Support » Plugin: WP Travel Engine - Best Travel Booking WordPress Plugin » No Styling & Useless Shortcodes

  • I’m not quite sure of the point of this plugin. While it allows you to add trips and all the details, it doesn’t provide any obvious shortcodes to display packages on a page, such as the Home Page. In fact, the shortcodes I managed to find, broke homepage completely when I added them. There is no styling options, just lots of preset pages it loads into your website. This plugin is almost a theme and takes over everything once installed.

    If you are just after the functionality and want to use it as a plugin that presents filters and archives etc, this plug wont do that.

    I suspect that to get anything out of this plugin, users will need far more than a bit of CSS knowledge and need a full set of coding skills.
    Kinda defeats the purpose of plugin IMO!

    I have had to restore my website from a back up, as this plugin tore my website to bits once installed.

    • This topic was modified 3 months, 3 weeks ago by troyw2015.
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  • Plugin Support WP Travel Engine Support


    Hello @troyw2015, Thank you for your message and sorry for the inconvenience caused.

    WP Travel Engine provides Gutenberg Blocks (within WP Travel Engine) and Elementor Widgets (, new update coming in 2 weeks) so that you can easily display packages on any pages included home page. Not only trip packages, but you also can display Destinations, Activities, Trip Types, etc. You can also choose between several layouts.

    You don’t need coding skills at all. All of this is drag and drop.

    WP Travel Engine is developed so that it doesn’t override the theme’s CSS and takes the theme’s CSS. It is also made compatible with several popular themes. Can you provide us more details of WP Travel Engine overriding your theme CSS so that we can check this further?

    Looking forward to helping you.

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