Version 3.2.0 of the plugin has just been released. This version adds a new option to allow an expanded popup window containing the event image and description on the mini calendar.
Style your calendar to match your website perfectly! The calendar theme customizer feature allows you to adjust the calendar colours in the WordPress customizer live preview. Within the live preview you can: select a theme specify a background image change the colours: Header Background, Header Text, Arrows, Weekend Titles Background, Weekend Titles Text, Weekday Titles Background,…
This version contains a fix to set the default author of new events to the logged in user.
This version contains a fix so that administrators can assign an author to an event when it is created.
This release fixes the author display name fix for WP versions lower than 4.5, cleans up a couple of minor php notices and updates the languages .pot file.
Changes included in this release: New: option to limit non-admin event managers to handling their own events only New: event managers with full admin privileges can modify the author of an event Improvement: Honour the user post reassignment selection (if available) on spiffy events when a user is deleted
Version 3.0.7 of Spiffy Calendar contains a change to the method used to apply styles to the upcoming list inserted in a MailPoet newsletter. The styles are now inserted inline and should work better on all mail handlers. Also the expanded style is now always used for the newsletter event list.
Support has been added to insert a Spiffy upcoming events list into your MailPoet newsletters. The list is inserted using the standard spiffy-upcoming-list shortcode (with any optional arguments), in the following format: [custom:spiffy-upcoming-list style=”Expanded” limit=2] As of version 3.0.7, the expanded list view is always used in the newsletter.
Version 3.0.5 of Spiffy Calendar will now allow new lines to be preserved in the event description field.
CampTix integration is available as a bonus add-on. The CampTix plugin is written by the WordPress team, and is described as “an easy to use and flexible event ticketing plugin created by WordCamp.org. Allow visitors to purchase tickets to your online or offline event, directly from your WordPress website.” The CampTix plugin provides some nice…