calender, use of plugins, unique domain
Hello – trying to use a calender plugin with my wordpress blog for our restaurant website. i understand that I cannot use plugins with a wordpress hosted site, but my question is, am I able to install plugins if the blog is hosted under a domain separate from wordpress? That is, if I use my yahoo domain to host the blog, am I then able to install plugins?
Would love if a calender other than google calender were available for embed/use as the google calender doesn’t work with the site on mobile devices (I am sure this isn’t the first time you’ve heard this).
The blog I need help with is rdt813.wordpress.com.
You can’t use plugins on any WordPress.com blog regardless of upgrades unless you’re in the $30,000 VIP program.
You can use the eventbrite widget or theme; try that and see if it works for you.
Oh that’s too bad. – will try eventbrite widget. Is it possible to use a widget on a page instead of the sidebar?
I am pretty much married to the confit theme for design/function reasons.
Eventbrite is not what I am looking for. What I need is a calender to display/embed on a page on which I can list upcoming events, performances, specials, etc.
I had thought I found this with the google calender embed, but that does not display properly when the site is viewed on a mobile device.
It seems that the web is full of wp users with the same problem…
You can hand-code a table in HTML, but as far as I’m aware that’s your only other option right now. You can make a table template, save it as a draft, and just copy it. Actually make two: one with 30 days and one with 31.
What about Feb.? 28 and 29? :)
Sorry @RC – have a nice evening
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