Picatic

Description

The Picatic plugin is a simple way to sell tickets with WordPress. You can also display a list of your Picatic events on your WordPress post or website.

Use the Picatic plugin to create a custom events listing page and to sell tickets directly from your WordPress site.

To use the Picatic WordPress plugin, first you’ll need a Picatic account. Sign up for free

Not familiar with Picatic? Visit our website to learn more.

Features Included:

  • Widget to show ticket purchasing for an event.
  • Widget to show upcoming events.
  • Shortcode to embed the ticket purchasing for an event.
  • Shortcode to embed upcoming events.

Screenshots

  • Authentication - Get an API key from your Picatic account.
  • Cache - Cache settings for the plugin.
  • Sell Tickets To Your Event - Widget to show ticket purchasing for your event.
  • Upcoming Events - Widget to show your upcoming events.
  • Shortcodes - Shortcode to embed ticket purchasing for your event.
  • Shortcodes - Shortcode to show your upcoming events.
  • Sell Tickets - How your ticket purchasing is displayed with default styling.
  • Upcoming Events - How your upcoming events are displayed with default styling.

Installation

  1. Install this plugin from the wordpress directory.
  2. Obtain an API key from your Picatic.com account from here: https://www.picatic.com/manage/users/applications
  3. Enter your API key under the plugins options section

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Install this plugin from the wordpress directory.
  2. Obtain an API key from your Picatic.com account from here: https://www.picatic.com/manage/users/applications
  3. Enter your API key under the plugins options section
Do I need an account with Picatic to use this plugin?

You sure do, but accounts are free so give us a try.

Reviews

Best events plugin by far

Being able to connect my clients’ sites to Picatic in this way kicks the crap out of alternatives like ticket sales through WooCommerce. Using this plugin saves on the licensing and maintenance of bloatware that slows down sites and ultimately cuts into profit margins in a bad way.

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Contributors & Developers

“Picatic” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.2.5

  • Fix bug where ticket descriptions were not being displayed event when selected to display

1.2.4

  • Fixed an issue where the plugin wouldn’t work due to dependency autoload not working
  • Having a minimum purchase quantity on a ticket now also gives an option of 0 so you don’t have to purchase a ticket you don’t want to purchase

1.2.3

  • Compatibility update for WordPress 4.8

1.2.2

  • Fixed issue with number of active events showing up being limited to only 20

1.2.1

  • Minor bug fix of incompatible func call

1.2.0

  • Major style update to make the look and feel of the plugin more in line with Picatic.com.
  • Cache clearing. Having trouble getting your event data to show recent changes? Now you can clear the cached event data to force a refetch and show your new changes.
  • Events listing widget is now sorted by start date ascending

1.1.8

  • Fix broken image asset

1.1.7

  • Compatibility update for WordPress 4.6

1.1.6

  • Fixed a dependency bug causing fatal error on activation

1.1.5

  • Sort events listing by start date

1.1.4

  • Compatibility update for WordPress 4.3

1.1.3

  • Fixed ticket index that prevented tickets from properly being added to the checkout cart

1.1.2

  • Free tickets now appear
  • Fixed font dependency

1.1.1

  • Tweaked so the update shows up

1.1

  • Fixed error with using wrong options tag for API requests
  • Minor copy updates

1.0.1

  • Fixed issue with missing files for shortcode integration with TinyMCE
  • Minor content and asset revisions

1.0

  • Initial public release. Enjoy!