FES & Tickets

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    Hello Steve,

    A few questions about FES.

    I want to allow a limited number of users the ability to add events to our calendar, but would like it to be as simple as possible.

    Enter the title, date, time and number of tickets, w/ price .

    1) Can you confirm that its possible for the FES to include Tickets for the event (if we have the PRO version).

    2) is it possible to constrain the categories for a given form, so that they can only create one type of event?

    3) is it possible to force some text into the event page content, so that I can include a shortcode that will display a table of people that have registered.


    Mark Green
    #39900 Reply

    Hi Mark,

    It’s not possible to limit who can submit an event (beyond requiring they be logged-in), but its possible to require that users have events approved

    1. Yes this is possible with Pro & FES together
    2. No, unfortunately its not possible to limit the categories the user can choose from
    3. So you can automatically insert anything into the event via the eventorganiser_fes_submit_event filter which filters the event array before the event is created. The post_content key has the content of the event supplied by the user – so you modify that prior to the event being created. However, there is no shortcode for listing attendees of an event, so you would have to implement that yourself (there is an API that can help)
    Stephen Harris
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