Why does my calendar not display correctly when I use a shortcode?

Your calendar might display incorrectly, or output code instead of displaying the calendar, if you are also displaying a Google Map on your product page. The JavaScript added by Google Maps can cause conflicts with other JavaScript code including the FooEvents Calendar. In order to resolve this issue, you will need to remove the Google […]

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This is a Developer-level document. If you are unfamiliar with code/templates and resolving potential conflicts, please engage with a developer who is familiar with FooEvents and/or WooCommerce. Important, please read first These snippets are provided as a courtesy and do not form part of the FooEvents product offering. They are considered customizations and are not officially

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The shortcodes outlined below are included in the FooEvents Calendar plugin Navigate to the post or page where you would like to insert the calendar on your website. Type or paste the calendar shortcode in the main content text editor. Shortcode usage Basic calendar [fooevents_calendar] Change calendar start day [fooevents_calendar firstDay=”0″] 0 = Sunday, 1 = Monday

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Requires the FooEvents Calendar plugin The FooEvents Calendar plugin makes it possible to display your events in a stylish calendar on your WordPress website. Calendars can be displayed using simple shortcodes or widgets. Using the FooEvents Calendar plugin, you can convert any post, page or custom post type into an event and display it in a calendar

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