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Do you have events planned and need to sell tickets? Do you want a page where people can RSVP? teamthing have you covered!


Our eventing system has everything you can do with Facebook Events, plus a whole lot more:

  • Integrates with PayPal. Sell tickets to your event and accept payment in any major currency.
  • Hassle-free interface. Creating your event is as simple as adding a new news article.
  • Facebook and Twitter login. Guests can RSVP with their social media profiles.
  • Integrated Google Maps. Simply insert Google maps with built in direction features for attendees.
  • Widgets included. Easily display event attendees, upcoming events and most popular events in any widgetized area of your site.
  • Keep tabs on who’s coming. Monitor the guest list from your dashboard, with the option to display public RSVPs on your site.
  • New features: Recurring events, auto-scheduler, limited capacity events, ‘my events’, e-newsletter integration, front page editing, guest list options and more…


GETTING STARTED, STEP 1: Configure Your Settings

Go to:

Dashboard » Events

You will see the initial ‘Getting Started’ screen that will guide you through the 4-step setup process.



Click on ‘Configure Your Settings’ Button. You will be sent to the Settings Page.

You can also get to the Settings Page from the Events menu:



Plugin Settings



The slug is the url for your event listings. Let’s assume this is a events page is for WordCamp, so we enter into the slug field ‘wordcamp-events’, your url will now be:

Next you need to decide if these events will be paid ones, checking that option will allow you to sell tickets through PayPal.

A great way to network your events is to utilize social networks, so checking the ‘Allow Facebook and Twitter Login?’ will allow you to connect with both Facebook and Twitter.

And the final option here is for RSVP. Do you want people to see who else is attending your event? If so then get that option checked – friends of those attending might sign up to make the event all that more special!

Please take note of the blue ‘information’ circles with the white ‘i‘ inside. If you hover over these or click on it a dialogue block will appear with some helpful tips on how to complete each field, as seen below:



You will also notice the Step by Step blue ‘pop up’ box that will guide you through your initial setup, as seen below:



Appearance Settings



Without overriding the ‘default’ appearance you will see this:



– Archive template



– Single Event template



When you select ‘Plugin: Calendar’ it will look like this:

– Archive template



– Single Event template



When you select ‘Plugin: Default’ it will look like this:



– Archive template



– Single Event template



When you select ‘Plugin: Default’ it will look like this:



– Archive template



– Single Event template




If you checked the earlier option ‘Will you be accepting payment for any of your events’, you will have the Payment Settings box after the ‘Appearance Settings’.




Here you can enter the currency you would like to accept / receive via PayPal.

You can find a list of the accepted PayPal codes here:

And here are some codes for the most popular currencies:

GBP – Great British Pound
AUD – Australian Dollar
EUR – Euro
USD – United States Dollar

PayPal Email Address

Enter the email address that is linked to your PayPal account.


This is a term used for a testing environment. By selecting PayPal Sandbox mode you can test your payment process, without processing live payments. Once you finished testing your site, you can simply deselect this option and you will be ready to earn some cash!

API Settings

If you checked ‘Allow Facebook and Twitter Login?’ you will be able to see the API Settings box.



For more information on how to create your Facebook and Twitter Apps, please see the below information:

Facebook App ID

You can get your Facebook App ID from here:

If you don’t have a Facebook App ID you can create one by following the instructions provided on the Facebook Developers page (see link above).





Take note: If you’re using another plugin that also loads Facebook scripts you might encounter some plugin conflicts, one or both plugins might even stop working. Our Developers built in a feature where you can turn off the Facebook scripts that would normally run from the Events + Plugin. Simply check the box ‘My pages already load scripts from Facebook’ to prevent our Plugin from loading the scripts again.

Twitter Credentials

You can get a Twitter App here: Make sure you set the Callback URL in the “Settings Tab” of the App for the App to work. Set the Callback URL as the link to your site.





You will need to enter your Customer Key and Twitter Consumer Secret to finish this section of settings.

Events + Plugin Extras

BuddyPress: My Events
BuddyPress: Group Events



Please take note of the below reminders when activating these BuddyPress Add-ons.



Email E-Newsletter integration


Please take note of the below reminder when activating the Email E-Newsletter integration Add-on.






Once the Capabilities Add-on is activated you will notice the Event Capabilities Box appearing where you can specify the privileges for each of your users:





Capabilities can be set for the:
– Administrator
– Editor
– Author
– Contributor
– Subscriber
– Directory Member Paid
– Directory Member Not Paid

Front-page editing



Once the Front-page editing Add-on is activated you will notice the Front-page editing Box appearing where you can specify which Front editor page you would like to use:



Available pages that can be used with the Front-page Editor:
– Default
– Listings
– Sample Page
– Sign in
– Sign up

Limited capacity Events



Guest lists options



Once the Guest lists option Add-on is activated you will notice the Guest List Options Box appearing where you can specify how you would like guest avatars and guest names to appear:



Once finished with all these settings, remember to ‘Save Changes’ and then click ‘Go back to Getting started guide’.






Click on the ‘Add an Event’ button if you’re on the default Events page. Or use the Events side menu and click on ‘Add Event’.



Admin » Events » Add Event

The standard WordPress article creation page will appear, with a few modifications to it.

First of all, you will notice the Step by Step blue ‘pop up’ box that will guide you through the rest of your setup.

Start by adding the Event title.



Next add the Event location.



If you have the WPMU DEV Google Maps Plugin installed you will notice a small globe appearing next to the title ‘Event Location’ as seen below:



You can click on this globe which will bring up a box to add a map to your Event.




Enter your location, give your map a name, place the marker and click on ‘Insert this map’.

The result you will see on your Event page will be:



Enter time and dates.



You can also add more dates to your Event by clicking on the ‘Click here to add another date to event’ button.

Update the Event status.

Options are:
– Open
– Closed
– Expired
– Archived



Update the Event type.

Is this a paid event? Yes or no.



If you activated the Event Capacity Add-on earlier, you will notice another option on your Event Details page.



Enter the maximum attendees for this event or check for unlimited (self explanatory).

Add your Event details.



See who has RSVP’s in the below section.



And click on ‘Publish’!



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