The Events Cal Blog: Courtney

Hello, today’s update improves finding events created with The Events Calendar on Eventbrite. Specifically, it appeared that some of the events created in WordPress weren’t able to be found on Eventbrite.com when they were synced there. We definitely want to make sure events can be found both on your site and on Eventbrite, so we…

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Howdy folks! We made a few tweaks to Events Calendar Pro in this latest update. Specifically, you can now use multiple categories within the [tribe_events]shortcode. 🤩 ⚠️Heads up: if you are using The Events Calendar or Filter Bar, you’ll need to match versions. The Events Calendar 5.0.2, Events Calendar Pro 5.0.2, and Filter Bar 4.9.2…

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Howdy all! We’ve improved the Customizer experience in the WordPress Appearance settings, cleaned up permalinks, and corrected a datepicker issue. ⚠️Heads up: if you are using Events Calendar Pro and Filter Bar, you’ll need to match versions. The Events Calendar 5.0.2, Events Calendar Pro 5.0.2, and Filter Bar 4.9.2 work together. This is a minor…

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Hey friends! Today’s Filter Bar update clarifies the live refresh behavior and respects style settings. ⚠️Heads up: if you are using The Events Calendar or Events Calendar Pro, you’ll need to match versions. The Events Calendar 5.0.2, Events Calendar Pro 5.0.2, and Filter Bar 4.9.2 work together. This is a minor release that should be…

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Hey folks! Today’s release of Event Tickets 4.11.3.1 focuses on a couple of minor but useful fixes around the Get Tickets button and Attendee Registration conflicts with the Divi theme. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in…

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Hey folks! Today’s release of Event Tickets 4.11.3 focuses on several fixes and tweaks. For example, we’ve added support for ticket discounted pricing and have updated our Attendees List feature, along with other goodies. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and…

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Greetings! Community Events 4.6.7 is a small update correcting compatibility issues and settings for using the main calendar as the site homepage. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before installing this on your live site,…

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Howdy!  Today’s release of Event Tickets Plus 4.11.2 brings support for ticket sales pricing for WooCommerce users, fixing the default end-date for ticket sales, and plenty more. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before installing this…

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Hey folks! We’re releasing a quick update for you that’s available now. Some users discovered that tickets were increasing in increments of two instead of one when adding them to an order. We fixed that up and removed duplicate scripts in the process to prevent conflicts between Tribe Commerce and WooCommerce. This is a minor…

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So, we have this little app for Event Tickets Plus. Well, not a little app but it’s something we released last year to help ticket sellers like yourself check people in at the door for an event. We call it (creatively) Event Tickets Plus App. You may be able to guess what this handy app…

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Hey folks! We’ve got another important update for you this week. Today’s update focuses on WooCommerce compatibility and faster performance. In most cases, you will be able to take advantage of automated updates directly in WordPress, but if that’s unavailable for some reason, you can download the plugins from the downloads page in your account,…

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Hey Folks! Today’s speedy update restores publishing events with our Block Editor using WordPress 5.3. Users were reporting that events with tickets were not publishing. We’ve squashed those bugs. In most cases, you will be able to take advantage of automated updates directly in WordPress, but if that’s unavailable for some reason, you can download…

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