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A simple plugin that displays a form to allow people to enter events for the Events Made Easy plugin on a regular wordpress page. Ein einfach zu bedienendes Plugin, mit dem Benutzer über ein Webformular Veranstaltungen für das 'Events Made Easy' Plugin auf einer WordPress Webseite erfassen können. Details
A simple plugin that displays a form to allow people to enter events for the Events Made Easy plugin on a regular wordpress page.
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Events Made Easy Frontend Submit Events Made Easy Frontend Submit Details
Events Made Easy Frontend Submit
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If you want a certain field to be required (if not by default), use EMEFS::required_field('xxx') For required attributes, use EMEFS::required_attribute('xxx') For required properties, use EMEFS::required_property('xxx') Wenn bestimmte Felder als Pflichtfelder (wenn nicht schon per default) definiert sein sollen , benutze EMEFS::required_field('xxx') Für Pflichtattribute, benutze EMEFS::required_attribute('xxx') Für Pflichteigenschaften, benutze EMEFS::required_property('xxx') Details
If you want a certain field to be required (if not by default), use EMEFS::required_field('xxx') For required attributes, use EMEFS::required_attribute('xxx') For required properties, use EMEFS::required_property('xxx')
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Binary field (YES/NO) binäres Feld (Ja/ Nein) Details
Binary field (YES/NO)
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If you want to show a certain field as a drop/down select, use as second option (for type) the value 'binary' E.g. EMEFS::property('all_day','binary') Wenn ein bestimmtes Feld als Auswahlfeld definiert werden soll, benutze als zweite Option (für type) den Wert 'binary' z.B. EMEFS::property('all_day','binary') Details
If you want to show a certain field as a drop/down select, use as second option (for type) the value 'binary' E.g. EMEFS::property('all_day','binary')
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You can use these like this: EMEFS::property('xxx'); For the ones marked with (*), use the extra binary option: EMEFS::property('xxx','binary'); Dies kann benutzt werden, wie: EMEFS::property('xxx'); Für die mit (*) markierten, benutze die zusätzliche Binäroption: EMEFS::property('xxx','binary'); Details
You can use these like this: EMEFS::property('xxx'); For the ones marked with (*), use the extra binary option: EMEFS::property('xxx','binary');
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Many newer event options are stored in properties, see eme_events.php function eme_init_event_props(), for a whole list. A small enumeration: auto_approve (<em>) ignore_pending (</em>) all_day (<em>) take_attendance (</em>) min_allowed max_allowed rsvp_end_target rsvp_discount rsvp_discountgroup use_worldpay (<em>) use_stripe (</em>) use_braintree (<em>) use_stripe (</em>) Viele neuere Veranstaltungsoptionen sind in den Eigenschaften gespeichert. Siehe eme_events.php, um die vollständige Liste zu sehen. Eine kleine Auswahl: auto_approve (<em>) ignore_pending (</em>) all_day (<em>) take_attendance (</em>) min_allowed max_allowed rsvp_end_target rsvp_discount rsvp_discountgroup use_worldpay (<em>) use_stripe (</em>) use_braintree (*) Details
Many newer event options are stored in properties, see eme_events.php function eme_init_event_props(), for a whole list. A small enumeration: auto_approve (<em>) ignore_pending (</em>) all_day (<em>) take_attendance (</em>) min_allowed max_allowed rsvp_end_target rsvp_discount rsvp_discountgroup use_worldpay (<em>) use_stripe (</em>) use_braintree (<em>) use_stripe (</em>)
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How about extra event properties? Wie sieht es mit zusätzlichen Veranstaltungs-Eigenschaften aus Details
How about extra event properties?
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Well yes: EMEFS::attribute and EMEFS::field can have a second argument, indicating the html5-type of your field of choice: Example: Example: The different types supported: textarea (default), text, tel, url, email and number Also the event_url regular field entry can have the url-html5 option: Ja, natürlich: EMEFS::attribute kann ein zweites Argument aufweisen, das den html5-type der Auswahl zeigt:can have a second argument, indicating the html5-type of your field of choice: Beispiel: Die unterstützten Typen: text (default), tel, url und email Auch den event_url regular Feldeintrag kann url-html5 Optionen aufzeigen: &lt;?php EMEFS::field('event_url','url'); Details
Well yes: EMEFS::attribute and EMEFS::field can have a second argument, indicating the html5-type of your field of choice: Example: Example: The different types supported: textarea (default), text, tel, url, email and number Also the event_url regular field entry can have the url-html5 option:
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Well yes: EMEFS::attribute and EMEFS::field can have a second argument, indicating the html5-type of your field of choice: Example: Example: The different types supported: textarea (default), text, tel, url, email and number Also the event_url regular field entry can have the url-html5 option: Ja, natürlich: EMEFS::attribute kann ein zweites Argument aufweisen, das den html5-type der Auswahl zeigt: Beispiel: Die unterstützten Typen: text (default), tel, url und email Auch den event_url regular Feldeintrag kann url-html5 Optionen aufzeigen: &lt;?php EMEFS::field('event_url','url'); Details
Well yes: EMEFS::attribute and EMEFS::field can have a second argument, indicating the html5-type of your field of choice: Example: Example: The different types supported: textarea (default), text, tel, url, email and number Also the event_url regular field entry can have the url-html5 option:
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Any html5 things? Irgendwelche html5 Merkmale? Details
Any html5 things?
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How about extra attributes? Wie sieht es mit zusätzlichen Attributen aus? Details
How about extra attributes?
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How/where do I change the form layout? Wie/ wo kann das Webformular angepasst werden? Details
How/where do I change the form layout?
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To allow for multiple forms to be used, you can add an option to the shortcode to indicate the name of the form template (default: form.php). Example: [emefs_submit_event_form template=test.php] If your template is not found in one of the 4 locations mentioned above, the default templates/form.php will be taken Um mehrere Webformulare zu verwenden, kann man eine Option zum Shortcode hinzufügen, um den Namen des Webformulars zu unterscheiden (standardmässig: form.php). Beispiel: [emefs_submit_event_form template=test.php] Wenn das definierte Webformular nicht in einer der vier oben erwähnten Ablagen gefunden wird, dann wird das standardmässige form.php Webformular verwendet. Details
To allow for multiple forms to be used, you can add an option to the shortcode to indicate the name of the form template (default: form.php). Example: [emefs_submit_event_form template=test.php] If your template is not found in one of the 4 locations mentioned above, the default templates/form.php will be taken
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The overloadable files at this moment are: Die überschreibbaren Dateien sind aktuell: Details
The overloadable files at this moment are:
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