NOTE: you will need to re-add your widgets after upgrading!
NOTE: It is recommended that you reset your calendar styles to the default. However, if you performed customization on your styles and don’t wish to lose your customization, you should check that the calendar is still displaying as expected. Default styles are now always loaded; custom CSS will be appended to the default styles. This change will allow for proper future style updates. Click here for helpful CSS snippets.
- NEW: Event admin list updated to WP format — Now supports bulk event deletion, copying events, sorting the event list by category
- NEW: Widgets updated to use Widget API – you can now add multiple widgets
- NEW: “Limit” argument added to upcoming list and today’s events lists (both shortcode and widgets)
- NEW: “Style” argument added to upcoming list and today’s events lists (both shortcode and widgets)
- NEW: Featured event widget
- NEW: Updated styles and display classes (backwards compatible as much as possible)
- NEW: Category class added to main calendar display to allow CSS to target by category
- BUG: Provide a way to unlink an image from an event
- CHANGE: Default styles are now always loaded. Custom CSS will be added after the default styles, allowing for proper future style updates.
- IMPROVEMENT: Removed options to enable/disable upcoming lists and today’s events lists since they didn’t really do anything
- IMPROVEMENT: Rename “sept” link to “sep” for consistency
- IMPROVEMENT: Use “prepare” instead of “esc_sql”
- IMPROVEMENT: Fix image thumbnail display to use thumbnail size of image
- IMPROVEMENT: When filtering by category, the category key will now only display the filtered categories