Wicked Calendar Shortcodes
Wicked Calendar Pro comes with several shortcodes that allow you to embed calendars and other event functionality directly into your posts and pages. If you don’t know what a shortcode is or how to use them, visit this link to learn more about using shortcodes.
Pro Please note that this is a Wicked Calendar Pro feature. It is not available in the free version of Wicked Calendar.
[wicked-calendar] shortcode allows you to embed your calendar anywhere on your site. The following attributes may be used to alter the output of the shortcode:
|calendar||The ID of the calendar to display. Default: the default calendar|
|start-date||Controls the month (for month view) or day (for other views) that should be displayed by default. The date should be entered in the format YYYY-MM-DD. Default: today’s date|
|view||The view to display. This can be month, list, day, or timeline. Defaults to the view specified on the Display tab in your plugin’s settings.|
|categories||A comma-separated list of event category slugs that can be used to filter the events by category. Note that only event category slugs can be used (you can find a category’s slug on the Categories page under Events). Default: none|
|tags||A comma-separated list of event tag slugs that can be used to filter the events by tag. Note that only event tag slugs can be used (you can find a tag’s slug on the Tags page under Events). Default: none|
|events-per-page||This setting only applies to list, day and timeline views and controls the number of events displayed per page. Default: the events per page value entered on the Display tab of your plugin’s settings.|