sort:You can sort your event list by event start date and time in ascending or descending order. By default, the list is displayed in ascending order, but you can change the sorting format by using this attribute. For example:
The Event Cart Section shortcode allows you to display a list of tickets and extra services anywhere on your website. This is a great way to make sure your visitors can easily find the information they need when planning an event.
?Recurring Event Addon? The Repeating Event feature in the Event Manager addon makes it easy to sell tickets for recurring events, like daily or weekly tours, appointments, or salon bookings. You can also use it to sell tickets for one-time events with time selection options. This addon is perfect for selling tickets for any kind of event, including city tours, museum visits, and zoo visits.
?Event Calendar Addon ? The Event Calendar addon will improve the display of the event calendar feature by adding images and providing more detailed information. This will make it easier to see what events are coming up and get a better sense of what each event entails.
?Event Waitlist Addon ? Our waitlist addon will help you add a waitlist form to your event page when tickets sell out. Customers can register for the waitlist, and admins will get email notifications when seats become available.
?Event Book an Event From Dashboard ? This book event dashboard addon will add a feature to purchase tickets from the WordPress admin panel. This is for admin use only. When an admin needs to book a ticket for a customer, they can sell the ticket from the admin side. This can also be used to sell tickets on the spot or at an event location.
?Event User Registration Form Position ? This addon gives administrators the ability to choose whether the event Attendee/user form will be displayed on the event details page or on the checkout page. By default, this form is displayed on the event details page.
?Event Review And Rating Addon? This is the Event Rating and Review Addon. With this addon, admin can enable review and rating section for each event. Admin can also setup who can setup review for each event.
?Frontend Event Submit Addon? This is a plugin that allows event managers and ticket sellers to submit events from their WooCommerce accounts. Organizers can also see a balance of tickets sold, as well as a list of attendees. This list can be downloaded by the organizer.
A. Woocommerce Events Manager one of the simple event plugin for WordPress which is based on Woocommerce. Its work as an individual event and its payment functionality handle with woocommerce so there are no worries about payment gateway you can use every payment gateway which is support woocommerce. The interesting part is the event post type is completely different there is no connection with woocommerce product so if you can sell anything from woocommerce product.
A. After successfull booking user data will be saved under event attendee list, You can find the list from Events -> attendee list or Go to event list and click on the attendee list on right side of event to get that particular event attendee list.
A. You can display the event list on any page by using the ShortCode. Just use this shortcode to display all events list [event-list]. If you want to display any particular category events just use [event-list cat=ID] here ID will be the category id which will you find in the category section of the dashboard.
Update Release:Added custom excerpt option into event, Fix zero amount add to cart issue, Showing Not Ticket available message when all tickets sold out, Price Label settings has been added into Event Settings. 02 Dec 2018
Update Release: PDF Ticket New Design,Now you can add custom image as background of PDF Ticket,Terms and Condition text in PDF Ticket,Seat Reservation Feature added. Now owner can reserve of event seat,Add to cart Button issue fixed. 31 Jan 2019
= 3.4.5=* Update Release:Multi cat id support in ShortcodeMember Role wise event feature addedEarly bird feature added in ticket typeBug fixedHook added25 Feb 2021*
= 3.8.2=* Update Release:Event Sorting by event title added in Event Settings PageExpired Event show or not in calendar settings added in Event Settings Page.Bug fixed.01 Feb 2023*
Manage your events with this powerful plugin and display them using pages, shortcodes and widgets. Create single or recurring events, add descriptions about your events, allow users and guests to submit events and much more!
Accepting bookings for your events couldn't be easier! Provide multiple tickets with capacity, price and date restriction and take payments using various methods including PayPal, Manually (e.g. phone, check, email) and Authorize.net.
Create locations and host multiple events from any venue. Allow users to search events by location, display google maps on your event and location pages, shortcodes and widgets, user-managed locations and much more!
Display your events in various AJAX-powered calendars, ranging from simple full and small-sized calendars which are easy to style and incorporate into your site design. Go even further with our snazzy FullCalendar add-on!
Provide the best experience to your attendees with the award-winning event app! Enable them to participate and interact more actively, and build two times more connections. Up-to-date event information, personalized agenda, live polls, messages, and exciting photos are all at their fingertips.
Complete tedious event management tasks with a few clicks and focus on more important things! Save your time with our popular event management software that includes an agenda center, speaker hub, name badge generation, check-in, announcements, and more.
In other words, Events Calendar Pro runs alongside The Events Calendar and enhances it with extra features, including recurring events, event series, additional calendar views, calendar shortcodes, advanced widgets, custom event fields and more.
WP Event Manager is a free and lightweight plugin for WordPress with powerful features for creating, displaying, and managing event listings. Developed by WP Event Manager Team, it offers many optional premium add-ons to help take your event management needs to another level.
The Event Listings tab lets you determine setting for the number of event listings to show per page. It also allows you to decide whether to: hide canceled events from archives, keep expired events from being searchable and/or hidden, enable event categories and types, enable ticket prices for listings, and much more.
For example: whether submitting a listing requires an account with your site, automatic generation of account usernames, account passwords and user roles for registered users, moderation of new listings, user editing capabilities, banner options, automatic deletion of expired listings, registration method for listings, and event type and category options.
3. Further down the page, add the Event Data that is pertinent to your event, including the event title, venue name, event banner, time format, start and end times, price, registration deadline, logo, contact name, website link, video link, social media links, registration email or URL, whether the event is online or offline, location, ticket options, event page link, organization name, and more.
After publishing the event, the event listing will automatically be added to a page created by the plugin. You also have the option to put the event on any page or post you wish by using its shortcode. And, as with any page or post, you can go back and edit its information whenever you wish.
WP Event Manager lets you optionally accept events from other users through a frontend form. To add their event, they must first sign in with their account, or create an account by entering their email address and getting a password.
Through the Setup Wizard, WP Event Manager also automatically creates an events listing page. To view submitted event listings, go to the Events page of your site or whatever page the shortcode exists on.
The Recent Events widget shows event listings according to their date. You can set the title for the widget, the number of events you want to show, whether to display listings around a specific keyword or location, and whether to show the events in ascending or descending order.
The Upcoming Events widget displays event listings according to future dates. It also lets you set the title for the widget, the number of events you want to show, and whether to show the events in ascending or descending order.
Compatible with any WordPress theme, the plugin allows for both frontend and backend event submission and listings. Administrators can post and manage their own events on the backend of WordPress, while you can optionally let guests or registered users post events on the frontend. The plugin also comes with an event dashboard so that users can manage their own event listings.
I was very impressed how fast and easy it was to set up the plugin. After installation, it literally took just two clicks to create the pages and shortcodes for a basic event management system. This is a valuable plugin that many WordPress users can benefit from.
The key to giving customers a great experience is gathering information from them so you are prepared. Easily collect all the data you need with a custom event registration form on your event registration website.
Excellent set of plugins that can be adapted for many types of events and classes. We have been using this for about 2 years now. Support is first class. I have had a few occasions where I was not sure about something and got an answer back the same day. We use the plugins to look after our coach trips and Christmas events within a Garden Centre. Highly recommended. -Jonathan Biggs 2b1af7f3a8