Plugin: Community Events
Submits an HTTP POST to a reCAPTCHA server
Encodes the given data into a query string format
Calls an HTTP POST function to verify if the user’s guess was correct
gets a URL where the user can sign up for reCAPTCHA. If your application has a configuration page where you enter a key, you should provide a link using this function.
Instantiate class and get the party started!
Shows message if the plugin can’t load due to TEC not being installed.
Return URL for adding a new event.
Return URL for deleting an event.
Return URL for editing an event.
Echo the community events form content editor
Echo the community events form currency symbol
Return form select fields for event end time.
Echo the community events form image delete button
Echo the community events form image preview
Return form select fields for event start time.
Echo the community events form title field
Return the event end date on the Community Events submission form with a default of today.
Get the error or notice messages for a given form result.
Return Organizer Description
Return the event start date on the Community Events submission form with a default of today.
Return Venue Description
Return true if event is an all day event.
Whether an event is one submitted via the community event submission or not.
Test to see if this is the Organizer edit screen
Test to see if this is the Venue edit screen
Events Lists Menu Items
Return URL for listing events.
Get the logout URL
Echo Organizer edit form contents
Echo Organizer select menu
Buttons for toggling future or past events
Indicates if single geography mode is enabled (this typically implies there is no need for country, state/province or timezone options).
Determines if the current time format is 24hrs or not.
Test if the current user can edit posts
Echo Venue edit form contents
Echo Venue select menu
Event Website URL
Tests if the current page is the Edit Event page
Tests if the current page is the My Events page