We are creating a community site where individual organizations can purchase a website and we share our information, setup, template and calendar with them using WordPress’ multi-site functionality. Does each individual multisite require a license?
Can each multisite feed information into a single main calendar, but each calendar only display events from a specific category?
Are there any discounts?
Hello Alan, yes we have non-profit licenses. Can you email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get you set up?
About the Multisite capabilities, the only thing I could direct you on is to check out our Themer’s guide. It will definitely take some coding work: http://tri.be/support/documentation/events-calendar-themers-guide/
Hopefully that will give you an idea of the direction you’ll need to take to get that going.
If not, let me know.
Thank you for your response, we’ve been comparing this to other calendar programs and so far this is far and away the best. One last question before we purchase, do you need a pro license for each multi-site or do you only require one license per multi-site network?
As it stands, the multisite licensing is still in the works so realistically you should be fine using a single license on your network – but if you email pro at tri.be, we can give you details about that and how it’ll function upon release.
Basically the sub-calendar will work fine on an MU install, but we’re unfortunately not yet at a stage where all of those can aggregate on the higher top-level category.
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