The Events Cal Blog: Geoff

OK, so you were told that WordPress would be great for your website. You did your research, followed the famous five-minute installation instructions, and got a site spun up pretty darn fast. The problem is that you’re not in love with the way the default Twenty Nineteen theme looks. I mean, it’s pretty, but not…

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Ginger and Baker is not your typical restaurant. Or cafe. Or kitchen. Or bakery. It’s all of those packed together in an historic building just north of Downtown Fort Collins in Colorado that owner Ginger Graham remodeled into the operation it is today. With so much activity, Ginger and Baker relies on an online calendar…

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If you’ve got a search engine optimization (SEO) strategy for your website, chances are you’re already deploying it in the usual places: your home page, your blog posts, your image alt text and metadata, your video descriptions, etc. But what about SEO in your events calendar? Your calendar is an extension of your website. That…

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This is a quick update to the update (is that meta enough?!) we released moments ago. We discovered a breaking change in The Events Calendar 4.4.1 that caused a WordPress fatal error when custom stylesheets were being used with The Events Calendar. For those who may not be familiar with the concept, The Events Calendar allows…

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We’re kicking the tires on The Events Calendar 4.3, which includes updates to our entire suite of calendar and ticketing plugins. If you’ve been following along, we’ve been shipping a series of maintenance releases for Version 4.2 and, while squashing bugs can be fun, we’re really, really excited about what;s coming up in 4.3 and…

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