The Events Cal Blog: Geoff

Little Known Tricks for Event Tickets

Event Tickets is our WordPress plugin for creating and selling tickets in WordPress. It’s designed to make it as easy as possible to add tickets to any page, post, or custom post type while seamlessly integrating with The Events Calendar. Click to create a ticket, fill in some pricing details and— blammo 💥— you’ve got…

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A WordPress theme is the front-facing part of a WordPress website, and for years, we’ve used themes as the exclusive way to display the content that we create in WordPress. But more recently, you may have heard the term “headless WordPress” thrown around. It’s an odd thing to say out loud. But the concept is…

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I remember the first time I opened up a WordPress theme file. I didn’t understand a lick of PHP, and my eyes glazed over the code. To be honest, I was horrified and nearly abandoned learning PHP and how to theme for WordPress. You see, I’m a designer and programming is not my strong suit.…

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Summary Feature Release Big deal! You can now manually add and edit attendees directly from the Attendees Report screen, even assigning them specific tickets and RSVPs, and editing custom registration field information. As with any WordPress update, you’ll want to take care when installing this latest release. Be sure to backup your database and files…

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Summary Feature Release There’s now a way to work programmatically with event attendees and ticket orders. This opens up a slew of new possibilities, like adding and updating event attendees, or fetching orders — from any Event Tickets and Event Tickets Plus e-commerce provider — with a simple function. As with any WordPress update, you’ll…

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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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