The Events Cal Blog

Hey everyone! After we launched the 3.5 updates to our entire plugin suite last week, we had some reports from users of a few problems that slipped through our QA process. These were significant enough issues that we wanted to patch them now instead of wait for April’s maintenance build, so we just pushed out…

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March Updates from Modern Tribe on Vimeo. All releases are exciting, but this month’s is particularly so. We’re really excited to finally be releasing a fully responsive solution for Events Calendar users. There’s a quick preview in the video above, and some specifics following.  You’ll be happy to know that we are shipping responsive in…

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Hi folks: just a heads up that we’ve pushed out a WooCommerce Tickets 3.4.1 update, which is meant as a hotfix to address the incompatibilities with WooCommerce 2.1 detailed in this support thread. We also incorporated a handful of new translation files provided by community members while we’re at it. Specific changes: Compatibility fixes for…

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Have you ever wondered what happens when a bug is reported on our support forums? How quickly we respond? How do we decide if something needs to be fixed immediately, in the next scheduled release, or somewhere down the road? We thought we’d take just a few moments and let you behind the curtain to…

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One of the best features of Events Calendar Pro is Photo View. While Week View or Month View are best at communicating the time of the event and Map View emphasizes the location of the event, Photo View does a fantastic job of emphasizing the content of the event, bringing it to life and creating a…

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Universities are enormous organizations comprised of many moving parts. They’ve got different departments, programs, initiatives, colleges or schools, student organizations and clubs, etc. It’s a logistical headache just to think about all of the events going on at a University in a given month. Even those of us who went to a smaller University can…

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Hi Events Calendar fans! We’re looking for some bilingual people to update the translations for The Events Calendar and Events Calendar PRO. Some of the translations are getting out of date and there are bits of English showing through, and we’d like to get that fixed. And as always, translators will get a free license…

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Today marked the release of the latest plugin to join our tickets framework: Shopp Tickets! As you might expect by the name, Shopp Tickets harnesses the power of the Shopp e-commerce plugin to add frontend ticket sales to your events. Shopp, which just recently made it’s debut on the WordPress.org repo, is a killer plugin…

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Updated 12/16/2013: Thanks to everyone who expressed interest in participating! As of this morning, all 4 slots are filled up! Though we’re definitely getting into the holiday spirit around here and starting to wind down for the year, we’ve got one more goodie for your Christmas stocking: a usability test focused on The Events Calendar’s…

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There are some serious benefits of being a remote team of Freelancers. We aren’t tied to a desk, an office building, a rigid schedule or corporate bureaucracy. We are encouraged to live a balanced life between work and family, making sure we take the time to enjoy life! As a team that isn’t tied down…

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