Eventbrite Tickets

Updating payment information for an event on Eventbrite

Eventbrite's handling of payments for events has changed significantly with the release of their V3 API. While we're actively working on a better solution, for now the best way we've come up with for handling this new payments system is to display notices like this after you publish an event to Eventbrite: The first link in that notice should link to this very Knowledgebase Article, for reference. The second link will bring you right to the "Edit" page for your published event on Eventbrite....

Configuring Eventbrite Tickets

The Eventbrite Tickets plugin allows us to quickly create events on your WordPress site and associate them with tickets over on Eventbrite.com. Before you can use it and start adding tickets, however, you will need to get your website connected to your Eventbrite account. Since Eventbrite Tickets 4.5 the connection is quick and easy: - Navigate to your WP Admin > Events > Settings > APIs tab and click the Connect to Eventbrite button. - You will be redirected to your Eventbrite....

Creating tickets and publishing to Eventbrite.com

You picked up the Eventbrite add-on and now you might be thinking, how the heck do I create a ticket? Good news, my friend, because that's what we're going to cover in this article. Sound good? Let's get started! Note: Eventbrite Tickets is not yet compatible with the block editor. Only events made in the classic editor can be published to your account on Eventbrite.com. We recommend using a plugin such as Gutenberg Ramp (https://wordpress.org/plugins/gutenberg-ramp/) so that you can use the c...

Importing events from Eventbrite.com

Eventbrite Tickets (https://theeventscalendar.com/product/wordpress-eventbrite-tickets/) allows you to import an event made on Eventbrite.com into The Events Calendar on your WordPress site. This post will walk you through the process of creating an event on Eventbrite.com and syncing it to The Events Calendar. If you have not already configured the Eventbrite Tickets settings, please read through our new user primer (https://support.theeventscalendar.com/221823-New-User-Primer-Eventbrite-Ticke...

New User Primer: Eventbrite Tickets

Ready to get started with Eventbrite Tickets? We’ve got you covered! The steps below will help you get set up and ready to use your calendar’s new ticketing and importing features. If you are new to our core plugin, The Events Calendar, you’ll want to make sure to familiarize yourself with it (https://support.theeventscalendar.com/342672-New-User-Primer-The-Events-Calendar-and-Events-Calendar-PRO) before continuing here. 1. Download and install the plugin (https://support.theeventscalendar.co...

Moving the Eventbrite Tickets box

By default, Eventbrite Tickets places the ticket form just under the event details or "meta" box. Though this is generally a nice position, some users may prefer to move it further up the page. Thankfully, doing so is pretty easy and in this tutorial, we'll look at a useful snippet to help you do just that. The snippet below can be added to your theme's functions.php file. Once it's in place, it will move the ticket form to a position just above the event meta box. add_action( 'init', 'move_e...