How To Add An Events Calendar To WordPress

Learn how to add a calendar of events to your WordPress website or blog and how to schedule events …

How To Add An Events Calendar To WordPress

Are you looking for a way to keep prospective and existing customers coming back to your site?

Adding an events calendar to your site can keep your visitors, customers, and newsletter subscribers informed about upcoming in-store, community, or industry events, trade shows, workshops, conferences, etc.

It can also attract new prospects to your business, engage site users, and build authority in your niche or industry.

Additionally, you can monetize your WordPress site with paid event listings, sell event tickets, and more!

 

In this tutorial, you will learn how to add a calendar of events to your WordPress website or blog and how to schedule events in the events calendar.

How To Add An Events Calendar To WordPress

There are a number of WordPress plugins available that let you add an events calendar to your website or blog. For this tutorial, we’ll use a plugin called The Events Calendar.

The Events Calendar

The Events Calendar

(The Events Calendar)

Plugin Description

The Events Calendar is a free, feature-rich WordPress plugin that lets you easily create and manage a customizable events calendar on your site. It’s suitable for all kinds of businesses, from large hubs listing thousands of events and universities and colleges with thousands of users, to small or sole businesses listing classes, workshops, etc.

The plugin is also available as a premium edition with extensible features that let you expand its functionality to include recurring events, event submissions, event filtering, ticket sales, and more.

Plugin Installation

Although the plugin is described as “built by developers for developers,” it is easy for non-techies to install, set up, and use.

To install the The Events Calendar plugin from your WordPress dashboard, go to Plugins > Add New, enter “events calendar” into the Keyword search field (if you need help, see our tutorial on installing WordPress plugins), and click on the ‘Install Now’ button …

Install The Events Calendar plugin

(Install The Events Calendar plugin)

After installing the plugin, click ‘Activate’ …

Activate the plugin

(Activate the plugin)

Configuring The Plugin

Installing and activating the plugin adds a new menu item to the WordPress dashboard menu.

To configure the plugin’s settings, select the Events > Settings menu …

Events - Settings menu

(Events – Settings menu)

This brings up the ‘Events Settings’ screen …

'Events Settings' screen

(‘Events Settings’ screen)

The plugin is well supported and documented. To learn how to configure the plugin’s settings, select the Events > Help menu …

Events - Help menu

(Events – Help menu)

This brings up a screen with links to the plugin’s support section and help documentation, including a walkthrough on how to configure the plugin’s settings …

The Events Calendar - Support and Help screen

(The Events Calendar – Support and Help screen)

In addition to configuring your calendar settings, it’s a good idea to also plan your event categories before creating event listings.

Select the Events > Event Categories menu …

Events - Event Categories menu

(Events – Event Categories menu)

Adding event categories is just like adding post categories (see our tutorial on how to use post categories if you need help with this step) …

Add event categories

(Add event categories)

One last thing …

Make sure to add links to your Events Calendar on your site’s navigation menus …

Link to your Events Calendar on your main navigation menus

(Link to your Events Calendar on your main navigation menus)

The default URL for your Events Calendar should be something like http://yoursite.com/events (check your plugin settings to confirm the URL).

Using The Plugin

After configuring your plugin’s settings and event categories, you can begin adding events to your calendar.

To view or edit your event listings, select Events > Events

Events - Events menu

(Events – Events menu)

This brings up the ‘Events’ screen with all your event listings …

xxx

(Events screen)

Let’s go through an example on how to set up an event listing …

Let's set up an event listing

(Let’s set up an event listing)

Planning Your Events

Before adding a new event to the calendar, make sure you have the following:

  • Event details – start & end dates/times, cost, etc.
  • Venue details – venue name & address
  • Organizer details – name and contact details, website address, etc.
  • Event listing images – images for your content and listing thumbnail, and a featured image

Useful tip

In addition to content and featured images, we also recommend creating placeholder images for future events. This will allow you to set up “coming soon” events where you add event details later.

We also recommend uploading your content and placeholder images to a cloud storage service (e.g. Amazon S3) and your featured images to your WordPress Media Library.

