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How to Set Start and End Dates for a WordPress Event?

Quick Overview

  1. EventPrime Menus > Events
  2. Events > Events Settings > Date & Time
  3. Under Date & Time, you’ll see fields to set the start date and time.

WordPress has become a go-to platform for website development, and its versatility extends to managing Events. If you are looking to organize an Event through your WordPress site, setting dates and times is a crucial step. In this article, we’ll guide you through the process using EventPrime, ensuring your Events are well-organized and user-friendly.

Accessing EventPrime and Navigating to Events

To get started, go to WordPress Dashboard and locate the EventPrime menu in left-hand side admin panel bar. Click on Events to access the list of your scheduled Events.

EventPrime Menu
EventPrime Menu

Choosing and Accessing a Specific Event

Scroll through the list and click on the Event for which you want to set dates and times.

EventPrime > Events
EventPrime > Events

Accessing Event Settings

Inside the Event Settings, look for the Date & Time tab. Click on it to proceed. Here, you’ll see fields to set the Start Date and Time, as well as the End Date and Time for your Event.

Event Settings > Date & Time
Event Settings > Date & Time

Once you’ve configured the date and time settings, scroll down and hit the Update button.


Setting dates and times for your WordPress Events using EventPrime is a straightforward process that significantly enhances your Event management capabilities. The user-friendly interface and additional features make EventPrime a valuable tool for any Event organizer. Take the time to configure your Event details accurately, and you’ll create good experience for both organizers and attendees.

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