Hey everyone! Happy November to our WordPress.org comrades. Just a heads up that The Events Calendar 3.2 launched yesterday, and included the following changes:
* Incorporated the much-fabled CSV importer! Import CSV files directly into your The Events Calendar/Events Calendar PRO site (for an overview on how to use it, read this: http://m.tri.be/9t)
* Implemented code requesting that search engines do not index calendar pages that have no events to display
* Addressed a number of Twenty Thirteen theme compatibility fixes
* Improved how date and time are displayed on single event entries for single day events (thanks to Robin for the heads up!)
* Added a suggestion by the Organizer email field to obfuscate email addresses published on your site (thanks, Thea, for requesting this on our UserVoice page!)
* Improved compliance with PHP strict standards (thanks to Bryan in the forums for making this request!)
* Added more flexible formatting options for event schedule details
* Incorporated a fix to improve behaviors of the tribe_is_month() template tag (thanks to jhned at the WordPress.org forums for this report!)
* Added a fix for when “show events in main blog loop” option disrupts certain static home pages (thanks to yorkshiretots for reporting this on the forum!)
* Added a fix for when the “show events in main blog loop” option disrupts the product listing on WooCommerce storefront for certain users (thanks to forge for the first report on this!)
* Fixed an issue with broken commenting that appeared on some templates (thanks to Tom for first reporting this at the PRO forums!)
* Added ability to create recurring events that happen every 5th occurrence of a day in the month; e.g., every 5th Sunday (thanks to gregwiley for the original report!)
* Fixed an issue where future recurring events displayed as having passed when object caching is enabled (a big thanks to Ray for first bringing this up on the forums!)
* Fixed the calculation used for determining all events in a month, which was causing the last day of multi-day events to be incorrectly left off (thanks to paracleteweb for first reporting this at the WordPress.org forums!)
* Added code to make sure tribe_show_month() won’t break any event views that come after it (thanks to our friend Big on the forums for the first report of this!)
* Incorporated a number of enhancements to ease compatibility with Easy Digital Downloads (thanks for all your help, Pippin!)
* Removed a PHP notice that arose when querying from events and other post types at the same time
* Fixed an issue where inaccurate draft counts were appearing on the backend events list (thanks to Neil on the forums for the first report!)
* Incorporated updated Icelandic translation by Baldvin Berndsen
* Various minor bug and security fixes
You can check out the official “release notes” blog post at the tri.be site here: http://m.tri.be/a2.
As always, please let us know if you notice any issues with the new release. Thanks for your continued support!
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