To create a new event listing, log into your WordPress admin area and select the Events > Add New menu …

Events - Add New menu

(Events – Add New menu)

Note: You can also add a new event by clicking the ‘Add New’ button in the ‘Events’ area …

Events - Add New

(Events – Add New)

This brings up the ‘Add New Event’ screen …

'Add New Event' screen

(‘Add New Event’ screen)

Enter the following details into this screen:

(1) Event Title – Add the title of your event here.

(2) Event Listing content – Add a description of your event here (including content or placeholder images). See section below for useful tips on adding content to this section.

(3) Events Calendar fields – Add your event details here like time & date, location, event organizers, event website, cost, select whether to display Google map, etc. …

(4) Excerpt – Copy and paste an excerpt from your main content’s event description into the Excerpt field …

Event excerpt

(Event excerpt)

(5) SEO Details – If you have configured your site for automated traffic generation and installed an SEO plugin (e.g. Yoast SEO), add your event excerpt or description and a ‘focus’ keyword into your SEO section …

Add SEO details

(Add SEO details)

(6) Tags – Add tags just like you would if creating a post (see our tutorial on how to use post tags if you need help).

(7) Event Categories – Select your event category(ies).

(8) Event Options – Here, you can select options for your listing like Hide From Event Listings, Sticky in Month View (sticky events display first in your list of events), and/or Feature Event (highlights the event on your site).

(9) Featured Image – Add a featured image for your event listing here …

Set event listing options

(Set event listing options)

To help speed up the process when adding similar future event listings, we recommend creating event templates using your WordPress content editor. You can add the main elements as ‘search and replace’ tags and even add rotating advertising banner shortcodes in your template.

Create the template in the WordPress visual editor, then switch to the ‘text’ tab, select all content, paste it into into a plain text file, and save it to your hard drive …

Create event templates

(Create event templates)

This way, to create a new events listing, just:

  1. Open your events template and copy everything t your clipboard,
  2. Select the ‘Text’ tab in the WordPress content editor and paste the content from your clipboard,
  3. Switching back to the ‘Visual’ tab to view and edit the content …

Save time with an events template ...

(Save time with an events template …)

To finish creating the event listing, replace the placeholder image with your event (i.e. content) image …

Add your content image

(Add your event image)

Continue editing the rest of your content to create your event listing and remember to keep saving as you go …

Edit your event template to create your listing

(Edit your event template to create your listing)

Check that all event details and event settings are correct, then click ‘Save Draft’ or ‘Publish’ …

Publish your event listing

(Publish your event listing)

After publishing, preview your event listing to make sure that everything looks ok …

(Preview your event listing)

Also, go to your events section from your main menu …

Make sure that everything displays correctly (also check your event dates) …

Check your event listings

(Check your event listings)

Your event listing has now been added to your events calendar and can be promoted in your email newsletters, social media, etc.

Copy and use the event listing’s URL to promote an individual event, or refer visitors to the events calendar on your site to view upcoming events.

Events Calendar – Additional Features

The Events Calendar plugin lets you store a list of all event venues.

Go to Events > Venues

Events - Venues menu

(Events – Venues menu)

This brings up the Venues screen with a table of all your event venues …

Venues screen - Table of venues

(Venues screen – Table of venues)

Click on an item to edit venue details …

Venue information screen

(Venue information screen)

This lets you set up future event listings or edit existing items by selecting the venue from a drop-down menu …

Venue drop-down menu

(Venue drop-down menu)

Similarly, you can store information about event organizers in the  Organizers section (Events > Organizers) …

Events - Organizers menu

(Events – Organizers menu)

You can also use the premium Events Import feature to import events from Facebook, Google Calendar, iCalendar, etc. …

Events Import

(Events Import)

Note: The plugin also lets your users and site visitors import your event listings into their calendars …

Users can import your event listings into their calendars

(Users can import your event listings into their calendars)

The plugin also includes an Events Calendar widget

Events Calendar widget

(Events Calendar widget)

Use the widget to display a mini calendar on your sidebar …

Display a mini calendar on your sidebar

(Display a mini calendar on your sidebar)

As you can see, this is a comprehensive events listing plugin. If you need help using The Events Calendar features, see the Events Calendar Knowledgebase.

