Release: Eventbrite Tickets 1.0
The day many of you (and much of our team) have been waiting for has arrived: the Eventbrite Tickets add-on is live! When running the add-on coupled with The Events Calendar or Events Calendar PRO, Eventbrite Tickets will allow you to embed ticket sales directly within your event listings so users can register for any event listed on your site.
You’re going to need an Eventbrite account to use this plugin…so while your purchase is downloading, why not head over to their website and set that up now? Also keep in mind that while the plugin may technically operate on 2.0 – 2.0.4, you should be running Events 2.0.5 if you’re using this add-on. We unfortunately will not be able to provide Eventbrite-specific support for users running the add-on alongside a pre-2.0.5 code base.
Ready to go? Awesome! It might be wise to check out our Eventbrite Tickets new user primer, complete with both screencasts and written walkthroughs, before you get started. There is more in-depth documentation for developers/themers at our Documentation page. It’s also worth noting that we’ve spent a lot of time QAing/testing this plugin…but as this is a 1.0 release, there are inevitably going to be minor bugs/quirks still in the system that no amount of internal QA would catch. We appreciate you being understanding of this and reporting anything you catch to us — so we can patch it and release an update with haste. We’ve already got a 1.0.1 release in the works with plans to release over the next couple weeks.
Wanted to show your demo of the Eventbrite Tickets add-on to my client, but your demo events are not showing any type of Eventbrite ticketing. Can you please check? For example, this event should be running an Eventbrite ticket form:
Hey Jackie. We’ve got just one Eventbrite’d post on the demo site as it stands, and that’s this one: http://demo.tri.be/event/sample-of-the-events-calendars-eventbrite-integration/. Hope that helps!