What’s New

We’re constantly working to improve The Events Calendar. Check out what’s new and get the most from your online WordPress calendar.

If you use your WordPress site to manage events, chances are you also need a way to sell tickets or collect RSVPs. Luckily, it’s easy to set up your site to sell tickets and handle registration by using our free Event Tickets plugin or the premium Event Tickets Plus. But how do you know which…

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Big news for anybody running Event Tickets Plus on their WordPress site: for the first time, Event Tickets Plus officially supports shortcodes! Easily display tickets anywhere on your WordPress site, and an added bonus of the ability to display content based on whether a user has registered for the event or not. We really couldn’t…

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Have you seen WP Sandbox? It’s this handy service that spins up a hosted WordPress site as easily as those 1-click install options offered by some hosts. The difference is that there’s no host and no domain needed. We’re big fans and use it often here on the team. In fact, we’re such fans that…

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Hey folks! Like many of you, we’re keenly aware of everything that’s going on with COVID-19 and the uncertainty it’s causing. We’re also aware that it’s going to impact a lot of events, including many that are published to The Events Calendar on your website, as well as those that sell tickets with our Event…

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We recently shipped version 5.0 of  The Events Calendar and Events Calendar Pro. These new versions feature calendar views that have been redesigned from the ground-up, including the premium views available in Events Calendar Pro. This is a big change, so we’ve made the upgrade to views opt-in only. This means, at this time you…

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Late last year, we announced an update to Event Tickets Plus that changed the way attendees register for events when purchasing tickets. To replace the old in-page method of collecting attendees’ registration information, we introduced a new page where attendees could add ticket details before adding them to their cart. We even hinted at more…

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