Support » Plugin: Events Manager Pro - Mollie Payments » #_BOOKINGBUTTON not redirecting to Mollie payments

  • Resolved mbri

    (@mbri)


    Hello Patrick, as you might have seen we solved the issue we were having, thanks for your support on that.

    We have a question: how can we make the #_BOOKINGBUTTON redirect logged in users to the mollie payment window? At the moment that button it just skips the mollie gateway and confirm the booking to the client. Of course a quick fix is not to use it, but it is a user friendly feature of our mobile Ux/UI to have it so if we can keep it and make it work it would be great.

    Thanks!

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Stonehenge Creations

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    I don’t know what you did to “solve” your previous issue, but apparently it was a wrong “solution”. Also logged-in members should be redirected by default.

    Plugin Author Stonehenge Creations

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    Are the credentials still valid? Because I am really wondering what you did. The errors in the other topic indicate you are bypassing the plugin somewhat and not using the Mollie API in the correct way.

    mbri

    (@mbri)

    Hi Patrick, thanks for your prompt replies.

    If you look at the single event page: https://groftalent.nl/events/hip-hop-dance-rappen-2019-08-03/ you will see the gateway is working also with logged-in users.

    The issue rises when we use the button given with the shortcode #_BOOKINGBUTTON. That button you can find it on the home page and is visible only to logged-in users

    Yes the credentials are the same.
    Cheers

    • This reply was modified 1 year ago by mbri.
    Plugin Author Stonehenge Creations

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    I had never tried #_BOOKINGBUTTON before. After some testing, I find it completely useless, to be honest.

    It creates one approved ticket for the logged-in user. That is exactly the same as the defaults in the normal booking form. So, what is the benefit, right?

    It appears to only work for the Offline Gateway. Even if I deactivate Mollie and only activate PayPal (EM native) for example, it still books an approved booking with the Offline gateway.

    If you look at the actual code of the button, you’ll see that it links to nothing, so it actually triggers an Ajax response, bypassing any other coding.

    So, this is not an issue of this add-on, but something in native EM. I would suggest either pointing your finding out on their Pro forum or just not use this (in my opinion) useless placeholder. 😉

    mbri

    (@mbri)

    Hi Patrick thanks for your collaboration.

    The placeholder is indeed not useful at the moment because it is not working properly. We do not want to add the #BOOKINGFORM one because it is too long, we use that only in the sinlge event page, not on the “feed” on the home page.

    I have reported the issue on their Pro support forum.

    Cheers

    Plugin Author Stonehenge Creations

    (@duisterdenhaag)

    We do not want to add the #BOOKINGFORM one because it is too long,

    Huh???
    If you simply change your settings to “Do not show user profile fields to logged in users” it should only show the spaces dropdown (if you have no custom booking form fields, that is).

    And additionally, if you set the maximum number of tickets to 1 in your event ticket options, EM will even hide the dropdown on the booking form.

    That way the layout will be quite similar and yet still work for any payment gateway.

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