Shortcodes are a convenient way to embed content, code, and other assets without having to touch code yourself.  Our plugins include many shortcodes that do everything from embedding the calendar and events on a page or post to display attendee and ticket sales reports anywhere you'd like them.

The following is a list of all the shortcodes that are currently supported by the plugins.

🔔 Note: shortcodes work with specific plugins. You can find the required plugin for each shortcode in the right column.


What it Does
[tribe_mini_calendar] Displays a mini version of the calendar Month View. Events Calendar Pro
[tribe_events_list] Displays the advanced list widget that shows events and event information in a List View. Events Calendar Pro
[tribe_featured_venue] Lists upcoming events at a specific venue. Events Calendar Pro
[tribe_event_countdown] Shows a countdown clock until the start of an event. Events Calendar Pro
[tribe_this_week] Horizontal or vertical display of events taking place in the current week. Events Calendar Pro
[tribe_events] Displays the full calendar. The default view is determined by the selected option in the plugin settings. Events Calendar Pro
[tribe_event_inline] Display a single event in a post, page, sidebar, footer, or custom template. Accepts parameters that customize what event details to display and in what order to display them. Events Calendar Pro
[tribe-tpp-success] When using Event Tickets Tribe Commerce, Paypal will need a success page on your site to end the checkout process. Event Tickets
[tribe_attendee_registration] Use a custom Attendee Registration page instead of the Attendee Registration template. Event Tickets Plus
[tribe-user-event-confirmations] Show users who have confirmed that they will be attending an upcoming event. Event Tickets Plus
[tribe_community_events_title] If you do not use permalinks, you can embed the Community Events template body content and title on a page. Community Events
[tribe_community_events] Embed the form that allows users to submit events to your calendar. Community Events
[tribe_community_events view="my_events"] Displays a list of events that the currently logged in user has submitted to the calendar. Community Events
[tribe_community_events view="edit_event" id="your_event_id"] Show the editing screen for a particular event, when used with the event post ID. Community Events
[tribe_community_events view="edit_venue" id="your_venue_id"] Displays the editing screen for a particular venue, when used with the venue post ID. Community Events
[tribe_community_events view="edit_organizer" id="your_organizer_id"] Show the editing screen for a particular organizer, when used with the organizer post ID. Community Events
[tribe_community_tickets view="attendees_report" id="your_event_id"] Display a report of attendees who have registered for a particular event that a user has submitted to the calendar Community Tickets
[tribe_community_tickets view="sales_report" id="your_event_id"] Display a ticket sales report for a particular event that a user has submitted to the calendar, providing the number of tickets sold and the revenue from sales. Community Tickets
[gigpress_shows] Display upcoming concerts, shows, gigs, and performances on your site using GigPress GigPress

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