The Events Cal Blog

With all of the thousands of WordPress themes out there, it would be difficult to test the compatibility of our calendar plugins against every single one of them. Instead of focusing on compatibility with a particular theme, we have built The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO, and our other premium add-ons using default WordPress as the baseline…

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It seems like it was just yesterday that we were celebrating 2 million downloads of The Events Calendar on WordPress.org. In just 6 short months, we’re already closing in on our next milestone – 3 MILLION downloads! Internally, our team has already started placing guesses on when we’ll hit the big 3 million download mark.…

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Last month our products leadership team gathered for their annual retreat. Supporting and maintaining The Events Calendar and our related suite of premium WordPress plugins is a tall order, so while the rest of us kept things running smoothly for the day-to-day, the partners behind Modern Tribe met with Zach, Neill, Matt, Geoff, and Rob to…

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So you want to connect with more WordPress people in your local area. Awesome! But where do you find local WordPress events to attend? We’ve got the skinny on resources to help you find local WordPress meetups, events, workshops, and conferences in your area. WordCamp Events WordCamps are an obvious choice for connecting with local…

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Hey there and happy Monday! We just released Events Calendar PRO 4.0.5 and wanted to let you know about it. It’s a minor update, but a significant one because it closes a potential loophole in the plugin’s security. We built Advanced Post Manager integration into Events Calendar PRO and the way we did that could…

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An early bird ticket pricing strategy is one of the most popular ways to promote ticket sales for events like conferences, workshops, and seminars. Despite their popularity, early bird ticket pricing strategies don’t always work out as planned. Some of the common problems we see are tickets not selling quick enough, tickets selling too quickly, and…

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Adding a new revenue model to your WordPress site doesn’t have to be difficult, especially if you’re already using our Community Tickets plugin. Besides giving you the ability to sell tickets online through your community calendar, Community Tickets enables you to introduce a revenue share between site owners and event organizers. Two Revenue Options: Percentage…

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When it comes to making your life easier as a WordPress web developer, browser extensions and tools are low hanging fruit. They’re generally easy to install, fairly user-friendly, and great at saving you time & headaches during the development process. Instead of trying to write an exhaustive list of all the browser tools and web developer…

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