Support » Plugin: Events Manager » Modify Booking Email Sent?

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  • You should be able to turn off the login form by going to Events > Settings > Bookings > Booking Form Options.

    How did you add the extra booking fields?

    The documentation tells you how you can create a new file path in the themes folder and then I edited that file (so the original is still in the plugins folder) and I added the new fields because my client doesn’t need people to actually be able to checkout since the process their bookings themselves. Do you need help adding fields to your site?

    Okay, that’s not really the right way to add new fields. The ones you’ve added won’t actually do anything 🙂

    Instead, remove those changes and go to Events > Forms Editor to add your custom fields.

    You can then use the #_BOOKINGFORMCUSTOM{field_id} placeholder as per http://wp-events-plugin.com/documentation/placeholders/

    Thanks

    I don’t have a forms editor. Is that part of the pro version?

    I don’t need to be able to process the orders through this plugin, All I need to be able to to do is send the credit card information through email. My client processes the orders manually on location. I just need to be able to grab the credit card info and send it the admin via email. Can anyone help me do that? I love everything else about this plugin, but the client simply doesn’t need the other features of the pro version and doesn’t want to purchase it 🙁

    Yes, the Forms Editor is part of the Pro add-on for Events Manager.

    Editing the templates will only add them to the form. To process the data you’d need to add your own code that runs when the form is submitted.

    That’s nto a problem. Where can I put my own code though? I have no problem writing it if I know where to put it 🙂

    The best way to do that would be to run the submission code using the appropriate hooks and filters. This custom code should help:
    http://pastebin.com/QZy9dbfm

    That said, I’d seriously reconsider the idea of sending credit card information by email. It’s against PCI compliance laws and would leave you and your client wide open to security issues – not too mention law suits. Basically, there’s no legal way to do it.

    I totally agree with you. This is how they are currently doing it on their website, o I will let them know and suggest a ether way. Thanks for the information.

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