Community Tickets

Hey there, we have a new release ready that tweaks the payment options button when editing an event in WordPress. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before installing this on your live site, as you…

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Hey there, we have a new release ready that’s focused on a few translation improvements and making the switch to PayPal’s live payments mode easier. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site and test changes in a development environment before installing this on…

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Hey there! We want to drop you a quick note to let you know that we shipped a quick maintenance release for Community Tickets and it features a fix to the date picker and increased compatibility with The Events Calendar 5.0, which features a major overhaul of the calendar’s design. Before we jump into the…

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Salaama!  We’ve been giving a fresh focus to Community Tickets. The doors are open once again for your website to divvy up ticket revenue with organizers and track your automatic payouts. We can’t wait to show you what’s new. 🔔 Heads Up: Event Tickets, Event Tickets Plus, and Community Events have minor updates as well.…

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¡Buenos dias! We just shipped maintenance releases for Community Events and Community Tickets. Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major updates that are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small (but meaningful) improvements. We’re excited to get this update out for you. Our last update to Community Events and Community Tickets introduced many new shortcode options…

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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’re pleased to announce that Event Tickets 4.10.1.1, Event Tickets Plus 4.10.1.1, Community Events 4.6.1.1 and Community Ticket 4.6.1.1 are 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.…

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Today’s maintenance release includes a slew of fixes, tweaks, and enhancements for Event Tickets, Event Tickets Plus, Community Events, and Community Tickets. You’ll find a way to select the Attendee Registration Page Template. We’ve also included a way for event creators to check in attendees via the front end attendee list within Community Tickets. Maintenance…

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We are proud to announce a new release of our plugins is out! In this version we are enforcing the use of PHP 5.6 or greater and added a new Plugin Dependency Checking system to ensure maximum compatibility with our premium add-ons. Moreover, we’ve polished up Event Tickets and Event Tickets Plus with a new…

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Welcome to maintenance release number 17 of 2018! If this is your first time getting an update from us, Maintenance Releases are smaller updates between major releases, and are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small (but meaningful!) improvements. We always recommend using a staging site to test these changes before updating on a live site.…

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Welcome to maintenance release number 11 of 2018! If this is your first time getting an update from us, maintenance releases are smaller updates between major releases, and are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small (but meaningful!) improvements. We always recommend using a staging site to test these changes before updating on a…

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Welcome to the fifth maintenance release of 2018! If this is your first time getting an update from us, maintenance releases are smaller updates between major releases, and are mostly comprised of bug fixes, tweaks, and small (but meaningful!) improvements. We always recommend using a staging site to test these changes before updating on a…

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