Simple Event Attendance has been updated to 1.5.0.
Update to fulfill some of the requests posted at https://withdave.com/2017/05/seatt-feature-request-may-2017-update/, as well as some other fixes:
- Updates to structure of comments in source files to improve readability
- Addition of list format to make displaying multiple events easier
- Change to remaining time display in the admin panel (from hours to a formatted time)
- Removed use of extract function from add_shortcode (seatt-list and seatt-form) as per best practice
- Added ability to use shortcode to control public visibility of comments
- Updated screenshots for plugin
Plugin is live on wordpress.org.
I’ve updated Simple Event Attendance (SEATT WordPress plugin) to version 1.4.0. This brings bug fixes, and updates in line with the release of WordPress 4.5.3, as well as the upcoming 4.6.0 release.
The plugin can now also be found on GitHub: https://github.com/withdave/SEATT to help you track changes if you’ve made any modifications yourself.
This covered some of the feature requests at https://withdave.com/2017/05/seatt-feature-request-may-2017-update/, as well as fixes for get_currentuserinfo in WP 4.5:
* Replaced get_currentuserinfo with wp_get_current_user to fix deprecation issue
* Fixed bug where users couldn’t register to an event with limit set to 0 (unlimited)
* Fixed bug where server time was used rather than blog local time on front end form
* Updated admin and template to allow use of TinyMCE for WYSIWYG editor. Can now also add images, colours etc.
I’ve updated Simple Event Attendance (SEATT WordPress plugin) to version 1.3.0. This brings bug fixes, and updates in line with the release of WordPress 4.3.1.
Firstly, an apology for taking so long to release another version – feel welcome to get in touch if you want to discuss changes you’ve made to your code in the interim. These are largely security changes, so it’s recommended that you update when you can. The database structure hasn’t changed, so you should experience no loss of data.
- Ensured the database elements all use the correct version of wpdb->prepare where needed, and tidied up any inconsistent usage where statements weren’t prepared. Thanks to J.D. Grimes for chasing me on this.
- Made some text and layout changes throughout to work better with the WordPress default templates.
In the pipeline are a few more changes that should further improve functionality of the plugin:
- Some sort of functionality to allow repeatable events – whether this be decoupling of event details from dates, or some other mechanism.
- Selectable categories for lists, allowing you to put one shortcode into a post/page and get a list of all active events.
- Anonymous registration – something that quite a few have asked for. It will be turned off by default but it is coming with captcha user verification.
- Email notification – I haven’t explored this yet, but am hoping it can be done using internal wordpress functions.
Live at https://wordpress.org/plugins/simple-event-attendance/
As always, any feedback is very welcome.