The Events Cal Blog

It may be the most ubiquitous marketing cliché of all time, but it’s still true: Content is king. That’s especially true on your WordPress site, where your content deserves the royal treatment. That means it’s a good idea to regularly content audit  throughout the site. Cohesive content (or a lack thereof) can make or break…

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Good day, we just pushed updates for The Events Calendar, Event Tickets, Community Events, and Community Tickets. We’re thrilled to get the latest versions in your hands because we’ve added a bunch of new shortcodes for Community Events and Community Tickets. This is exciting news because the shortcodes extend the forms and pages of the…

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We’ve been busy bees since we launched Promoter earlier this year. In case you’re catching up, Promoter is a new communication solution for events and the people who run them (hey, that’s you!). With Promoter, you can connect with your community via email through every stage of your event, bolster event attendance, and manage notifications…

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We’re pleased to announce that The Events Calendar 4.9.3.1 is now available. In most cases, you will be able to take advantage of automated updates, but if those are unavailable for any reason you can download the plugins from your downloads page then update manually. The Events Calendar 4.9.3.1 Fix – Remove caching of rewrite…

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We have a couple of quick updates to The Events Calendar and Events Calendar PRO in our latest maintenance release — including a fix to ensure that correct navigation links are displayed in List View. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful…

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We’re happy to announce several improvements to Event Tickets and Event Tickets Plus in our latest maintenance release. The biggest change you’ll notice is that we’ve cleaned up the block editor options by limiting to only one RSVP and/or Ticket block per post. And, if things feel a bit snappier when you’re creating new events,…

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Today’s Maintenance Release is focused on Event Tickets and Event Tickets Plus. We’ve added several tooltips to the attendee reports in the admin to help explain how Event Tickets calculates availability. You’ll also find that a previous issue that prevented users from submitting the attendee registration form when it was embedded on a page using…

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