The Events Cal Blog

Today I want to share with you a really, really cool implementation of Events Calendar PRO. If you check out Great Maine Outdoor Weekend, you’ll see exactly what I’m talking about. They’ve got about 30 events per day happening this weekend! That’s a crazy amount of cool stuff to go outside and do, and in…

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Today I’m happy to bring you a video interview with one of our own: Kyle Unzicker. Kyle is a cool dude who does good work. So we thought, ‘Let’s put the spotlight on him and let you all get to know him a little bit better.’ So, here’s my interview with Kyle: A big thanks…

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Between our upcoming price increase and the impending release of The Events Calendar 3.0, we’ve had some confusion about what the purchase of a license gets you. All of our plugins are sold with a one-year license. That means that for one year from the date of purchase, you have access to plugin downloads, new version…

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Our plugin pricing model has remained unchanged for the duration of the 2.x lifecycle. Once 3.0 comes out, though, prices will be going up. We wanted to put this post out in the interest of transparency: so the community is aware of what we’re planning and why, and so they have time to buy at…

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I hope you’ve been enjoying my The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO 3.0 preview posts. If you haven’t checked out our 3.0 preview page or the preview videos so far, they’re listed below and should give you a nice feel of what to expect in terms of new views and settings: I. Week View (April 1, 2013)…

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We’re getting closer to kicking off our “week of 1000” translations, in which we’ll be focused exclusively on securing translations for The Events Calendar 3.0, Events Calendar PRO 3.0 and each of the corresponding add-ons that will be released alongside them. This week has officially been scheduled as May 20-27, 2013. The code will be…

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Rob La Gatta has an excellent piece up on Code Poet today that walks through the birth of our support system here at Modern Tribe. It’s a great read. Like Thomas Kinkade and Pablo Picasso before him, success in art is defined by crafting an approach that best connects with your patrons. The most beautiful…

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We’ve been wondering about what our users are up to and realized, we have a lot of assumptions, but need to see if we are correct. You deserve to have us know rather than guess. If you happen to be having a good day and want to share your story, we’d super duper appreciate it.…

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