JEvents uses the normal Joomla WYSIWYG Editors and which allow you to upload images to your event descriptions in exactly the same way as you upload images to your Joomla articles.
This is core functionality of the free version of JEvents and doesn't require any club memberships. Please follow up in the support forum at www.jevents.net/forum
I am sorry you couldn't get it working. I am always available for questions (or try to be as I am providing this extension for free and on my free time).
I guess you missed the manual that is available for download and you can also ask in the forum. There is also a working sample of a YouTube video on the "advanced" page (if one bother to look).
Next time take your time to find the manual and at least ask for help before posting a one star review!
we are sorry to hear that you are not satisfied with CKEditor. From your description it is quite difficult to understand what could possibly have gone wrong, so it would be great if you could use the tracker (see http://joomlacode.org/gf/project/ckeditor/tracker/) to file a detailed bug report.
If you give us more details about your setup, explain the problem, and paste some code samples ("before" and "after" the change), our developers will be able to investigate. Without this information it really is difficult to find the reason for unexpected CKEditor behavior.
Dear Tim, Thank you for the 4 stars. There is a setting called ‘Auto Format Source’. If you turn it on it will keep your line breaks upon saving. Hope that helps.
Thank you for the comment.
Please just disable jQuery load in module settings to avoid conflicts. Or just contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org - and we will be happy to assist.