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02/03/11 19:01:51 (3 years ago)
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goldenapples
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  • external-events-calendar/tags/0.4/readme.txt

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    1717There is an option to use dates exactly as they are entered (may look better in some cases, but doesn't work very well for non-US English dates) or to use WordPress's localized date formatting. 
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    19 Styling is customizable through css: each field is given its own <span> class. A basic stylesheet is included in the plugin, but feel free to modify that or delete it and use your own stylesheet to override. In the future, I'll work this part of the display out a little better. 
     19Styling is customizable through css: each field is given its own <span> class. A basic stylesheet is included in the plugin, but feel free to modify that or delete it and use your own stylesheet to override. You can also copy the default stylesheet to your theme directory or a new directory called `/wp-content/plugins/gad-events-custom/` to preserve any changes to make against future plugin/theme upgrades. 
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    5454As of version 0.4, you can also copy the existing `gad-events-calendar.css` file to your theme directory and edit it there, OR create a new directory under `/wp-content/plugins` called `gad-events-custom` and copy the stylesheet there. This can help protect your style changes in case of updating the plugin in the future. 
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    56 = What options does the shortcode `[eventslisting]` take? 
     56= What options does the shortcode `[eventslisting]` take? = 
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    5858You can pass any of the same options to the shortcode that you can select in the widget. Here is the syntax for each of the options: 
     
    6767* `link_category` (int) A different category to pull events from, other than the default "Events Calendar" category. 
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    69 So for example, if you want to include the five events farthest in the future in a post, this would be the shortcode to use: `[eventslisting display_title="Planning Ahead" orderby=DESC limit=5]` 
     69So for example, if you want to include the five events farthest in the future in a post, this would be the shortcode to use:  
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     71`[eventslisting display_title="Planning Ahead" orderby=DESC limit=5]` 
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