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RSEvents!Pro PDF plugin improvements

A critical feature for any event management component is the possibility to offer users that subscribe to an event a printable ticket that can be used at the event venue. The Ticket PDF plugin is our solution for this. In combination with the Barcode feature this provides a powerful, yet easy to use solution for monitoring attendance to your events.

We have just released an update for the current Ticket PDF plugin that will help you better control the generated PDF file.

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...so you were not sure about our extensions, or you weren't expecting to find use for them on other websites and you bought the Single Site subscription. Not to worry, we have recently added the possibility to upgrade your subscription with ease from Single Site to Multi-site just by paying the difference. This upgrade is available for licenses of the same type, meaning you can only upgrade your 12 months single site license to a 12 months multi-site one.

Upgrade from Single Site to Multi-site subscriptions
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As with all our projects, progress is based on the community's needs. We gather data through our forum, pre-sale department, feedback and depending on some factors (such as their use-case scenario, community's response) we push them on the "TO-DO" board. For example, this forum post caught our attention regarding the flexibility of displaying the events created in RSEvents!Pro. We gave it some thought and we decided to create the NEW RSEvents!Pro Events Module and improve the Content Plugin! to display your events in an effective and engaging way.

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Template overrides offer tremendous flexibility in terms of content look and feel. You can control any aspect - HTML output and CSS, without affecting the extension's update process.

The technique consists in duplicating the module's view files into the template's html folder.

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