Schedule events, send invitations, track RSVPs, and collect PayPal payments.
Tweaks to the system for scheduled reminder / follow up messages. Plus some overdue code cleanup.
YouTube Live webinar setup help on reminders page
Tweak to PayPal code
Tweak to localization/translation code.
Notification to make sure timezone is set properly.
Made sure all metadata, including pricing, is copied from event templates to individual events.
Fixes to captcha, date encoding in post slug
Update for better compatibility with SMTP plugins and the SendGrid plugin.
Adding JQuery datepicker calendar widget (longtime wishlist item, finally got it working)
Fix for duplicate dates appearing on posts after upgrading.
Better functionality for membership websites, where the people entering RSVPs have user accounts and log in prior to responding. * The system will now automatically look up any previous RSVPs associated with the same account (which for unauthenticated users only happens if they click the update link in a confirmation email). * Form fields will be filled in based on user metadata, provided that the form field names match the usermeta fields. Example: a membership site records the user's mobile number as mobile_phone, so the form field for Mobile Phone will be filled in automatically on the RSVP form - See blog post
Bug fix - delete guests
Significant change to the event data model. By storing dates as post metadata, this release eliminates the dependency on the custom database table previously used for event dates. One advantage: content will be easier to move between websites using standard WordPress import/export routines.
Bug fix: timezone display
Conditional display of form options depending on pricing (whether the user is paying for the lunch as well as the workshop)
Time limits on prices for online payments. Example: "early bird" pricing for conference registration, where after the deadline pricing goes up.
Added checkbox option for whether to include the content of an event listing in the RSVP confirmation and reminder messages.
Adds the rsvpmaker_timed shortcode, which can be wrapped around any bit of content in a page or a post that should only be displayed after a given time, until a given time, or between a start and end time. The shortcode attributes are start, end, too_early, and too_late. Put a plain language date like 'January 1, 2016 7 pm' in the start and/or end fields, or use a database style date like '2016-01-20 19:00' and RSVPMaker will test the current time against those rules. If the viewer is coming too the site too early or too late, according to those rules, the shortcode will return either an empty string or the contents of the too_early / too_late parameters, if set. Otherwise, the content will be returned as it normally would be.
[rsvpmaker_timed start="January 1, 2016" end="January 30, 2016 11:59 pm" too_early="sorry, too early" too_late="sorry, too late" ]
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Create a template based on an existing event, or clone an event (copy content to a new title for a new date).
Got drop-down lists for future events, event types working in calendar popup
Confirmation and reminder messages now include an iCal attachment, making it easier for recipients to add the event to their own appointment calendars.
Fixing bug in RSVP Report.
Revisiting fix to widget code. Not as fixed as I thought.
Updated widget code to use the newer style of PHP object constructor, replacing code deprecated under WordPress 4.3.
Bug fix: display of multiday events in calendar view
Fixed next post / previous post links to reflect chronological order of events, rather than post_date
Added option to include timestamp when RSVP was recorded in RSVP Report or download to Excel.
Fixes a CSS bug with the display of multiple prices
Fix to calendar display
Bug fix: correct handing of "More Events" link. The "events page" field on the RSVPMaker settings screen should be set to a full url like http://rsvpmaker.com/events/
Additional rsvpmaker_upcoming attribute of one="next" or one="slug-here" or one="123" (post id) to highlight a single event in a page or blog post.
Fix to handle password protected posts properly (previously was showing RSVP form even if content was supposed to be protected).
Bug fixes for additional editors function (very tricky)
Bug fixes, primarily in the event template functions.
Bug fixes. Checkbox settings on editing screen weren't being recorded properly.
Bug fix for incorrect rounding of ticket prices.
More complete Spanish translation
Additional form customization shortcodes for checkbox and radio buttons. See form customization
Bug fix - trying to address issue some users report with permalinks. Switched to get_post_permalink() instead of get_permalink() (according to Codex, may be better at handling custom post types)
Improvements to template function.
