Sell your tours, activities, and events on your WordPress website using Rezgo.
... before you do anything else, first check your Rezgo white label site to make sure everything works there. If your white label website is working correctly and all your information is updated, then there might be an issue with your specific WordPress install. If so, refer to the following common scenarios:
The most common reason is a problem connecting to your Rezgo API. Try removing and replacing your CID and API Key in the WordPress Rezgo settings page. Check to make sure that, if the API Key you created is IP restricted, that the IP address of your website has not changed.
There are certain server requirements for the plugin to operate correctly. In particular, the following PHP directives need to be set accordingly. Your hosting provider can help you properly configure these directives.
This could be because you are using the default link structure in WordPress. The Rezgo plug-in requires that you use permalinks in order to show the Rezgo content correctly.
This could be because you do not have a secure certificate installed correctly on your site. If this is the case, or if you are just not sure, we recommend you choose the "Forward secure page to Rezgo" option.
No, the Rezgo WordPress Plugin needs to pull tour and activity data so it needs to connect to your account via the Rezgo XML API. Your Rezgo credentials (specifically your Company Code (CID) and API Key) are used by the Rezgo WordPress Plugin to display your tour and activities on your WordPress site.
Yes, the Rezgo WordPress plugin has the ability to handle credit card payments. Make sure to configure your Rezgo account to connect to your payment gateway. Rezgo supports a growing list of Global payment processors including Authorize.net, PayTrace, Chase Paymentech, Beanstream, Ogone, Eway, and many others. In order for your site to handle payments, you will need to install a secure certificate. Check with your web host if you need help installing a secure certificate. If you do not wish to set-up a secure certificate, you can have the secure booking complete on your Rezgo hosted booking engine.
Check to see if you are using a caching plugin like WPCache. These caching plugins are great for speeding up your site but will also cache old details and pricing information. You will want to exclude the Rezgo pages from your caching in order to avoid this in the future.
The Rezgo API automatically monitors usage and will notify you should your API show unusual activity. If you receive an API warning message, check your web stats or analytics to see if you can find any unusual spikes in traffic. If you are using a content delivery network (CDN) like CloudFlare or you do daily PCI scans from a service like McAfee, make sure to exclude your Rezgo pages. If you continue to receive API warnings from Rezgo, this may be an indication that something is triggering excessive usage on your site. If you do not rectify the problem, your API usage may be restricted.
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Requires: 3.0.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.6.1
Last Updated: 2 days ago
Active Installs: 90+
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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