News & Announcements

If you’ve been keeping up with our blog posts of late, you may have noticed an extra addition to our notes for last week’s maintenance release: WordPress 4.5 is now the minimum officially supported WordPress version for The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO, Event Tickets, Community Events, and GigPress. A minimum WordPress version of 4.4 or higher…

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We’re pleased to announce that The Events Calendar 4.5.10.1 is now available, resolving a set of user interface breakages (for some of our users datepickers and other selectors were not functioning correctly). Automated updates via your WordPress dashboard should be available now and you can also download the latest release directly. Thank you for your…

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We’ve freshened up Filter Bar in version 4.5! In this release, we have focused our efforts displaying multiple filters selected to the user, showing better relationships between child categories, and some design improvements. Changelogs for Filter Bar Ready to explore the details of this release? On to the changelogs! Fix — added class to checkbox…

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We’re excited to announce the addition of Buy Now buttons for Event Tickets Plus. The Buy Now button is visible in list-style views, making it even easier for people to purchase tickets to your event. Purchasing Tickets Made Easier Visitors can simply click on the Buy Now button when viewing your upcoming events list and…

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Most users of our Event Tickets Plus sell tickets via our integration with either WooCommerce or Easy Digital Downloads, two of the WordPress world’s leading ecommerce engines. Historically, Event Tickets Plus has also offered support for Shopp and WP E-Commerce. However, at this point only a very small number of our users continue to work these plugins.…

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Image Widget Plus - a new WordPress plugin from Modern Tribe

Images bring websites to life, so it’s no surprise one of the common questions asked by new WordPress users is: How do I add an image to my sidebar? You can manually add images using HTML code, but many people prefer the more convenient option of using a simple, lightweight plugin to do the work…

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Extensibility is a key feature of The Events Calendar and Events Calendar PRO. That’s why we’re excited to announce event data is now accessible through the WordPress REST API. Update: Version 4.6 of The Events Calendar introduces full REST API support. See our guide: Introduction to The Events Calendar REST API Version 4.5 of The…

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Today we crossed into new territory with The Events Calendar – over one thousand 5-star reviews. Our reputation is something we work hard to maintain. That’s why our support team carves out dedicated time each week to answer questions on the WordPress.org support forums, review new feature suggestions on User Voice, and respond to every user…

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