Websites with different purposes may need a calendar on the main page where any visitor can find out the date before the start of an event.
For example, for an online store this could be the beginning or end of a sale, for a multimedia website – the arrival of some expected content or information will have available for download. For a blog, this could be the countdown or the exact date a new post appears.
For any of these purposes, The Events Calendar PRO Nulled is suitable. Using the plugin you can create your own events (not one, but several times in a day, in a week, a month and the like).
The Events Calendar PRO plugin is not only easy to use, but also easy to set up – just download and install it in WordPress, then the plugin will be completely ready to go. In terms of compatibility, the plugin can work in most versions of WordPress, without interfering with the work of the most popular plugins, add-ons or themes.
⭐In addition, please refer to Bookly PRO – The No.1 Calendar Plugin For WordPress
Table of Contents
Features Events Calendar PRO – Events Calendar for WordPress
- Month View
- List View
- Day View
- Saved Content
- Keyword Search
- iCal & Gcal Export
- Events List Widget
- Premium Support Access
- Recurring Events
- Week View
- Photo View
- Map View
- Location Search
- Venue & Organizer View
- Advanced Widgets
- Additional Fields
Changelog The Events Calendar Pro Nulled Free
List of Addons Events Calendar PRO | The Events Calendar
- The Events Calendar Pro Virtual Events Addon v1.13.1
- The Events Calendar Pro Event Tickets Plus Addon v5.6.1
- The Events Calendar Pro Community Events Addon v4.10.1
- The Events Calendar Pro Community Tickets Addon v4.8.1
- The Events Calendar Pro Eventbrite Tickets Addon v4.6.12
- The Events Calendar Pro Filter Bar Addon v5.4.0
- The Events Calendar Shortcode And Templates Pro v2.9.4
Download The Events Calendar PRO v6.0.1 Nulled Free
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