Remember that we have created a number of events already in your website which you can edit to get up and running quickly. Use these tutorials if you wish to get a complete understanding of the Events Manager
Events Manager creates new content and functionality, which you’ll find in two main places::
Let’s take a look at both of these:
Events Manager creates four new pages. These are:
You can reassign these pages or disable them by navigation to Events > Settings and visiting the Pages tab.
The next section you will notice is the Events item added to your WordPress navigation. This is where you will create and manage your events, adjust your settings, and, if you’re a Pro user, add payment gateways and manage coupons.
Let’s take a brief look at the menu items:
Now that you know your way around the plugin, let’s create your first event.. Navigate to Events > Add Event.
Give your event a name.
Input the date and time of the event.
Add a location for your event. If your event is online, or doesn’t have a location, select the “The event does not have a physical location” box.
If you do have a physical location input the address. When you add your information a Google Map will automatically appear displaying the information.
Once you have used a location you can quickly add it by typing its name into the “Location name” field. You can adjust this behaviour at Settings > General Settings.
Decide whether you want to enable ticketing. If you do, select “enable registration for this event.
Your event is ready to go!