Release: Eventbrite Tickets 1.0.2

Along with updates to the rest of our premium plugins, we released this month’s Eventbrite Tickets maintenance release — 1.0.2, for those keeping count — today. It is a very minor update that includes one new feature and one bug fix. Don’t forget…if you’re on The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO 2.0.7 or earlier, you’ll want to update to 2.0.8 before attempting to install the newest Eventbrite Tickets code. 

Release Notes for WordPress Eventbrite Tickets 1.0.2:

Small features, UX and Content Tweaks:

Bug Fixes:

  • Removed unclear/confusing message warning message regarding the need for plugin consistency and added clearer warnings with appropriate links when plugins or add-ons are out date.

August’s maintenance release, less than a month away, will include a few minor features and the incorporation of some new translation files. If you encounter any bugs with the latest release let us know early and we’ll try to patch those for 1.0.3 as well.

Comments (2)
  1. I installed the plugin.. The even calendar shows well..

    but when i click the Test post it doesnt bring up the post??

    http://www.yachtcharterssf.com/events/category/events/ <— Calender
    http://www.yachtcharterssf.com/events/test/ <–test post

    is there a button or switch somewhere.?

    thank you

    Iggy

    1. Hey Iggy,

      For one thing I think you have the wrong base URL for your calendar. It should be: http://www.yachtcharterssf.com/events/

      It looks like the test post is loading partially or something is happening that is preventing it from displaying. First thing to try is to change the Event Template setting in Events > Settings > Template to something other than what you have selected now.

      If that doesn’t work, try deactivating all other plugins to see if there’s a conflict. If that doesn’t work try reverting to the Twenty Eleven theme to see if it’s a conflict with your theme.

      Let me know how that goes.

      – Jonah

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