Event Search | First results & Sold Out Events

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    Hi Stephen,

    I have two small questions concerning the Event Search Shortcode:

    – Is there a way to hide to initial results that show up when you enter the page where the shortcode is embedded? I’d like to only show the search mask and the search results only when the user is actually looking for events.

    – Can events, that are booked out and don’t have any tickets left, somehow be marked with a text or class, so the user instantly knows that the event cant be booked anymore? Or, if not, can those events at least be left out of the results?

    Thanks in advance, keep up the good work!

    Cheers mate


    Hi Mat,

    For (1) you could copy templates/search-event-list.php into your theme and edit it there to skip displaying the events if the search is empty (you could check to see if $_REQUEST['eo_search'] is an empty array.

    For (2), it’s probably not possible / performant to omit the events from the results. If you wanted to check if an event had any more tickets let you could use eo_get_remaining_tickets_count(), see http://codex.wp-event-organiser.com/function-eo_get_remaining_tickets_count.html – as above the template can be copied to your theme and edited, so you can make any changes there.

    Stephen Harris
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