The Brown Paper Tickets Plugin is a simple way to display your Brown Paper Tickets events in a WordPress post/page.
|Author:||Brown Paper Tickets (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.6|
|WordPress version tested:||4.7.7|
|Added to WordPress repository:||19-06-2014|
|Total downloads:||2 222|
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To install the plugin, download the zip, extract it and upload the extracted folder to your plugins directory on your webserver.
From there, activate the plugin as normal. The plugin should take you through a setup wizard. If for some reason it doesn’t, on the bottom of your WordPress Admin menu you should see a “BPT Settings” link.
To obtain your developer ID, you must first have developer tools added to your Brown Paper Tickets account. First log into your account on the Brown Paper Tickets website, then go to Account Functions. Click Developer Tools and then add. You’ll see a new link in the top navigation titled “Developer”. Click that and you’ll see your developer ID listed at the top.
Your client ID is typically whatever you use to log into the Brown Paper Tickets site.
I’ve updated some of my events on Brown Paper Tickets but the changes are not showing up in the plugin. Why is that?
You have most likely enabled the plugin’s cache so it’s not pulling in the new event data.
There are a few ways to solve this:
– You could wait for the cache to expire.
– You could delete the cache and force the plugin to refresh the data.
– To do that, simply go to the “General Settings” tab above and click “Delete Cache”.
I am 100% certain that my developer ID and client ID are correct. What is going on?
It’s possible that your client ID is not attached to your developer tools.
To add your account:
Go to Authorized Accounts on the Brown Paper Tickets website.
If your account is listed under “Current Account”, click “Edit” and then “Delete Account”.
On the next screen, under “Add a Client” enter in your username and password, select the permissions you need and hit “Add Client Account”.
Your account should now be authorized.
My password protected prices are being displayed by the plugin, how do I prevent that?
When you’re logged into WordPress as an Administrator, go to the post/page where the event list is being displayed. You should see a green “HIDE PRICE” link under the prices. Clicking that will hide the price from any visitor to the site who is not logged in as an admin.
How can I customize the look and feel of the event list or the calendar?
Go to BPT Settings and click on the appearance tab. You can add custom CSS there.