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Today we’re happy to announce the ninth Maintenance Release of 2017. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful improvements. To see all of the changes included this Maintenance Release, check out the changelogs for all updated plugins below: The Events Calendar 4.5.2…

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Image Widget Plus - a new WordPress plugin from Modern Tribe

Images bring websites to life, so it’s no surprise one of the common questions asked by new WordPress users is: How do I add an image to my sidebar? You can manually add images using HTML code, but many people prefer the more convenient option of using a simple, lightweight plugin to do the work…

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Today we’re happy to announce the eighth Maintenance Release of 2017. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful improvements. To see all of the changes included this Maintenance Release, check out the changelogs for all updated plugins below: The Events Calendar 4.5.1…

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We’ve been hard at work on Version 4.5 of The Events Calendar! A big change in this release (and going forward) is a more focused effort on specific plugins during each release. This has a couple key advantages: we can start shipping features more frequently, but with less impact across all the plugins and it…

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Today we’re happy to announce the seventh Maintenance Release of the 4.4 release cycle. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful improvements. To see all of the changes included this Maintenance Release, check out the changelogs for all updated plugins below: Events…

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Today we’re happy to announce the release of Event Tickets Plus 4.4.5 — this specifically addresses some compatibility issues that surfaced following the release of WooCommerce 3.0. Fix — Changes to support WooCommerce 3.0 Tweak — Raises the minimum supported version of WooCommerce to 2.2 Not Updated This Release The following plugins have not been…

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Today we’re happy to announce the fifth Maintenance Release of the 4.4 release cycle. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful improvements. To see all of the changes included this Maintenance Release, check out the changelogs for all updated plugins below: The…

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This past week, we crossed a new milestone for The Events Calendar – 500,000 active installs! As I was reviewing our stats on WordPress.org and thinking about our plugins in general, the number five kept showing up in different places: 5.5 million plugin downloads 5-star reviews – 1,155 5 widget shortcodes in Events Calendar PRO…

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Today we’re happy to announce the fourth Maintenance Release of the 4.4 release cycle. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful improvements. To see all of the changes included this Maintenance Release, check out the changelogs for all updated plugins below: The…

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Today we’re happy to announce the third Maintenance Release of the 4.4 release cycle. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful improvements. To see all of the changes included this Maintenance Release, check out the changelogs for all updated plugins below: The…

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Today we’re happy to announce the second Maintenance Release of the 4.4 release cycle. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful improvements. ⭐️ Notable Change: As noted in the Event Tickets Plus changelog below, this release of Event Tickets Plus introduces some…

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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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