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Hey there! Events Calendar Pro 5.1.4 is out and it features adjustments to the Mobile Week View display, improvements in compatibility with the WordPress Customizer, and a resolution to 404 errors that occurred on translated sites. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea…

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Hey there! Virtual Events 1.0.2 is out and it features the addition of an embedded password for all Zoom meetings, as well as the option of filters that can enhance the password functionality for virtual events. This is a minor release that should be smooth sailing when updating. That said, it’s always a good idea…

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Hey there! Filter Bar 4.10.1 is out and it features a fix that now prevents an issue where Horizontal Filters using selectWoo jumped when using the Filter Bar search field. 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…

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Whether you worship in a church, mosque, synagogue, or temple, your faith organization’s website needs an events calendar. A calendar makes it easy for worshippers to keep track of upcoming services, youth groups, and special events. It also makes it easy for church administrators to track registration, attendance, and sell tickets. Your calendar can even…

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This extension adds an inspector to the front end view of The Events Calendar that, when enabled, displays details about calendar elements in a box when an element is hovered. Requirements The Events Calendar (5+) or Event Tickets The latest calendar view templates enabled (Events → Settings → Display → “Use updated calendar designs”) Installation Download…

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This extension provides settings that force all external event links or specific link types to open in a new browser tab. Requirements This extension requires The Events Calendar to be installed on your WordPress site. Installation Download the extension (ZIP file) to your computer. Log into the WordPress dashboard and navigate to Plugins → Add New.…

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Eventbrite Tickets 4.6.5 is available to install on your WordPress site! This is a maintenance release that includes minor updates, including bug fixes and refinements. In other words, it should be pretty smooth sailing as far as installation. That said, it’s always a good idea to backup your site’s data and files as you would…

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Hey there! We just shipped Events Aggregator 1.3.0. This is a minor maintenance release focused on a few bug fixes. No need to update anything, because these enhancements are applied automatically. Here’s what’s new: Fix – Eventbrite import returning empty in some cases. All fixed with improved error messages. Fix – Changes made on Eventbrite…

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We’ve been working hard on some nice updates to Promoter and have, not one, but two minor releases to share with you. Here’s the detailed changelog of what’s new: Enhancement: Improved email verification flow. Clearer notifications on the status of your email verification are now being displayed alongside a nice resend email link. Enhancement: Search…

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The mission is at the heart of any nonprofit, and for many organizations, that mission is delivered through events. Whether you host board meetings, volunteer orientations, or fundraisers, events are a key function of many nonprofits. In this post, we’ll show you how to amplify your events by creating a calendar for your nonprofit on…

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Meg Chaloner is the founder and co-CEO of Sip & Script, a business that started in Boston and expanded two years ago when Cahon and her team brought their signature calligraphy workshops to cities around the United States. By partnering with artists across the country, Sip & Script delivers hands-on calligraphy workshops at local businesses…

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If you’re embracing virtual events, you’re in good company. These days, event planners are hosting classes, performances, and even conferences virtually. But figuring out how to make money on your virtual events can be a challenge at first. With an online event, you can’t sell tickets at the door, so you need to adapt your…

tribe-extensions

The Test Data Generator extension adds a new settings screen in Events > Settings > Test Data that provides an automated tool to generate high quality, life-like data for The Events Calendar family of plugins. Requirements The Events Calendar is required to use this extension. You can also use Event Tickets alongside The Events Calendar…

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Planning virtual events can be time-consuming, especially with so many considerations, from figuring out which tools to use to deciding how to make money on online events. But once you have a game plan, setting up your calendar for virtual events in WordPress is easy — promise! Below, we’ll walk through the steps for organizing…

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Did you know you can connect Zoom to The Events Calendar and manage it right from WordPress? In this set-up guide, we’ll be running on WordPress with the following plugins: The Events Calendar (Free) Virtual Events add-on for The Events Calendar (Premium) The Virtual Events plugin lets you connect your Zoom account to The Events…