Tag: WordPress

Password protected pages

Depending on the nature of your event, you may need to provide attendees with access to exclusive content on your website. The built-in WordPress password protect feature makes it fairly simple to limit access to posts and pages using passwords. When enabled, this option replaces the page’s content with a password text field. The correct …

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Multi-vendor sites

While FooEvents might work as required depending on the multi-vendor solution, it’s possible that you will experience difficulties. While the event products will most likely work in this setup, we can’t guarantee that third-party plugins will accommodate the tickets and attendee custom post types in a multi-vendor environment. The FooEvents Check-ins apps have also not …

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WordPress Multisite

FooEvents can be installed in a WordPress Multisite environment or “network”. You can read more about “Creating a Network” here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network Essentially, each user would have their own URL e.g. http://your-website.com/username/ and their own login details. The FooEvents plugin(s) will be installed on the main domain only and then all the users will have access to the features …

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Is Divi compatible with FooEvents?

The popular Divi WordPress theme is fully compatible with FooEvents according to feedback received from many customers who use both products.

Web Hosting

Please visit the minimum requirements section before choosing a hosting service FooEvents works flawlessly with the majority of web hosting providers that support WordPress and WooCommerce. We have curated a list of popular web hosts that we have tested with FooEvents to give you added peace of mind.

Can I install FooEvents on a WordPress Multisite or multi-vendor network?

WordPress Multisite environment or “network” FooEvents can be installed in a WordPress Multisite environment or “network”. You can read more about “Creating a Network” here: https://codex.wordpress.org/Create_A_Network Essentially, each user would have their own URL e.g. http://your-website.com/username/ and their own login details. The FooEvents plugin(s) will be installed on the main domain only and then all …

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Why isn’t the custom fields option displayed under the WordPress screen options?

If the “Custom Fields” checkbox is not displayed under “Screen Options” in your WordPress Admin Area, there could be something in your current theme or a third-party plugin that is causing a conflict or perhaps disabling this setting as this functionality is included in WordPress by default. Here are some things that you can try: …

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