Post updates regarding SEATT will now appear on withDave.com rather than here.
The plugin can also be found on GitHub: https://github.com/withdave/SEATT to help you track changes if you’ve made any modifications yourself and take a look through the code.
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.
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By default, remote desktop connections on windows use port 3389. If you find the need to change this port, the following should help. Make sure you have “Allow remote connections to this computer” checked under “System Properties > Remote” before you begin.
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Updated 28/05/2017: For future updates please go to withDave.com
Updated 31/07/2016 after 1.4.0 release.
Since I’ve updated SEATT there’s been requests for functionality. The ones I’ve captured are below, in a rough priority order:
- Repeatable/recurring events – Some sort of functionality to allow repeatable events – whether this be decoupling of event details from dates, or some other mechanism.
- Event calendar shortcode and layout – Allow you to group events into categories and display all relevant events in a list view on a post.
- Custom page layout to help display events for #2.
Allow admin to use tinymce content editor. Completed in 1.4.0
- Register for events without requiring an account – I’m currently planning to do this via email confirmation and with a captcha, but need to test it.
- Email notification – More broad email notification, both upon registration (to user and admin), and also allowing admin to email users.
- Custom list pages and fields – Allow admins to change what information the plugin lists, and where it draws usernames and names from.
- Allow other users to see comments on short-code form.
- Additional columns in database to capture event details.
- Internationalisation, and custom locale options – This includes the option to allow the user to call an “Event” a “Ride” or similar.
- Custom redirect to put user back at entry page after login.
Thanks again to all of you for getting in touch, and to those of you who have provided snippets based on your modifications to the plugin. I’m hoping to get through at least a couple of these in the coming months.
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.
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