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WooCommerce is one of the most popular e-commerce platforms in the world. And while the core plugin provides stellar functionality, you can add even more oomph to your site by enhancing it with extensions and add-ons. Out of more than 290 official extensions in their library, we’ve narrowed down the top four to help event…

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Access to the internet is often described as a basic human right. In an ideal world, persons of all abilities, languages, incomes, locations, and ages will be able to comfortably use the Web and all it has to offer. “Accessibility” is the term used to describe this project of making websites more inclusive—a big project, to…

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Deleting old events can be a cumbersome process, especially for online calendars that host hundreds or thousands of events. But it shouldn’t be, so that’s why we added new admin settings to make your life a whole lot easier. Why Delete Old Events? Although The Events Calendar is designed to handle both very high traffic…

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Going Gutenberg: Chapter V

Going Gutenberg is an ongoing series about our process of integrating our products with the WordPress block editor. View all chapters in the series here, and be sure to follow us on Facebook or Twitter to never miss an update. In Going Gutenberg: Chapter IV we talked about thinking of blocks as having distinct “preview”…

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What are UTM parameters? UTM parameters are custom tags which can be embedded in your event URL. Their goal? To help you track where your page visitors are coming from with more specificity. UTM parameters send information about a user’s digital journey back to your Google Analytics dashboard. By using a specific, recognizable tag in…

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Going Gutenberg is an ongoing series about our process of integrating our products with the WordPress block editor. View all chapters in the series here, and be sure to follow us on Facebook or Twitter to never miss an update. In Chapter III of the Going Gutenberg series, we announced the release of Events Gutenberg,…

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A church’s business is to inspire, so it’s critical for a church website to have an inspiring design. Church websites without inspirational designs fail to excite their visitors, and often struggle to communicate key information to their congregation. The churches we’ve selected below, have given their websites a fresh and lively feel by mobilizing key…

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sell more event tickets

You want to sell event tickets, right? Selling more of your event tickets means more money in your pocket, and more customers interacting with your brand in real life. If you’re looking for the easy way to increase your ticket sales, we’ve got a few quick tips for you. 1. Make your event easy to…

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A strong brand reinforces who you are, and often dictates how you’re perceived. Branding your business has the power to make you more likeable, and should be well-suited to the target audience you’re trying to reach. We can’t tell you what your brand should be, of course. But we can help you present the events…

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anatomy of event page

You want your website to make a great impression on your audience. You’ve spent hours designing a stunning site that’s unique and true to your brand, and now you need your event pages to match. With a few key features and best practices in mind, you can give your event page the power to convince…

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Going Gutenberg is an ongoing series about our process of integrating our products with the WordPress block editor. View all chapters in the series here, and be sure to follow us on Facebook or Twitter to never miss an update. We’re excited to announce the release of an official extension for The Events Calendar called…

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Gutenberg Chapter 2

Going Gutenberg is an ongoing series about our process of integrating our products with the WordPress block editor. View all chapters in the series here, and be sure to follow us on Facebook or Twitter to never miss an update. In Chapter I of the Going Gutenberg blog series, we examined how the introduction of…

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Gutenberg Chapter 1

Going Gutenberg is an ongoing series about our process of integrating our products with the WordPress block editor. View all chapters in the series here, and be sure to follow us on Facebook or Twitter to never miss an update. We’ve made significant rewrites and refactors of our products over the years, but adapting our…

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