[EventCalendar] Returning current view in calendar

Alex Tingle alex at firetree.net
Mon Apr 9 21:05:56 UTC 2007


Hi Jay,

Look at function ec3_filter_posts_where() in eventcalendar3.php. There
is a global object called $ec3 - all of the parameters are member
variables.

You might also need to look at the WP global $wp_query.

-Alex

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On Mon, 9 Apr 2007 09:38:31 -0500
"Jay Packer" <toxostoma at hotmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, I'm trying to implement the event calendar in Wordpress which I'm using
> as a CMS (not just a standard blog). 
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> I'm trying to figure out how to write a little PHP code that can tell me
> where I am (what dates I'm viewing) within the calendar.
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> In pseudocode, I'm essentially wanting to do this:
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> if (we're looking at an entire month) {
> 
>             print 'Calendar - Events in April 2007'
> 
> } else if (we're looking at a specific day) {
> 
>             print 'Calendar - Events on April 3, 2007
> 
> } else {
> 
>             print 'Calendar - Upcoming Events
> 
> }
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> There are probably other things I'll want to do with this besides just
> printing out the date, but first I've got to know how to figure out where I
> am. I thought about analyze the query string that gets pass through to the
> calendar, but it didn't seem to be consistent and I wasn't sure about the
> best way to achieve this.
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> 
> Can anyone provide any insight?
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> 
> Thanks.
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> Jay
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