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After research confused how it works with theme

Posted: February 12, 2016 at 2:25 am


February 12, 2016 at 2:25 am

Now after a lot of research of different Event plugins for wordpress I am confused about the different concepts and workflows…
For example we want a userfriendly integration working smooth with a optimized theme. So we looked for example after a theme called Januas / developer showthemes. They told us, this is working fine with eventbrite and event espresso. But at the end on our questions for details it turned out, there is only iFrame integration and the workflow is totaly unclear to us, because “registering” should be on a different platform or system…

What we want to have is:
German language solution integrated system with optimized theme for events, to handle backend and frontend for multi-event platform, with integrated registering service and handling of attendees and doormanagement with Scan.
What we found is event espresse or the eventcalendar ticketing, but there is a lack of information, how exactly this is working together with different themes.

So can you offer us a whole solution, meaning a best working wordpress-theme and the installation of your package to work on a prepared wordpress base, to run a multi-event platform? Another question is, that you offer a bunch of languages, but nowhere to get a list which languages and how this can be seen before?

Lorenzo Orlando Caum

  • Support Staff

February 12, 2016 at 6:10 am


Event Espresso doesn’t replace your theme. Instead it comes with basic styling and then inherits additional styling from your theme.

The Events Calendar add-on ( is not required to use Event Espresso. It is another way to present your events for registration to your attendees/registrants. The Events Table View template ( is another example of a different way to present your events to your registrants/attendees for registration.

We currently have a translation for Event Espresso 4 in the German language at 34% along with a guide on how to translate Event Espresso:

Our languages are managed in our GlotPress project which is available here:


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Updated by  Lorenzo Orlando Caum 4 years, 1 month ago ago

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