- Add Link Event To Registration Form parameter to Monthly Calendar and Full Calendar menu options. If set to Yes, users can click on an event on calendar to go directly to registration form of that event (instead of seeing event details by default)
2. Add more settings to event:
- Add Registrant Edit Close Date parameter. If you select a date time there, registrant can only edit their registration history before that selected date. After that date, it's viewable only.
- Allow setting exact and time (before, only date is allowed) for Early bird discount date and Late Fee Date.
- Add Admin Email Body for each event. It's useful in case you want to have a custom admin email message (instead of use default email) for some special events on your site.
3. Improve Fronend Event Submission:
- If you enable your users to submit events from frontend of your site, you can now config Events Booking to send Event Approved Email to event creator when admin approve/publish their events from backend. Just setup necessary email messages in Submit Event Messages tab
4. Add more parameters to Category and Upcoming events menu options:
- To new parameters added: Categories and Exclude Categories. It allows you to choose display events from certain categories (or all events except events from certain categories) when users click on the created menu item.
5. Restrict registrations from certain domains:
- Joomla allows you to enable/disable registration from certain domains (via Joomla Users -> Manage , Options). That setting is now used in Events Booking, too. Mean if you restrict user registration from certain domains, users from these domains won't be allowed to register for your events, too
6. Other improvements
- Support using [EVENT_ID] tag in custom admin email
- Support showing Login option on registration form event user registration option is disabled
- Fix incompatible with latest release of ACYMailing version 6
- Support using Price Text of event in upcoming events module
7. Improve Security
Added some code to prevent XSS attacks (especial when events are submitted from frontend of your site).
Please update your site to this latest version to use these improvements. Thanks for continue using our products and support our development.
Last edit: 8 months 1 week ago by Tuan Pham Ngoc.
The following user(s) said Thank You: Lionel Charrier, Eric Lamy, Stefan , Julian White
I have an issue with front end editor which I thought maybe you can help me with. Regardless of what editor I choose (CodeMirror, TinyMCE, JCE or ...) there is always the possibility for the users to access adding Joomla modules, menu and ...
I carefully set the access and features settings for editors but it has no effect. I was wondering where they come from and how to remove it for my users. (see the attached screen shots).
Just want to add, if you unpublish these buttons, it will be removed from backend editors as well
So if you want to use these editors from backend, but not from frontend, then try to change Access level of these editor-xtd plugins instead (set Access Level to Special or Super Users), and these buttons will be hided from frontend (for registered users, I guess) but still be available in the backend for you to use
The following user(s) said Thank You: Brian F, StreetSportService