WPML and Frontend Filter of events

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    Hi, I have two questions…

    1) Is your plugin compatible with WPML?
    2) Is it possible to create a frontend filter, ie so visitors can filter by a custom field or taxonomy?



    #6211 Reply

    Hi Mark,

    Regarding WPML compatibility – I’ve not tested it, though I believe others who have has said there were difficulties with the venues (venues are a taxonomy, not a post type).

    Regarding front-end filters, yes (the event search shortcode, for instance, supports filtering by venue / city / country / state / category etc). Others could be added, but depending on what you’re after exactly, it may require some additional coding.

    Stephen Harris
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