Bloggers, and content contributors in general, don’t always realize that there is a benefit in showing posts on a map (when the content is relevant for geolocation). It gives visual geographic information and can relate posts to each other thanks to their proximity.
As I see the number of plugins in the repository reaching the incredible number of 30000, I am wondering if this apparent success is a blessing or a curse for WordPress users and developers.
From time to time, the question arises of how to create a batch of locations in Events Manager. Let’s see how we can create locations in Events Manager using WP Ultimate CSV Importer
I just had this problem … you may find the solving process useful
If you want to display important dates on your site, possibly accept enrolments and even sell tickets, there are plenty of plugins in the WordPress repository to help. At first glance, I have found 24.
In this article we saw that there was a CSS conflict between PageLines DMS console and Events Manager plugin. There is a way around it
I was intrigued by this thread showing that PageLines DMS console did not look the same on a page with events from Events Manager. I had a look to know who was guilty in this CSS conflict … in my opinion, it’s Event Manager.
Ajax Event Calendar is a popular plugin that starts lacking support. Some users complained that it was incompatible with the very successful PageLines theme. I am quite happy to contribute to the plugin and share the solution …
Another title for this post could be: how can I make the placeholder #_TAGNOTES show my tag description ? …
You will have surprises if you try to show a Google Map that has been created in a hidden div. There is a way around that …