Each event property list here can be called within the Event Display format controls.  Properties can be wrapped in a double {{property}} or a triple {{{property}}}.  The double brackets return all of the HTML code made safe, while triple brackets allow HTML to be inserted and active in the display. The case of a property if IMPORTANT.

Event Properties

title

The title of the event.

startDate

The start date of the event.  To format the start date, the system uses one or two formats, the date format and the time format.  The date format can be the date and time, or just the date. the time format is the time of the event only.  These formats are applied automatically by the event output, and are set in the administrator console for the module.  With the exception of the raw formats, all date/time properties can be formated as defined at http://php.net/manual/en/function.date.php

endDate

The end date of the event.  Format is the same as the start date.

startRaw & endRaw

These date are the same as {{startDate}} and {{endDate}} respectively, but they are ALWAYS formated as 'YmdHis'  i.e.  20150116235802

startTime

The start time of the event, separated from the start date. Format is limited to the time format described in the start date property.

endTime

The end time of the event.  Format is the same as the start time.

eventDate

The start and the end date time of an event.  Using this field will attempt to joint the event {{startDate}} and the event {{endDate}} ({{startTime}} and {{endTime}} are not used, so the {{startDate}} and {{endDate}} settings must refer to any time display required) and will remove commonalities from the {{endDate}} before using the {{eventDateJoin}} to join the {{startDate}} and the {{endDate}} into a single {{eventDate}}.

eventTime

Uses the {{startTime}}, {{endTime}} and the {{eventDateJoin}} to create a time description of the event (start to end.)

eventDateJoin

Set in the administrator console, this is used to join the {{startDate}} and the {{endDate}} to create the {{eventDate}}.

day

Will display the day in the format as set in the administrator console.

description

The description of the event.

location

The location at which the event is to be held.  To link correctly with Google Maps, you MUST supply a valid address.  'My Place' just does not cut it.

EID

The Event ID is used to link to this particular event and should be used when calling any display of a particular event.

attachments

The attachments for the event. Each attachment has sub properties.  An additional property {{hasattachments}} is also set if the event has attachments.  The two sub properties are:

url

The url of the attachment.

link

The link for the attachment.

gcid

The internal Google Calendar ID

gcname

The name of the Google Calendar, set in the administrator console of the component.

gccolour

The colour assigned to the calendar to which this event belongs.

timezone

The time zone of the event.

{{gcurl}}

The URL of the Google Calendar for this event.

maplink

A link to Google Maps.  It is up to you to enter the full and correct data for the event address into the calendar, otherwsie this link will not be effective.

copyGoogleUrl

This url is used to copy the event to a Google calendar.

copyOutlookUrl

This url is used to copy the event to an Outlook calendar.

backlink

This is the detail to generate a view of the individual event.

Event Management Properties

header

The header value display by the module. Set in the administrator console of the module.

eventLabel

Set in the language files, the event label can then be displayed for each event.

calendarLinkLabel

Set in the language files, the calendar link label can then be displayed to highlight the calendar link..

calendarNameLabel

Set in the language, the calendar name label can then be displayed to highlight the calendar name.

titleLabel

Set in the language, the title label can then be displayed to highlight the event title.

dateLabel

Set in the language, the date label can then be displayed to highlight the event date.

locationLabel

Set in the language, the location label can then be displayed to highlight the event location.

attachmentLabel

Set in the language, the attachment label can then be displayed to highlight the event attachments.

copyLabel

Set in the language, the copy label can then be displayed to highlight the event copy links.

copyGoogleLabel

Set in the language, the copy Google label can then be displayed to highlight the event link to copy to Google Calendar.

copyOutlookLabel

Set in the language, the copy Outlook label can then be displayed to highlight the event link to copy to Outlook Calendar.

emptyText

Set in the language, the empty text label can then be displayed when no events are found to display.

weekHeader

This is used in the week display only, and is used to create the header for the week display.  See the Week Display for further details.

monthHeader

This is used in the month display only, and is used to create the header for the month display.  See the Month Display for further details.

daytype

This is used in the month display and will be allocated the following details.

lastmonth - the date of the event is last month;

thismonth - the date of the event is this month.

nextmonth - the date of the event is next month.

pageurl

This is the current page that is being displayed by Joomla.