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Hello Do you have a working demo? I’ve tried to create a post from the calendar and I cannot the bottom of the form http://i1296.photobucket.com/albums/ag20/flishO/aha/uploads/Screenshot-1_zps7d11c82e.png

Nyxpoint

Hi,

you can find a demo here:

http://nyxpoint.com/nyx-pro-scheduler-demo/wp-admin/

Username: demo / Password: demo

I think there is a problem with the popup height – we will fix this and release an update tomorrow.

Thanks.

katiee1 Purchased

I’m having the same issue, and using the new google interface. I did everything exactly as you did i the video, and created a new project too as you had mentioned. any suggested? I get this error 401. That’s an error.

Error: invalid_client

no application name

Nyxpoint

Hi,

You need to set an application name for your google API project. In the google console (the new one) you can go to your project > APIs & auth > Consent screen and fill in the Product Name field.

If you are still having issues please drop a reply here.

Thank you.

Hello, I own a dance studio offering ballet, jazz and tap classes for beginning, intermediate and advanced dancers. The various classes take place M-F and on Saturday; i.e., Beginner Ballet, Monday at 7p, Advanced Tap, Monday at 8p, Intermediate Jazz, Saturday at 10a, etc. Typically students will sign-up for a class and then continue taking it from week-to-week throughout the summer and/or fall season. I would like students to be able to sign-up for classes in their particular area of study via a calendar-style interface on my website, which will integrate with my Plug’n Pay account, and continue to bill them automatically on a monthly basis. In addition to monthly tuition, I charge a one-time registration fee for new students when they initially sign-up for classes, and require students to agree to our studio terms and conditions during their initial registration process as well. As I mentioned, I currently use Plug’n Pay to handle my credit card transactions, which I currently process manually each month; however, I would be willing to switch to PayPal if you do not offer support for Plug’n Pay. // Will your plugin handle the aforementioned scheduling, automatic recurring transactions, one-time registration fees, and terms and conditions acceptance functions that I require? Thank you.

Nyxpoint

Hi,

I’m afraid this plugin does not offer all this features; you might need a custom solution, or a combination between multiple plugins.

Thanks, Nyxpoint

Maug2B Purchased

Hello, great plugin! I wonder if it works with Wordpress 4 and supports the inclusion of shortcodes (like forms, google maps, etc) in the wysiwyg editor in the calendar like as the default editor in Wordpress?

Nyxpoint

Hi,

the plugin works with Wordpress 4; it also includes a shortcode generator that you can use to include shortcodes in your editor (for pages, articles, custom posts, etc.).

Thanks, Ovidiu

Maug2B
Maug2B Purchased

Thanks for the reply, bought here.

Nyxpoint

Great, thanks!

Please let me know if have any questions/problems.

hi! is it possible to display the schedule on the frontend as well?

thanks!

Nyxpoint

Hi,

you can embed the scheduler everywhere on the frontend using shortcodes (the plugin includes a shortcode generator).

Thanks.

Hello, just a quick pre-sales question: I have one home page for Sundays, and another home page for the rest of the week. Can I use Nyx PRO to schedule them? Not to hide parts of the text inside a shortcode, but to schedule two different versions of the home page.

Thanks,

Daniel

Nyxpoint

Hi Daniel,

I’m afraid the plugin does not offer this kind of functionality.

Thanks.

Hi,

Quick Presales question:

I am using the Appthemes Vantage Theme (http://demos.appthemes.com/?theme=vantage) to create Events. Can I use this plugin to pull those events to the Calendar? They are really just Custom Posts.

Thanks.

Hi there,

Is it possible to see a live published demo of a calendar?

Thanks, Igor

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