Removed a spam check that created more problems than it solved.
You can now specify an SMTP account to be used for more reliable delivery of notification emails (less likely to be flagged as spam if they're coming from a real account).
Incremental update to translation files.
Norwegian translation (thank you: Thomas Nybø) and update of translation source file.
Added checkbox to let you specify whether the count of people who have RSVPed should always be shown (or only when a maximum number of participants is specified).
Form customization now includes the ability to set fields as required, with both client and server-side validation. This works with the new shortcode-style method of specifying form fields and form layout. Example:
[rsvpfield textfield="phone" required="1"]. By default, the required fields are first, last, and email.
The filter used to add RSVP form fields has also been updated with a lower priority index to make it execute before other filters on the_content. This is in response to a user complaint about interaction with a related posts plugin that also operates on the_content, where the related posts widget was appearing above rather than below the form. New call is
Fixes bug fix with some checkbox options not being set / cleared correctly in the event editor.
The date editing section of the event editor now uses drop-downs controls for both adding dates and editing dates.
rsvpmaker_upcoming shortcode now accepts limit="x" (show x number of events) as an attribute. Example
[rsvpmaker_upcoming limit="3"] would retrieve a maximum of 3 posts. You can also use add_to_query="myquerystring" to modify the query using query_posts() syntax. Example:
[rsvpmaker_upcoming add_to_query="p=99"] would retrieve a single rsvpmaker post with the ID of 99.
Code changes to prevent a potential security risk with user submitted data in RSVP Reports, use of esc_attr() on variables to prevent script injection.
Moved functions for downloading RSVP results to Excel to a separate plugin, RSVPMaker Excel.
Several bugfixes were released following version 2.5, and a few more are included in this release.
Introduced a new method for customizing the RSVP form, either on the settings screen or on a per-event basis. NOTE THAT PREVIOUS CUSTOMIZATIONS WILL NOT BE AUTOMATICALLY BE PRESERVED. The new method provides greater design freedom, allowing you to change the form layout, the order in which fields appear, and whether you want to include the guest section or a note field. A series of shortcodes are provide to generate the fields in the correct format for RSVPMaker.
Fix to PayPal code for handling currency other than USD.
Fix to calendar grid display, navigation between months.
Number format options on settings screen for non-U.S. currencies. For example, PLN 1.000,00 (Polish currency, European separation for thousands and decimal) instead of $1,000.00
Bug fix - rsvp report
More changes for use with ChimpBlast
Added option to require people to decode the secret message in a CAPTCHA image when completing the RSVP form. Useful if you're getting spam bot submissions.
Fixed code for downloading reports to Excel (again), this time based on the PHPExcel library
Fixing translation files that were missing from svn
Bug fixes: display glitch, form spam filtering
Added by request: support for custom-fields and post_tag in the rsvpmaker content type. I understand this helps with WooThemes integratiton?
Bug fixes. Sorry
basic_formfunction that you can override to change the basic fields of the RSVP form. For example, you can change it to omit the section that asks for the names of guests. This is in addition to the
rsvp_profilefunction, which is used to collect additional contact details such as phone # or mailing address. See the instructions for adding custom functions.
Added debug checkbox in options. When this is turned on, it creates an additional admin screen for checking that RSVPs are recorded properly, displaying system variables.
Fixed issue with setting default options.
Improved ability to add a series of recuring events, including ability for software to calculate the dates based on a schedule like "Second Tuesday of the month"
Bug fix to prevent customizations from being overwritten. Custom functions should be placed in rsvpmaker-custom.php and the file must be installed in the plugins directory above the rsvpmaker folder: wp-content/plugins/ instead of wp-content/plugins/rsvpmaker/
Bug fix, RSVP Reports
Bug fix, tweak to register post type configuration
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.7.1
Last Updated: 2 days ago
Active Installs: 1,000+
1 of 8 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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