Update to My Calendar: version 2.2.0

April 17, 2013

Topics: Web Development, WordPress.

After over 3 months since my last release in the 2.1 series for My Calendar, I’m finally ready to release the next version of My Calendar. There are a lot of changes in this new version — and I think they represent some distinct improvements.

The complete list of changes can be seen in the Change log. That document goes through every change of substance I made. However, some of the more key items include:

  • Basic event search: It’s not complicated, but it sets the stage for future updates.
  • Simple integration with WP to Twitter
  • Time frame toggle: switch your view between month, week, and day view.
  • Variable recurrence schemes: No more “weekly or biweekly” — events happening every 3 weeks or every 6 months are equally supported.
  • Set the order of regions above or below the calendar: No longer just turning nav on or off; now, you can set whether nav is above or below the calendar, whether it’s before or after the jumpbox, etc.
  • aria-live support for AJAX navigation
  • Many other changes and bug fixes!

It’s been a long haul with a lot of testing, but I’m sure it’s not 100% bug free. Find something? Let me know!

2 Comments on “Update to My Calendar: version 2.2.0”

  1. Sounds like you’re on version 2.2.3 – that version was only available briefly, because of this bug. Upgrade to 2.2.4.

  2. Hi,

    Really good plugin!

    I’ve upgraded to v2.2.0 and am getting an interesting effect on recurring events. I’ve set it up to occur monthly and everything was OK. I then had to edit the event and after that for the first two months it creates three occurrences of the event. It’s repeatable.

    Any ideas?