For more information about the plugin, check out the video below, or go here: The Events Calendar

(The Events Calendar – Plugin Overview)

You can also check out the plugin’s premium features by going to Events > Event Add-Ons or visiting the plugin’s main website

Events > Event Add-Ons

(The plugin provides a number of event add-ons with additional features)

Other WordPress Events Calendar Plugins

We have also written about other WordPress plugins that allow you to add event listings on your site or turn your entire website into an event listing directory, run event registrations, etc.  here:

Additionally, if you need help with general WordPress features used to create event listings, see our detailed tutorials below:

Adding an events calendar to WordPress is a powerful enhancement you can make to your website. We hope that you have found the above information useful.

How To Add An Events Calendar To WordPress

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How To Convert WordPress Post Categories Into Tags And Vice Versa

Learn how to use the WordPress Categories and Tags Converter tool to convert categories into tags and vice versa. …

How To Convert WordPress Post Categories Into Tags And Vice VersaIf you are new to WordPress and not quite sure about the difference between WordPress post categories and WordPress post tags and how to use these to better organize and classify your content, then check out the tutorials below:

In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to use the WordPress Categories and Tags Converter tool to convert post categories into tags and vice versa.

How To Convert WordPress Post Categories Into Tags And Vice Versa

Suppose your WordPress site has lots of categories that would work better as tags or that you use some tags in your content so often that these should really have been set up as post categories instead.

Let’s use an example to better understand why you may want to convert WordPress post categories into tags or tags into categories.

Let’s say that you decide to start a blog or website about dogs. Your initial plan is to write about different dog breeds, so you create many dog breed categories.

As your site grows with dog-related content, you discover that a better way to organize your content is to use categories like Dog Breeds, Dog Training, Dog Care, Dog Toys, etc. instead of posting content under individual dog breeds.

Many of your post categories would be better used as tags instead …

WordPress Post Categories

(WordPress Post Categories)

Creating new tags and deleting categories that are no longer required or vice versa, however, is not only time-consuming but what happens to posts that were assigned to those categories or tags? You would have to go through all your posts to change categories and reassign new tags.

A simpler way to handle the above is to convert categories into tags and vice versa using the WordPress Categories and Tags Converter tool.

Installing The WordPress Categories and Tags Converter

Before you can use the WordPress Categories and Tags Converter, you must first install the tool.

To do this, select Tools > Available Tools from your main WordPress amin menu …

WordPress Tools - Available Tools menu

(WordPress Tools – Available Tools menu)

This brings you to the ‘Tools’ screen. Click the link in the ‘Categories and Tags Converter’ section …

Categories and Tags Converter

(Categories and Tags Converter)

You can also access the ‘Categories and Tags Converter’ tool by selecting the Tools > Import menu …

WordPress Tools - Import menu

(WordPress Tools – Import menu)

Locate the ‘Categories and Tags Converter’ tool and click on the ‘Install Now’ link …

Install Categories and Tags Converter

(Install Categories and Tags Converter)

Once the importer has been installed, click on ‘Run importer’ to run the tool …

Run importer

(Run importer)

Using The WordPress Categories and Tags Converter

In the ‘Import’ screen, click on ‘Run importer’ to run the ‘Categories and Tags Converter’ tool …

Import - Run Importer

(Import – Run Importer)

The ‘Categories and Tags Converter’ tool provides you with two options:

Convert Categories to Tags

Convert 'Categories to Tags' screen

(Convert ‘Categories to Tags’ screen)

And Convert Tags to Categories

Convert 'Tags to Categories' screen

(Convert ‘Tags to Categories’ screen)

Convert WordPress Post Categories To Tags

To convert WordPress post categories into tags, click on the ‘Categories to Tags’ button …

'Categories to Tags' button

(‘Categories to Tags’ button)

Select all the categories to convert into tags …

Select categories to convert into tags

(Select categories to convert into tags)

Click the ‘Convert Categories to Tags’ button …

Click 'Convert Categories to Tags' button

(Click ‘Convert Categories to Tags’ button)

WordPress will process the request …

Category to tag conversion process completed!

(Category to tag conversion process completed!)

Info

All posts currently assigned to the category being converted into a tag will have that tag added to the post.

