The Events Cal Blog

According to our 2015 survey, over 10% of The Events Calendar users run a website in a language besides English. We’ve always tried to make our products useful and accessible for international users, and we recently made an exciting new change to support that goal. All of our language files are now managed with GlotPress, making…

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Good afternoon, friends and foes alike (but hopefully mostly friends)! We’re gearing up to release version 3.11 of The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO + all add-ons. As of earlier today, Release Candidate versions of the entire plugin suite are available here on TheEventsCalendar.com. We got good feedback after our first attempt at sharing Release…

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Good afternoon, folks! As we wind down another Thursday, I wanted to share an update on a release we just pushed: Eventbrite Tickets 3.10.2 is officially live and ready for public consumption. Though only changing one line of code, this release addresses a potential XSS vulnerability impacting the Event Import page, which was brought to our attention earlier today…

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Good afternoon! It’s been just about two weeks since we launched the major 3.10 updates to The Events Calendar + all add-ons. We’ve been thrilled at all the positive feedback received from the community during this period about the new releases, and are already hard at work on 3.11. I know what you’re thinking…but don’t worry! You…

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Howdy everyone! We just released a small, but important update to Eventbrite Tickets that you should definitely know about. The latest release — Eventbrite Tickets 3.10.1 — includes a significant update that addresses a recent change to the Eventbrite API. Why is this important for you? The existing Eventbrite API used by Eventbrite Tickets has been…

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Last week I had the pleasure of attending the Write the Docs conference in Portland, Oregon. This unique event gathers together people who are passionate about documentation for two days of speakers, discussions, and learning. I’d heard great things about Write the Docs and was excited to attend and soak up some knowledge. I’m lucky…

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Happy Thursday, folks! We’re continuing to release updates to Eventbrite Tickets following the API switchover that took place in last month’s version 3.9.3. We’ve received some great feedback from the community regarding the new API and have had a few bugs reported to us as a result. The latest release – Eventbrite Tickets 3.9.6 –…

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Hey again folks! As you may have seen, we recently overhauled our Eventbrite Tickets plugin to use the latest and greatest API offered from Eventbrite; as a result, a substantial amount of underlying architecture in the plugin changed when we shipped 3.9.3 at the end of April. After reports of some conflicts with earlier builds…

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