Events keep your audience in the loop with what you have going on.  

Feature your upcoming events on your site.  Consider incorporating an events page to provide users with easy access to a list of essentials: event title, description, date time, recurrence and location.

Follow the guides below to create Events and add them to the pages of your site.

Preparing to create Event posts

Before you start creating Event posts, get organized. Make a list of commonly used locations where your events are hosted. Decide if you want site visitors to be able to filter events by category, or if you want the ability to insert specific categories of events on specific pages.

Though you can create and assign locations and categories after an Event post has been created, doing so first will streamline the process.

Adding Event Locations

Locations must be created first before they can be added to an event.

Adding Categories

Use categories to add filters or display a subset of posts on a page.

Creating Event posts

Before you can add events or a calendar to a page, you must first create the individual Event posts. To add and edit content to the Event post, you’ll use the WordPress content editor.

Creating an Event Post

Add an event post that you can highlight by itself or as part of a calendar.

Formatting Text in the Content Editor

The content editor is the main editing box used to add and format text in the body of a page, post or Tailor element.

Adding Events to a page

After creating Event posts, you can add them in various combinations to pages: Create a page with a calendar on it. Feature an individual event on your homepage, or highlight a category of events in a topic-specific section of your site.

Adding a Single Event to a Page

Feature an individual event on a page.

Adding a List of Events to a Page

Add a list of all upcoming events or from one or more categories.

Adding a Calendar

Insert a calendar of your events by month, week or day.

Syncing External Calendars

Dynamically import events with an iCal feed.