EventOn is a responsive events calendar WordPress Plugin available on CodeCanyon. Add custom calendars to any post, page or widget ready area.
For many organizations events are an important way to promote and grow your business. A great way to advertise your events is to include a full event calendar on your website. With EventOn it’s easy to create and add events to simple or elaborate calendars. EventOn has so many options you can create just about any calendar you can imagine.
Events themselves include support for single or multiple days, featured images and event recurrence options. You can also create events with no end date or time – which is great when running an ongoing day-to-day program or fundraiser. Once you’ve add events to your calendar(s), your readers can instantly download them to their Google Calendar or iCalendar via ICS file so they don’t forget!
Other great features include support for Eventbrite and Paypal (if you’d like to sell tickets, charge for events, or collect donations), custom event colors, custom taxonomies and easy insert options. Simply use the calender widget or take advantage of hte built-in calendar shortcode generator. Creating and adding event calendars to your website has never been easier. Take a look at more plugin features below.
EventOn Event Calendar WordPress Plugin
- Event Time & Date Settings
- Single & Multi Day Events
- Recurring Event Support
- Responsive Calendars
- Add Open-ended Events
- Upcoming Events List
- ICS File Downloads (for Google Calendar & iCalendar)
- Limit Number Of Events On Calendar Per Month
- 2 Custom Event Taxonomies
- Create Event Category Calendars
- Customize Event Data Rows
- Custom Event Icons
- Custom Event Colors
- Event Featured Images
- Event Details Excerpt
- Add 2 Custom Data Fields To Events
- Google Maps Integration
- Ajaxed Month-To-Month Calendars
- Custom Calendar Shortcode Generator
- Event Calendar Widgets
- Add Calendars Via PHP Template Tag
- Eventbrite Support
- PayPal Integration
- Custom Language Text
- POT File Included