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Ticket configuration

There are various settings that determine the behavior of your tickets. In this section we will outline each setting and discuss how it can be used to achieve the desired effect. Quick Links Ticket Settings Global Settings Ticket Themes Settings Ticket Settings When creating an event, there are various settings that can be applied which …

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Global settings

FooEvents provides various global settings that can effect the behavior of your events and tickets. You can also customize the appearance of the FooEvents Check-ins apps via these settings. Navigate to FooEvents > Settings in the left sidebar of your WordPress Admin Area Select the relevant tab and change the settings as required Save Changes Once …

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Ticket Themes

FooEvents Ticket Themes allow you to change the way your email tickets look using template sets called Ticket Themes. These can be downloaded from the free Ticket Themes gallery on the FooEvents website. Quick Links Adding a new ticket theme Setting a ticket theme for event tickets Changing the logo Changing the header image Modifying …

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PDF Tickets

Requires the FooEvents PDF Tickets plugin The FooEvents PDF Tickets plugin attaches tickets as PDFs to the email that is sent to attendees or ticket purchasers. You can choose to send just the PDF and plan text mail, or you can set FooEvents to attach the PDF to the HTML ticket email. Quick Links Setting up FooEvents …

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Tickets

When an order is completed and the order status is completed, FooEvents will generate a ticket for each attendee. Depending on how your tickets have been configured, FooEvents will either send an HTML ticket, PDF ticket as an attachment, or both to the relevant attendee or purchaser. To view tickets, navigate to WordPress Admin Area …

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Why are barcodes/QR codes not being generated and displayed in tickets?

Firstly, please ensure that you have updated to the latest versions of all the FooEvents plugins on your website. If you still experience issues scanning, it’s possible that the file permissions for that directory on your server might be too restrictive. Make sure that the following directory ‘/wp-content/uploads/fooevents/barcodes‘ exists on your server and that the …

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