Events Grid View with Taxonomy Filter (requires add-on)
On this page we have added the Events Grid View add-on for Calendarize it! It is a responsive grid gallery that uses Masonry for grid and 3D transforms for navigating the items. You can create cool looking grid view for your events.
You can insert the Event Grid View using all the default values set in the Options menu with the following shortcode.
You can overwrite any of the default values set in the Options menu by adding any of the following attributes.
grid_delta: This attribute specifies how many days worth of events to bring per ajax load. Adjust this depending on how dense events are on your site. Sites with a lot of events will use a lesser value to avoid long load time.
grid_animonscroll: This attributes set the animation type. Choose between 8 different. (effect-1, effect-2, effect-3, effect-4, effect-5, effect-6, effect-7, effect-8)
grid_autoload: This attribute takes the values “0” or “1”. Add “1” if you want to automatically load more events as you scroll to the bottom of the page. Add “0” if you do not want to automatically load additional events as you scroll.
grid_enableslideshow: This attribute takes the values “0” or “1”. Add the value “0” if you want to disable loading the slideshow feature when clicking an item in the Event Grid View.
grid_nolink: This attribute takes the values “0” or “1”. Add the value “0” to disable the link to the Event Details Page.
grid_link_target: This attribute takes the values “_self” or “_blank”. It allows you to set the target of the Event Details Page.
grid_classes: You can hide individual elements by adding one or multiple of the following values: hide_grid_title hide_grid_description hide_grid_gridviewbox hide_grid_image hide_slide_title hide_slide_description hide_slide_gridviewbox hide_slide_image
btn_tax_calendar: This attribute adds the Calendar drop-down button from the Taxonomy Filter add-on. The values depend on the Taxonomies you have created.
In the example below, we have used the following shortcode. If you want to filter on a specific Taxonomy and Term you can also add the attributes below.
taxonomy: This attribute takes the slug name of the Taxonomy you want to filter on.
terms: This attribute takes the slug name of the Term.