To confirm that the conversion process has been carried out successfully, select Posts > Tags in the main WordPress admin menu …

Posts - Tags menu

(Posts – Tags menu)

The ‘Tags’ screen should display all the categories you have converted into tags …

Tags screen

(Tags screen)

Convert WordPress Post Tags To Categories

To convert WordPress post tags into categories, click on the ‘Tags to Categories’ button …

'Tags to Categories' button

(‘Tags to Categories’ button)

Select all the tags to convert into categories …

Select tags to convert into categories

(Select tags to convert into categories)

Click the ‘Convert Tags to Categories’ button …

Click 'Convert Tags to Categories' button

(Click ‘Convert Tags to Categories’ button)

WordPress will process the request …

Tag to category conversion process completed!

(Tag to category conversion process completed!)

Info

When converted, all posts associated with tags being converted into a category will be assigned to that category.

To confirm that the conversion process has been carried out successfully, select Posts > Categories in the main WordPress admin menu …

Posts - Categories menu

(Posts – Categories menu)

The ‘Categories’ screen should display all the tags you have converted into categories …

Categories screen

(Categories screen)

Congratulations! Now you know how to use the WordPress Categories and Tags Converter tool to convert post categories into tags and vice versa.

How To Convert WordPress Post Categories Into Tags And Vice Versa

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How To Reorder WordPress Posts, Pages, Categories & Tags

Learn how to sort and reorder posts, custom post types, pages, categories, tags, WooCommerce products, and other taxonomies inside WordPress …

How To Reorder WordPress Posts, Pages, Categories, Tags & Custom Taxonomies

How To Reorder WordPress Posts, Pages, Categories, Tags & Custom TaxonomiesBy default, WordPress sorts posts by the date they are published in reverse chronological order (i.e. from newest to oldest).

While this works fine in most situations, there may be times when you may need to rearrange the order of your posts or reorder how custom post types, pages, categories, tags, etc. display on your site.

In this step-by-step tutorial, you will learn how to sort and reorder posts, custom post types, pages, categories, tags, WooCommerce products, and other taxonomies inside WordPress without touching code.

How To Reorder WordPress Posts & Custom Post Types

WordPress orders posts in the same order that you publish them (i.e. based on the date and time they were published), but displays these on your site in reverse chronological order (i.e. from newest to oldest).

To understand what this means to your visitors, take a look at the screenshot below …

Default WordPress post sort order

(Default WordPress post sort order)

As you can see from the above example, if you write a series of posts meant to be read in sequential order (e.g. first Step 1, then Step 2, then Step 3, etc.) and publish these as you write, then WordPress will, by default, display the last published post first at the top of your list.

If you need to reorder posts, these are your options:

  1. Manually change the post’s publish date and time.
  2. Change code in your WordPress templates (not a  great option for non-techies, so we’ll skip this method).
  3. Use a plugin that will let you do this easily.

Change Post Publish Date And Time Manually

WordPress lets you reorder posts by changing its publish date & time …

You can reorder posts by changing their publish date & time

(You can reorder posts by changing their publish date & time)

This is fine if you only have a handful of posts, but it can become cumbersome and frustrating, especially if you have a large number of posts to reorder.

Also, if your posts require an accurate timestamp, then changing its publish date and time is not really an option.

Info

WordPress does let you sort posts in the backend (i.e. inside your admin area) by clicking on the column headers icons (e.g. sort posts by title in ascending or descending order, sort by date published, etc.) but it won’t save this order on the frontend (i.e. what users see). It’s just a way to help you find things more easily when working with posts.

This sorting method won't reorder posts for your site visitors

(This sorting method won’t reorder posts for your site visitors)

Reorder Posts Using Plugins

An easier way to reorder posts in  WordPress is to use a plugin. There are a number of plugins you can use to do this.

In the example below we’ll show you how to reorder posts in WordPress using a plugin called Post Types Order.

Post Types Order

Post Types Order

(Post Types Order)

Post Types Order is a free WordPress plugin that lets you order posts and custom post types using drag and drop.

Reorder posts using drag and drop

(Reorder posts using drag and drop)

To install the plugin, go to to Plugins > Add Plugins (see our tutorial on installing plugins if you need help) and search for ‘post order’.

