The Events Cal Blog: Geoff

Summary Hotfix Release This release includes a stability fix for a fatal error. The error came from the Attendee Registration modal when calling the loading “dot” icons outside of the template context in older views. This is a “hotfix” release, meaning it includes a specific fix for an issue that could cause a broken experience.…

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Summary Maintenance Release This release includes improvements to the performance and stability of the plugin. This is a “maintenance” release, meaning it should be a super smooth update but, as always, please backup your site and database as you would with any other WordPress update. ✅ Fixed Quite a few things were fixed in this…

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Summary Maintenance Release This release includes improvements to the performance and stability of the plugin, plus a few new features we slipped in and hope you enjoy. This is a “maintenance” release, meaning it should be a super smooth update but, as always, please backup your site and database as you would with any other…

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Summary Maintenance Release This release includes improvements to the performance and stability of the plugin. This is a “maintenance” release, meaning it should be a super smooth update but, as always, please backup your site and database as you would with any other WordPress update. ℹ️ Changes An option has been added to the WordPress…

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Summary Hotfix Release This is the second follow-up to Event Tickets Plus 5.1 to address fatal errors related to the [tribe_events] shortcode. The fix in this release resolves an issue that would cause a fatal error on some sites when using the shortcode on a page or post. It also resolves PHP notices in debug…

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Summary Hotfix Release This is a quick follow-up to yesterday’s release that ensures Event Tickets 5.0.3 and above are required by Event Tickets Plus 5.1. The new requirements prevents a possible fatal error that could occur when Event Tickets Plus 5.1 is used with older versions of Event Tickets. This is a “hotfix” release, meaning…

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Summary Hotfix Release This is a quick follow-up to yesterday’s release that ensures Event Tickets 5.1 and above requires Event Tickets 5.0.3 and above. The new requirements prevents a possible fatal error that could occur when Event Tickets Plus 5.1 is used with older versions of Event Tickets. This is a “hotfix” release, meaning it…

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Summary Maintenance Release This minor release introduces a couple of minor tweaks. This is considered a maintenance release, meaning there are no breaking changes. That said, it’s always a good idea to make a backup of your site and database before installing the latest version of the plugin as you would do for any other…

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Summary Feature Release We’re introducing a new feature that allows you to collect attendee registration information on a per-ticket basis. This release also includes new optional views that make customizing ticket layouts easier than ever. This is a feature release, meaning there may be some slight breaking changes. Most changes have been made within the…

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Summary Maintenance Release This minor release introduces a couple of minor tweaks and template updates. This is considered a maintenance release, meaning there are no breaking changes. That said, it’s always a good idea to make a backup of your site and database before installing the latest version of the plugin as you would do…

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Summary Maintenance Release We’re introducing integration with the new feature in Event Tickets Plus 5.1.0 that allows you to collect attendee registration information on a per-ticket basis. This release also includes new optional views that make customizing ticket layouts easier than ever. This is considered a maintenance release, meaning there are no breaking changes. That…

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Some events are general admission. Some are virtual. And others require assigned seating. When it comes to selling tickets for an event where seat assignments matter, the topic is always going to turn to seating charts. Seating charts add a whole additional layer of planning to an event. In this post, we’ll walk through the…

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If you’re looking to give your event pages in WordPress an upgrade, this post is just for you. We’ve created some snazzy block patterns specifically for The Events Calendar! Download the free extension If you’re already using The Events Calendar, this free extension will add some block patterns for you to use. (And if you’re…

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Block patterns have the potential to make publishing content in WordPress easier and more flexible than ever. For example, let’s say you always find yourself adding the same two blocks to your posts. Perhaps it’s two side-by-side buttons. If you’ve done this before, then you know what it takes to make this happen: Add a…

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Summary Maintenance Release This release includes a couple of minor fixes that improve stability and our integration with WooCommerce. 📥 Installation We expect smooth sailing when updating since this is a minor update. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test in a development environment as you would with any…

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