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<strong>Upgrade to pro</strong> You want to organize even more complex events like saving all details of your agencies, locations, partners, artists, shows: <a href="https://www.qanuk.io/plugins">Q Events Pro</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Upgrade to pro</strong> You want to organize even more complex events like saving all details of your agencies, locations, partners, artists, shows: <a href="https://www.qanuk.io/plugins">Q Events Pro</a>
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<strong>Overview Back End</strong> On the back end a list of all published, planned and archived events is shown. Via one click a pop up will show up and a new event can be inserted. Same for updating an event. The user can enter event name, subtitle, date, time, comment, location, city, picture via standard library, pre sales price and a ticket link. Same for update. For every event you can add a link to your partner, who is coordinating the professional ticketing. The toggle "Status" steers if an event is active, planned or archived. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Overview Back End</strong> On the back end a list of all published, planned and archived events is shown. Via one click a pop up will show up and a new event can be inserted. Same for updating an event. The user can enter event name, subtitle, date, time, comment, location, city, picture via standard library, pre sales price and a ticket link. Same for update. For every event you can add a link to your partner, who is coordinating the professional ticketing. The toggle "Status" steers if an event is active, planned or archived.
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<strong>Quick Facts</strong> The plugin has all you need to publish very simple events: * event list in front end * planend events * published events * archived events * Event name / Location / Date / Ticket link / Ticket price You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Quick Facts</strong> The plugin has all you need to publish very simple events: * event list in front end * planend events * published events * archived events * Event name / Location / Date / Ticket link / Ticket price
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Your events can be planned and managed easily in the backend. In the front end all published events will be shown in a clear structured way. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Your events can be planned and managed easily in the backend. In the front end all published events will be shown in a clear structured way.
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DOCUMENTATION: See <a href="https://www.qanuk.io/documentation/">Q Events Documentation</a>. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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DOCUMENTATION: See <a href="https://www.qanuk.io/documentation/">Q Events Documentation</a>.
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HOW TO: Add [q_events] on your preferred site. The active events will be shown on the site. You can manage all events in the tab "Q Events" on your dashboard menu. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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HOW TO: Add [q_events] on your preferred site. The active events will be shown on the site. You can manage all events in the tab "Q Events" on your dashboard menu.
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The easiest way to start organizing and publishing your events is to login to your WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins &gt; Add New, search for "Q Events Light", and click to install the plugin. You can also download the plugin zip file from this page and upload it from the Plugins &gt; Add New &gt; Upload page. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The easiest way to start organizing and publishing your events is to login to your WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins &gt; Add New, search for "Q Events Light", and click to install the plugin. You can also download the plugin zip file from this page and upload it from the Plugins &gt; Add New &gt; Upload page.
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<strong>Overview Front End</strong> On the front end the events will be listed via a container in a same structure. On the left side the picture will be shown and on the right side the ticket price + ticket link. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>Overview Front End</strong> On the front end the events will be listed via a container in a same structure. On the left side the picture will be shown and on the right side the ticket price + ticket link.
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