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Posted: May 5, 2020 at 8:02 am


gschwarz

May 5, 2020 at 8:02 am

Good day,

I am currently implementing Event Espresso in a Theme to provide easy signups to an event.

What I currently have is a page (https://paschul.webdesign-berlin.de/schulung/anaphylaxieschulung/). I have also created an Event with the same name as this page and have created a few (2) event dates and 2 tickets (each for a single event date).

I have looped the event dates on the page, but I cannot make the registration button to appear, no matter what I try.

I tried espresso_ticket_selector( $post ), but it echoes all tickets, not the ones that I have prior set up to be assigned to a single event date.

The question at hand is how this could be arranged, if at all, that each datetime in a loop shows 1 ticket, that is assigned to it before?

Thanks in advance!


Seth Shoultes

  • Support Staff

May 5, 2020 at 8:17 am

Hi there,

Can you please share the code here that you are trying to add to your page?


gschwarz

May 5, 2020 at 8:37 am

Hello Seth,

I have modified the content-espresso_events-shortcode.php template (by copying it in my theme) with the following code:


$datetimes = EEH_Event_View::get_all_date_obj( $post->ID, false );
//print_r($datetimes);
foreach($datetimes as $datetime){
	//print_r($datetime);
	$placesLeft = $datetime->reg_limit() - $datetime->sold();
	echo '<tr>';
		echo '<td>';
			echo $datetime->name();
		echo '</td>';

		echo '<td>';
			if(date('d.m.Y', $datetime->start()) == date('d.m.Y', $datetime->end())){
				echo date('d.m.Y', $datetime->start());
			}else{
				echo date('d', $datetime->start()) . ' - ' . date('d.m.Y', $datetime->end());
			}
		echo '</td>';

		if($placesLeft == 0){
			echo '<td class="ausgebucht">';
				echo '<span>Ausgebucht</span>';
			echo '</td>';
		}elseif($placesLeft < 4){
			echo '<td class="orange-btn">';
				echo '<span>' . $placesLeft . '</span>';
			echo '</td>';
		}else{
			echo '<td class="green-btn">';
				echo '<span>' . $placesLeft . '</span>';
			echo '</td>';
		}

		echo '<td>';
			//espresso_ticket_selector( $post );
		echo '</td>';

	echo '</tr>';
}

This makes the table at the bottom of the page I have provided.

The problem is that I cannot display a registration button or form at single rows.


Tony

  • Support Staff

May 5, 2020 at 9:00 am

Hi there,

Currently, I don’t think we have a method to do this.

To confirm I understand, you are trying to output a register button for each individual ticket within an event?

So something like this: https://monosnap.com/file/FhhvdHpAk4zHZwDzKYav1w5B4Q0MuR

Where each register button is for a specific ticket within the same event?


gschwarz

May 5, 2020 at 9:19 am

Hello Tony,

yes, that is what I have been trying to do. I have also tried to retrieve the data directly from the database, but I didnt manage to find anything.

What would probably help me is if you could tell me where espresso_ticket_selector() is defined, that way I can write a function of my own that retrieves one with the same title as the line item.

Thanks in advance!


Tony

  • Support Staff

May 5, 2020 at 9:23 am

espresso_ticket_selector( $event = NULL ) is a template tag, so thats in:

\event-espresso-core-reg\public\template_tags.php

That calls EED_Ticket_Selector::display_ticket_selector( $event );

Which lives in event-espresso-core-reg\modules\ticket_selector\EED_Ticket_Selector.module.php

There’s a fair amount of customizations you’ll need to do what you need as you need to supply SPCO with the correct values to process the ticket although it is doable.

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