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How to display Event registration in my single page?

Posted: July 18, 2016 at 8:01 pm


Jim

July 18, 2016 at 8:01 pm

I used [ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT] shortcode to display regstration form in my single page, unfortunately it didn’t work.

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Tony

  • Support Staff

July 19, 2016 at 8:32 am

Hi Jim,

Which version of Event Espresso you running (the full version number)?

When you say it didn’t work, what happened?


Jim

July 19, 2016 at 6:55 pm

Hi Tony,

I used Event Espresso Version 4.8.40.p.
I put in my single-espresso_events.php the code do_shortcode(‘[ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT]’) unfortunately the output is “[ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT]” only. I just want to put my registration form in my single-espresso_events.php so that the user can fill up the registration form while buying tickets.

I saw in youtube ee3 can do that using [SINGLEEVENT single_event_id=”event”].

PS. Sorry wrong category i chose, i dunno how to update event calendar to event ticket in your website.


Tony

  • Support Staff

July 20, 2016 at 2:39 am

do_shortcode(‘[ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT]’)

Please don’t use [ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT] within do_shortcode(), its not expected to be used within do_shortcort code and should be used within the content. Also…

I put in my single-espresso_events.php the code do_shortcode(‘[ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT]’) unfortunately the output is “[ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT]” only.

[ESPRESSO_CHECKOUT] should not be used within that template, its not how EE works.

Go to Event Espresso -> General Settings -> Critical Pages.

The only place that shortcode should be used is within the Registration CHeckout page listed there – http://take.ms/tjNgk

I just want to put my registration form in my single-espresso_events.php so that the user can fill up the registration form while buying tickets.

I saw in youtube ee3 can do that using [SINGLEEVENT single_event_id=”event”].

EE4 works differently than EE3, you can not include the registration form within the same section as the ticket selector. The user needs to select tickets and be directed to the Registration Checkout page (which again should be the only page containing the above shortcode)

PS. Sorry wrong category i chose, i dunno how to update event calendar to event ticket in your website.

You currently do not have an active support license so you can not post within the forums, I’ll move this thread to the community forum.

I’d recommend working through the posts here:

https://eventespresso.com/section/getting-started/

If you need further help with this you’ll need to purchase a support license for Event Espresso, you’ll find our licenses here:

https://eventespresso.com/pricing/

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