• The Events Calendar/PRO/add-ons 3.7: Things to be aware of

    We just released a new build (3.7) for most of the plugin suite, and it has a bunch of new features and changes. There are some cool items for all our users. WordPress builders & tweakers! We figured it was a good time to call out the areas that will have the biggest impact on your workflow and/or customizations. As you might have seen last month, we’re starting to publish these blog posts highlighting high level … Continue reading

  • Release: Version 3.7 of The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO + most add-ons

    Hi folks! We’re happy to announce that we have finished our latest build! We are releasing version 3.7 for The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO, and all of our other add-ons except for Shopp Tickets, which had no changes this time. Before you jump in and start updating, be sure to read our blog post about the latest changes to the code. There are 3.7 updates for all of the following plugins: The Events Calendar Events Calendar … Continue reading

  • Summer of Performance: optimizing The Events Calendar

    One problem we’ve continually found ourselves facing when helping users out in the support forums is performance: in certain environments, the plugin just doesn’t move fast enough. This has been a major concern among certain members of the community and has (rightfully) led to a few negative reviews and angry forum threads. It took us some time to understand the scope of the problems — a good number of performance problems we encountered were caused … Continue reading

  • Usability test for prospective customers next week

    Modern Tribe has another usability test on the docket! This one is going to be different than our past sessions: instead of talking to existing customers, we’re interested exclusively in users who have not yet tried or purchased The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO. We won’t be testing the calendar itself – instead, we’re doing a usability test on the existing tri.be website in an effort to influence design/UX decisions on our forthcoming eventscalendarpro.com site. These sessions … Continue reading

  • Remove the ‘Read More’ Link

    By default The Events Calendar’s List View shows a Read More link to the individual event pages. Some themes also show a link like this for Custom Post Types (like an event) and thus sometimes a sites will show two Read More links per event. To avoid doubling up on links, we’ve made a tutorial to help you remove the Tribe Read More link. When you want to remove the ‘Read More’ links in the List … Continue reading

  • Help wanted: WordPress Technical Support

    Modern Tribe is looking for great, passionate people to join our community team. Are you happy, helpful, curious + accountable? Is working on cool stuff with a diverse group of freelancers in a fast-paced remote setting your ideal work environment? Do you use The Events Calendar and have a strong command of its codebase? If so, we’d love to talk with you. Modern Tribe is the company behind The Events Calendar and its stable of premium add-ons, … Continue reading

  • Release: The Events Calendar, PRO, Filter Bar + Community Events 3.6.1

    Hey folks! Hot on the heels of our 3.6 release last week, we’ve deployed a secondary maintenance build that addresses a few of the issues causing pain points among the community. As of today we shipped 3.6.1 builds for the following four plugins: The Events Calendar Events Calendar PRO Community Events Filter Bar The Events Calendar 3.6.1 Fixed some JS/CSS minification issues Fixed an issue where the “Hide From Event Listings” checkbox was not hiding … Continue reading

  • Release: Version 3.6 of The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO + all add-ons

    Hey everyone! We’ve been hard at work for the past month on our latest release, and finally have a finished product to share with you all: as of today, the 3.6 updates for our entire plugin suite have been deployed. While not as major an update as March’s 3.5 build, there is still a lot changed here — enough that you should definitely read our blog post covering things to be aware of before you … Continue reading

  • The Events Calendar/PRO 3.6: changes you should be aware of

    As of today, 3.6 updates have been launched for The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO and their stable of premium add-ons. While not as significant an overhaul of the codebase as we saw in the 3.5 release, there are a number of fairly major changes in this release that you’re going to want to be aware of. It probably makes sense to read this before applying the updates! If you have customizations, make sure you’ve tweaked … Continue reading

  • Help wanted: WordPress Plugin Developer

    The Opportunity We’re looking for a talented freelance WordPress plugin developer in North America. The opportunity calls for a mixed set of skills. We need someone with expert level PHP / MYSQL skills, impeccable WordPress experience, and basic system administration experience (Apache/Nginx). Experience managing sites with extremely large loads is a plus. We like our stuff to run fast and smooth. We’re currently working on high-profile WordPress implementations that range between conventional to seriously bleeding … Continue reading

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