Version 0.9.9.2 of MF Gig Calendar is now available. The current version fixes a silly mistake I included in the previous version (thanks to Chris Meijer for catching that so quickly!). While I was tinkering I also enhanced the shortcode variables for customizing a list of events. I’ve also reworked the documentation just a bit to (hopefully) make it a little clearer to understand.

The current list of shortcode options…

You’ll find this same list in the “Documentation” section of the MF Gig Calendar plugin.

SELECT BY EVENT
[mfgigcal id=event_id] – display only one specific event

SELECT BY DATE
[mfgigcal date=YYYY-MM-DD] – (year-month-day) display events that are happening on a particular date

SELECT BY DATE RANGE
[mfgigcal range=START:END] – display event within a particular date range using these accepted date-range formats:

YYYY-MM-DD – (year-month-day) display specific dates
MM-DD – (month-day) – display specific dates in the current year
today – display specific dates in relation to the current date

EXAMPLE: [mfgigcal range=01-01:today] would show a year-to-date list of events

LIMIT AND OFFSET BY DATE
[mfgigcal days=#] – how many days of future events (including today) you want to display
[mfgigcal offset=#] – offset your list of upcoming events by a certain number of days

LIMIT AND OFFSET BY NUMBER OF EVENTS
[mfgigcal limit=#] – limit the number of events to display

OTHER SETTINGS
[mfgigcal sort=ASC|DESC] – set the order in which events are displayed – ascending (ASC) or descending (DESC) – default is ASC
[mfgigcal rss=true|false] – display the link for the RSS feed – default is false
[mfgigcal link=true|false] – make the event title link to a display of only the one event – default is true