We have released a major update to our plugin Easy Visualization Tools for WordPress. The plugin now contains our updated Options Panel, with auto update from within WordPress admin. All you need to do is enter your Item Purchase Code (License Key) in the Options Panel and then you can install any new releases of the plugin directly from wp-admin.
With this new release we have also decided to include our Google Maps add-on and the Flip Numbers add-on. This means that you will now get Google Chart Tools, Google Maps and our Flip Numbers when you purchase Easy Visualization Tools for WordPress.
If you have already purchased the add-ons then please disable them and delete them when you install this update.
Update the plugin directly from within WordPress admin
In the latest release of our Modal Log In for WordPress we have updated our Options Panel, which is a part of all our premium plugins, to include automatic update from within wp-admin. All you need to do is enter your Item Purchase Code (License Key) in the Options Panel and then you can install any new releases of the plugin directly from wp-admin.
We will be updating the Options Panel in all our premium plugins over the following weeks.
A few days ago we released a new update for our popular Calendarize It! for WordPress. You can download the update directly from Codecanyon.
For next update we plan to implement our new CSS Editor tool, which we introduced in our Modal Log In for WordPress. This will make it easier for you to style your calendar. We will also be implementing support for Google Fonts.
Version 1.2.4 rev31652 – December 26, 2012
- Update: Disable date formatting for Custom Field info
- Update: English .po and .mo files with new labels
- Bug Fixed: Interoperability fix: Let WordPress handle the menu position, as fixed positions have a risk of already be claimed by other plugins.
- Bug Fixed: Use the datetime of the end and start date rather than just the time. Then the programmer can choose what format to display
- New Feature: New function that will output a repeat date following the event list fullcalendar date format
- New Feature: Added the day and month names to the function so the output can be localized
- New Feature: New function for easier setup of the event template when manually setting it: get_repeat_start_date($post_id,$date_format)
We have just released version 1.2.0 of Calendarize It! for WordPress. It contains several features requested by our valued customers and some bug fixes.
Version 1.2.0 rev29423 – October 19, 2012
- New Feature: Added support for Exceptions when creating recurring events
- New Feature: Added support for arbitrary recurring events
- New Feature: Added option to specify calendar URL to link the upcoming events widget
- Bug Fixed: Adjusted margin on “Calendar” and “Today” button
- Bug Fixed: Show correct date of repeat instance info fields on event page when clicking on a repeat event.
- Bug Fixed: When choosing to filter by several taxonomies (it was only filtering by 1 taxonomy)
- Updated: Layout fixed for WordPress 3.5
We have just released version 1.0.2 of Calendarize It! for WordPress. The update contains some bug fixes and several new features requested by customers.
Version 1.0.2 rev27083 – July 7, 2012
* Bug Fixed: HTML entries in event title
* Bug Fixed: Set first day of the week was not working
* Bug Fixed: Typographical error "Wednsday" changed to "Wednesday" in
drop down for choosing start day of the week
* New Feature: Added backend options to customizing month, week, day
and event list time formats. As well as title, column, event time
and agenda axis
* New Feature: Added sort by date in the event admin
* New Feature: Allow hookup of external jQuery UI themes (this allows
you to easily add your own jQuery UI themes by using the
jqueryui.com/themeroller. It is important that you add a CSS Scope
(.rhcalendar) when exporting the theme in order to limit the usage
of the CSS to Calendarize it)
* New Feature: Allow hookup of external templates (this allow you to
update the plugin without overwriting any customizations you have
made to the templates)
* New Feature: Provide configuration options for agenda view
* Update: added latest strings to localization files
We have just released a small, but important update for Calendarize it for WordPress. Below you can see what this update contains.
Version 1.0.1 rev26587 – June 30, 2012
* Bug Fixed: Incorrect localization function giving warning
* Bug Fixed: Start and End date subtitle where not being localized
* Update: Added filters to event list in wp-admin
* Update: Added load text domain for Calendarize
* Update: Added base files for translation (/languages)
* Update: Added argument to control the start and end formats
in the event list
Calendarize it for WordPress is a powerful Calendar and Event plugin.
There are several great calendar plugins available for WordPress, but most of them target specific industries, or are limited in features. We have tried to create a feature rich Calendar and Event plugin, which targets a very broad audience. We hope you’ll like it!
We are also working on developing some add-ons for Calendarize it. The first will be Booking for Calendarize it and the second will be Ticket for Calendarize it, which is also backed up by an iPhone app for scanning and validating tickets.
Let’s get back to Calendarize it!
You can login and take the plugin for a test drive before you decide whether to buy it or not.
If you are using Internet Explorer to view our demosite you might experience some problems with pages not rendering correctly. This is unfortunately due to a limit in Internet Explorer and the amount of CSS that we are loading on our site. We have some really big plugins and we are showcasing all features. It is rarely that you will use all features in all plugins.
If you take a look at this page: http://john.albin.net/ie-css-limits/single-style-test.html
It explains what the problem is with Internet Explorer.
We will be moving some of our plugins to another sub-domain to make sure that tings display correctly in IE.
Sorry for the inconvenience!