The Events Calendar is a carefully crafted, extensible plugin that lets you easily share your events. Beautiful. Solid. Awesome.
All of our online documentation can be found on our documentation site.
Some docs you may find particularly useful are:
For template tags, open the plugin directory and visit /plugins/events/public/template-tags/ where you can find a list of those available.
If you have any questions about this plugin, take look at the forum here on WordPress.org at http://wordpress.org/tags/the-events-calendar. Please search existing threads before opening a new one.
The Modern Tribe PRO support forums are available for you to read. You won't, however, be able to post a message in any forums beyond Pre-Sale Questions unless you have purchase a PRO license.
The plugin is produced by Modern Tribe Inc.
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Curious about our versioning process, and how it's changed since The Events Calendar 3.0's launch? Look no further.
As a general practice, version numbers for The Events Calendar, Events Calendar PRO and our other add-ons follows the Semantic Versioning guidelines whenever practical.
This means releases will maintain a three-part version number: major version; minor version; and patch. Let's say we're looking at The Events Calendar 3.1, as an example:
Major version = 3 Minor version = 1 Patch = 0
If we deployed a follow-up maintenance build that addressed a couple small bugs, and called it 3.1.1, we'd now have:
Major version = 3 Minor version = 1 Patch = 1
At no point during the
Requires: 3.9 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.2.2
Last Updated: 2015-6-16
Active Installs: 200,000+
75 of 306 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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