Category: MyTicket

How to Build Ticketing Website on WordPress with Android App

If you Googled a lot you may have already found that market for various ticketing solutions is oversaturated. This article is intended to help you choose a solution that is best suitable exclusively for you desired goals. Before you continue reading we recommend you answer these questions to yourself: Do you need a standalone online … Continue reading

MyTicket theme – Advanced event search and filtering

if your ticketing website has hundreds of events posted online it might be very convenient to use advanced filtering and search feature that is built into this product. Example image is provided below. You can filter events by: Month Location Keywords Price Multiple categories Tags In order to create advanced event filtering interface go to … Continue reading

MyTicket theme – QR-code invoice printouts and app validation

During checkout process users can download basic invoice with QR-code preprinted on it. Invoices can be also sent to users email address automatically. The invoice style can be customized in any desired way though some extra development maybe required. Files available for customization are located under /woocommerce-pdf-invoices/templates/invoice/simple/minimal/ folder. These are: body.php – contains structured ticket table … Continue reading

MyTicket theme – Various event listings

MyTicket theme comes with various event listing and ticket selling possibilities. It is recommended you read this article first on how to create your first event. Once all your events are in the system you can list them in one of the following ways: Single banner event page. Create full screen event with powerful CTA button. … Continue reading

MyTicket theme – Create first event with ticket for sale

This article will cover an example on how to create your first event with tickets that are available for sale using MyTicket WordPress theme. Login to your WordPress dashboard and go to Products > Add New section. Fill in the basic information like ticket title, for example, “Rock Festival Chicago”, description and assign product categories … Continue reading