Find the Post Types Order plugin and click on ‘Install Now’ …

Add Plugins

(Add Plugins)

Activate the plugin after installing it …

Activate the plugin

(Activate the plugin)

After installing and activating the plugin, click on the Settings Page link …

Click on Settings Page

(Click on Settings Page)

This takes you to the plugin’s settings page. You can leave the default settings as they are …

Post Types Order plugin settings

(Post Types Order plugin settings)

Scroll down to the bottom of the screen and click the ‘Save Settings’ button …

Click Save Settings

(Click Save Settings)

To reorder your posts, go to Posts > Re-Order

Posts > Re-Order

(Posts > Re-Order)

Drag and drop posts to rearrange their order …

Drag and drop to reorder posts

(Drag and drop to reorder posts)

Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click on ‘Update’ to save the new order of your posts …

Update post order

(Update post order)

Your posts will now display to visitors in the order you have arranged these wherever your website displays lists of posts …

Reordered posts

(Reordered posts)

The plugin also lets you easily reorder custom post types. Check out the video below to get a better idea of what you can do using the Post Types Order plugin …

(Reordering custom post type posts in WordPress)

For more details, visit the plugin’s website here: Post Types Order

Info

You can’t use this plugin to sort hierarchical post types (e.g. pages). To do this you will need to upgrade to the premium version of the plugin, which offers advanced features for ordering other taxonomy types (e.g. pages, categories, etc) or use one of the plugins shown in the section below.

How To Reorder WordPress Pages

WordPress pages are hierarchical post types, meaning that you can nest pages under other pages to create a hierarchical order …

WordPress Pages are hierarchical

(WordPress Pages are hierarchical)

If you need to reorder pages, these are your options:

  1. Manually change the order of your page by changing the publish date and time, order ID, or nesting it under a different parent page.
  2. Change code in your WordPress templates (not a  great option for non-techies, so we’ll skip this method).
  3. Use a plugin that will let you do this easily.

Manually Change Page Order

Just like posts, WordPress lets you reorder pages by changing its publish date & time (1). Additionally, you can reorder pages by changing the number in the Order field (2), or nesting it under a different Parent page (3) …

You can reorder pages by changing their publish date & time

(You can reorder pages using the WordPress Quick Edit feature)

You can perform all of these changes for each page you want to reorder using the WordPress Quick Edit feature.

Just like posts, this is fine if you only have a handful of pages to rearrange, but it can become cumbersome and frustrating if you you want to sort a large number of pages.

Reorder Pages Using Plugins

An easier way to reorder pages in WordPress is to use a plugin. Here are some plugins you can use to reorder pages in WordPress.

Simple Page Ordering

Simple Page Ordering

(Simple Page Ordering)

Simple Page Ordering is a free WordPress plugin that lets you order pages, hierarchical custom post types, or custom post types with “page-like” attributes using drag and drop.

The plugin is also “capabilities aware,” meaning that only users with permissions to edit other users’ pages (e.g. editors and administrators) can reorder content.

Info

This plugin cannot be used to sort general WordPress posts, as posts are not displayed by menu order – they’re displayed by chronology. To sort WordPress posts and pages using the same plugin, consider a premium plugin like Advanced Post Types Order.

To install the plugin go to your Add Plugins screen, search for “page order” in the Keyword search field, locate the plugin and click on the ‘Install Now’ button …

Install the plugin

(Install the plugin)

Activate the plugin after installation …

Activate the plugin

(Activate the plugin)

After activating the plugin, go to your Pages screen and drag and drop items to rearrange their page order …

Sort pages using drag and drop

(Sort pages using drag and drop)

The plugin also offers integrated help (click the “help” tab at the top right of the screen) …

Simple Page Ordering - help

(Simple Page Ordering – help)

Learn more about this plugin here: Simple Page Ordering

How To Reorder WordPress Categories & Tags

“Taxonomy” is just another way or organizing, classifying, or grouping different data in WordPress. For example, Categories and Tags are the default taxonomies used to organize WordPress posts.

Depending on what you want to do and the theme you are using on your website, you may need to sort or reorder how your categories, tags, or custom taxonomies display to users.

