Gutenberg

In Chapter III of the Going Gutenberg series, we announced the release of Events Gutenberg, a free extension for The Events Calendar which activates the new block-based editor on the event post type. It’s been about a month since that initial release, and in that time we’ve continued to release updates with bug fixes and…

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We’re excited to announce the release of an official extension for The Events Calendar called Events Gutenberg. As its name implies, it brings the power of WordPress’ new block editor—code-named “Gutenberg“—to The Events Calendar’s event post type. Like the official Gutenberg plugin itself, this extension is not intended for use on production sites yet. But…

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Gutenberg Chapter 2

In Chapter I of the Going Gutenberg blog series, we examined how the introduction of the new WordPress editor—codenamed “Gutenberg”—is a rare and exciting opportunity to evolve our plugins. It’s time to take a closer look at how, specifically, The Events Calendar and its add-ons will be impacted by the new editor. The Event Post…

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Before we left for Belize in January, we shared a post about how we use the annual team trip to brainstorm and prioritize strategies that will continue to improve your experience. We’ve set three big goals for our events business this year and we’re excited to share these initiatives with you. 1. Elevate Customer Happiness…

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Gutenberg Chapter 1

We’ve made significant rewrites and refactors of our products over the years, but adapting our plugins to fully integrate with the new editor coming in WordPress version 5.0—code-named “Gutenberg”—is the biggest ecosystem change we’ve faced since the introduction of custom post types. Agencies and developers have been speaking out in large number and loud volume…

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