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BookingBug Online Booking & Appointment Widget

BookingBug is the complex flexible booking and scheduling platform for any service requirments. This widget offers sidebar and shortcode integrations

Do I need a BookingBug account

Yes. Creating a BookingBug account is quick and simple at http://www.bookingbug.com. Once you have done so, you can then configure your bookings and availability and embed your widget on your WordPress site.

Do I have to pay to use the WordPress BookingBug widget?

No, you can use either the free plan or a paid plan with WordPress. However, to benefit from BookingBug's full range of advanced functionality (such as full widget customisation, online payment options, and advanced functionality), take a look at our paid plans, starting at just $19.95/£14.95 per month.

What kind of bookings can you take?

BookingBug is a flexible system, so you can take bookings on an appointment basis, by day, by week, or take bookings for courses, classes, recurring and one-time events. If you're not sure which one fits you, you can chat online to us at http://www.bookingbug.com.

Can I take online payments?

Yes, you can take payments or just deposits online, using merchants like Paypal or Google Wallet. If you're interested in taking payments but don't have any of our service providers set up, contact us and we'll be happy to talk you through the various merchant account options available in your region.

Can I customize the widget?

BookingBug widgets are designed to be completely customisable. You can set the size and 9 different colours as a basic option, and for advanced users, complete CSS customisation is available for your site You can also control what widget is shown. For example, a complex business with many services might show different services on separate pages. A site for holiday cottages could show different location widgets on different pages, while the main page still shows the availability for all cottages.

Can I embed the widget elsewhere?

Yes, you can embed your widget simultaneously on WordPress, your own site, your Facebook page or anywhere else that allows widgets to be embedded. You can also host your widget on its own BookingBug Business Page - a dedicated simple web page you can share with your customers.

I need more help! Where can I contact support?

If you require more detailed help then please visit our knowledge base, which has lots of help articles and video tutorials - here.

Requires: 2.2.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Active Installs: 1,000+


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