Posted: September 1, 2016 at 11:05 am
Courses … in your words “events” are:
Datetimes coul be:
After reading the doc and trying out the test-environment I understand that I am able to define categories and locate several “events” to them. BUT I haven´t understood how to deal with “booking on certain Datetimes”. But this is what we need! Can you please let me know if EE4 could meet these requirements?!
Thanks in advance,
There is an option to change the default slug from events to something else through the template settings screen:
A pricing option is connected to a datetime and then purchasing that pricing option grants access to that date time.
The multiple date times and tickets feature could help here (https://gist.github.com/lorenzocaum/2caa7418eb152329959e).
However, you would not want too many pricing options on a single page.
Approximately how many locations (e.g. 1.10.16 in Cologne, 3.10.16 in Berlin) would be available?
Venue 1 : eg. Cologne
Venue 2 : eg. Berlin
So this is, how our Customer works and thinks. In short words: we need to supersede the existing Catalogue you will find here: http://www.drk-neuss.de/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/Jahresprogramm-2016-2.pdf
Puh… I know, but this is what our task looks like 🙂
Thanks in advance for your answer,
What your currently looking to do is different from Event Espresso works.
Each event only supports a single venue currently, it looks like your trying to list all of the available venues and allow booking onto each individual venue within a single event, for that your going to need to create the individual events assigned to their venues and create a custom single event template and pulls in multiple ticket selectors to display the various locations.
Each variation of these:
Would be a ticket within a single event, so in your example you’d have a single event for each of the 2 venues, then pull those 2 events within the page and display the ticket selector for both. It won’t be simple to create and/or manage this setup.
What you could do is group the events in the category, then using something like the EE4 Event View Template to display them. Each single event would list the details for that event, each event can then have its own venue. The events would be grouped within the table but when the user clicked through they would still see the details needed.
Would that work?
Thanks in advance,
I’m Tony but no problem 🙂
Each individual event would be separate, regardless of the venue.
So they would go to Event Espresso -> Events -> Add New.
Add the datetimes/tickets for THAT instances of the event, assign a Venue and a Category and publish/update.
The Event View Template would automatically populate with the events based on category.
Adding multiple venues to the event is not currently available, so they can’t administrate within a single page.
You would need to be more specific on what it is you need here but we have a list of developer familiar with EE here:
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