Release Notes

Hey Folks! Today’s speedy update restores publishing events with our Block Editor using WordPress 5.3. Users were reporting that events with tickets were not publishing. We’ve squashed those bugs. In most cases, you will be able to take advantage of automated updates directly in WordPress, but if that’s unavailable for some reason, you can download…

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Hey Folks! Today’s update brings some improvements to notifications in Event Tickets. We’re also enhancing how Event Tickets Plus integrates with our free plugin for filtering posts in WordPress, Advanced Post Manager. This will help administrators quickly see the correct ticket counts from the back end of the site. As a reminder, maintenance releases are smaller updates…

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Halò! We’ve polished up Attendee Information and Reports for your sites in this week’s release. Before we jump into the changelogs, it’s worth mentioning that this round of updates is a Maintenance Release. In other words, this is a smaller update between major updates and is mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small but meaningful…

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We are excited to announce that we just shipped a maintenance release for Events Calendar PRO! This release features a fix for an issue that was causing 500 errors and the WordPress admin area to be inaccessible for some users using Events Calendar Pro 4.7.8. Events Calendar Pro 4.7.8.1 Not Updated This Release Events Calendar…

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Hey folks! We’ve found a particularly nasty bug within Event Tickets but have patched it up and are eager to get this latest update in your hands. We discovered that it was possible for a malicious formula (payload) to be injected into the data when completing the Full Name section of the ticket purchase form.…

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Hey there! It feels like we just released an update and here we are again. Well, our team hopped into action quickly to address a few conflicts with the last release, specifically regarding JavaScript errors that could impact things like homepage sliders and other JavaScript-dependent functionality. We caught this and wanted to get the fix…

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