For example, if you use the Categories widget to display a list of post categories on your sidebar, your categories will be sorted in alphabetical order by default …

Default category sorting

(Default category sorting)

You may, however, want to rearrange the order that your categories display to your site visitors …

Custom category sorting

(Custom category sorting)

You could create a custom menu to display categories on your sidebar, but there could be other instances where you want to rearrange the order of your categories (or tags, or other taxonomies).  The easiest way to do this is using plugins.

The plugins below allow you to sort categories, tags, and custom taxonomies in WordPress.

Yikes Simple Taxonomy Ordering

Yikes Simple Taxonomy Ordering

(Yikes Simple Taxonomy Ordering)

Yikes Simple Taxonomy Ordering is a free WordPress plugin that lets you order all taxonomy terms on your site with a simple to use, intuitive drag and drop interface. This plugin works for WordPress core taxonomies (Categories and Tags) and any other custom taxonomies you have created.

To install the plugin go to your Add Plugins screen, search for “simple taxonomy ordering” in the Keyword search field, locate the plugin and click on the ‘Install Now’ button …

Add the plugin

(Add the plugin)

Activate the plugin after installation …

Activate the plugin

(Activate the plugin)

After activating the plugin, select Settings > Simple Tax. Ordering to configure the plugins settings …

Settings > Simple Tax. Ordering menu

(Settings > Simple Tax. Ordering menu)

Specify which taxonomies to enable by clicking on the drop down menu and selecting from the available options (categories and tags) …

Yikes Simple Taxonomy Ordering settings

(Yikes Simple Taxonomy Ordering settings)

Click the ‘Save Changes’ button when you’re done to update the plugin settings …

Save changes to update plugin settings

(Save changes to update plugin settings)

Now you can sort and reorder your categories using drag and drop …

Reorder post categories

(Reorder post categories)

You can do the same to sort and reorder your post tags …

Reorder post tags

(Reorder post tags)

Learn more about this plugin here: Yikes Simple Taxonomy Ordering

Another plugin you can use to sort categories and other taxonomies is Category Order And Taxonomy Terms Order.

Category Order And Taxonomy Terms Order

Category Order and Taxonomy Terms Order

(Category Order and Taxonomy Terms Order)

Category Order and Taxonomy Terms Order is a free plugin created by the same developers of the Post Types Order plugin.

After installing and activating the plugin, you can access the plugin’s settings by going to Settings > Taxonomy Terms Order

Settings > Taxonomy Terms Order

(Settings > Taxonomy Terms Order)

To use the plugin, go to Posts > Taxonomy Order and sort items using drag and drop, then save t update your settings …

Taxonomy Order screen

(Taxonomy Order screen)

The plugin developers also offer a premium version of this plugin with advanced features.

To learn more about this plugin, go here: Category Order and Taxonomy Terms Order

How To Reorder WooCommerce Products

If you use WooCommerce to sell products online, you can sort how your products display on the front end of your shopping pages using the plugin’s built-in drag and drop functionality.

If you have WooCommerce installed, go to your main admin menu and select WooCommerce > Products, then click on the Sorting tab …

WooCommerce Product Sorting Menu

(WooCommerce Product Sorting Menu)

You can now sort products using drag and drop …

Sort products in WooCommerce using drag and drop

(Sort products in WooCommerce using drag and drop)

You can also rearrange the order of your products when editing you product by clicking on the Advanced tab and entering a number into the Menu order field (e.g. 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, etc.)

WooCommerce product menu order

(WooCommerce product menu order)

Useful Tip

You can also use negative numbers to sort items (e.g. -1, -2, etc). This is useful if, for example, you have already sorted products and you want a product to didsplay above all others.

You can also change the default product sorting method on your shop’s front end catalog by going to your WordPress Customizer, selecting WooCommerce > Product Catalog, and choosing one of the Default product sorting options:

  • Default sorting (custom ordering + name)
  • Popularity (sales)
  • Average rating
  • Sort by most recent
  • Sort by price (asc)
  • Sort by price (desc)

WooCommerce default product sorting

(WooCommerce default product sorting)

For more details, see the WooCommerce plugin page here: WooCommerce

Congratulations! Now you know how to sort posts, custom post types, pages, categories, tags, WooCommerce products, and other taxonomies inside your WordPress site.

How To Reorder WordPress Posts, Pages, Categories, Tags & Custom Taxonomies

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