Genesis Framework and Attendee Registration


As of ET/ET+ 4.9 The attendee details are now collected on a new, separate screen instead of the event page where the attendee form used to be. The default slug for this page is 'attendee-registration'.

When using a theme based on the Genesis Framework and having a specific setting, the Attendee Registration page will not show up properly. It will show a kind of an excerpt of that page.

The setting in question can be found under Genesis > Theme Settings > Content Archive.

When the setting is 'Display->Excerpt' or the content limit is higher than 0 - basically anything else than 'Display->Entry Content' and 'Limit content to 0 characters' - then the issue will be visible.

Here is the solution to fix that.


Copy the below code into your (child) theme's functions.php file (or wherever you usually put custom code).


Event Tickets, Event Tickets Plus


// Fix for the attendee registration page glitch with Genesis
add_action( 'genesis_before_loop', 'tribe_tickets_fix_etp_attendee_registration_page_for_genesis' );
function tribe_tickets_fix_etp_attendee_registration_page_for_genesis() {
	if ( ! function_exists( 'tribe' ) ) {
	try {
		if ( tribe( 'tickets.attendee_registration' )->is_on_page() ) {
			remove_action( 'genesis_entry_content', 'genesis_do_post_content' );
			add_action( 'genesis_entry_content', 'do_post_content' );
	} catch ( Exception $e ) {}
function do_post_content() {


  • Originally written in December 2018
  • Tested with Event Tickets / Event Tickets Plus 4.9
  • Author: AndrĂ¡s Guseo, Barry Hughes


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