(PRWEB UK) 28 December 2012
Events Manager allows website owners to publish events as well as accept payments and manage bookings or registrations for these events directly from their website without the need of third party software or services which charge commissions or monthly subscriptions. An ever-growing number of features are also available to help users publish and display events on their websites, including but not limited to event submissions, event calendars, ical and rss feeds, custom formatting options, organization by categories or tags and much more!
Originally launched in 2008, Events Manager quickly grew out of its original one page home into its own website, which needed a refresh to accommodate the continuously growing resources available to free and pro users alike.
This new design not only demonstrates the capabilities of the plugin via fully functional online demos and trials for a full suite of events solutions but also displays extensive documentation and useful tutorials in a much more digestible format. Moreover, in the spirit of allowing for maximum accessibility and ease of use, the website is designed using the latest standards to allow mobile and tablet users to easily access and navigate the numerous useful areas of this site without having to resize their screens or zoom in and out to view different areas of any page.
Marcus Sykes, the lead developer and founder of NetWebLogic (creators of Events Manager) comments, "The most important thing we feel that has been achieved in this redesign is that not only have we built a solid foundation which we will now be able to regularly improve and add to, but we are now also in a position to focus more on what matters most, which is providing great ongoing support and innovative features to help our users make the most of this plugin and make their events an even greater success."
Alongside this new website, Events Manager Pro, the premium add-on to the freely available Events Manager plugin, now also has a simple pricing plan which is all-inclusive and only differs with regards to the number of sites required. Due to popular demand, a developer license has been created to allow power users to use the plugin on multiple websites at an attractive price. This means that customers get all the features available at any pricing plan without any added or hidden costs; the only decision that needs to be made is how many websites the plugin will be used on.
The Events Manager plugin has continuously been releasing new features on a regular basis. Shortly after releasing the new website, the plugin authors also released a complimentary (and also freely available) plugin which makes Events Manager compatible with the popular WPML plugin, which enables users to create events and translate them into various languages on a multilingual WordPress-powered events website. This is a sign of things to come and shows 2013 to be a very promising year for taking events to the next level.