT FIELD paste [2code-schedule-draw] shortcode. 
Classic Text Field:
Visual Composer Text Block example:


3. Press Publish and it's done. The Event Scheduler has been inserted to your website.

Example 1. Front view and settings.

Example 2. Front view and settings.

Example 4. Front view and settings.

Example 3. Front view and settings.

Example 5. Front view and settings.

Example 6. Front view and settings.