RegisterONE Event Vendor Registration Forms

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Embed event vendor registration forms into your WordPress site.

Author:RegisterONE (profile at
WordPress version required:4.0
WordPress version tested:5.2.2
Plugin version:2.2.0
Added to WordPress repository:26-09-2017
Last updated:15-08-2019
Rating, %:100
Rated by:2
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Total downloads:4 709
Active installs:20+
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Total, “best of breed” exhibitor registration and resource management tools for expos, events and festivals, all from ONE unified, web-based application. Built in support for Stripe, Paypal and payment gateways. Manage and review your applicants easily and efficiently from RegisterONE. Quickly generate custom registration forms and keep your applicants on your website throughout the registration process. Just add your event shortcode to a blank page and you’re done. All vendor details and files are saved to your account on for easy access and administration.

Supports venue mapping, form-based booth selection and reservations with price override.

Import vendors and booth locations via spreadsheet XLS file. is a unified event vendor registration and management solution. You need a account to use this plugin.


NEW with v2.2 – Discount Codes! You can add discount codes to your event which support a set discount amount or a percentage discount from the entire cart, Amenity Type group or a single Amenity.

Our Split Payment tracking is robust enough to handle multiple items ordered in different payment periods and allows up to full payment up front.

RegisterONE is a powerful registration manager, and includes:

  • Complete exhibitor/vendor registration management, from start to finish
  • Manage and review your applicants easily and efficiently
  • Block application deposit until approved
  • Block balance payment until approved
  • Flexible discount codes
  • Payment support via directly to your account
  • Payment support via Stripe directly to your account
  • Payment support via Paypal directly to your account
  • Auto-calculate and add credit card processor fees into base prices
  • Split payments of application fees based on percentage ratios and due dates
  • Responsive, mobile friendly forms with great UX
  • Import your current vendor list via XLS file, including custom fields
  • Venue location mapping, selection & pricing (ie. booth spaces)
  • Map reservations & placement by organizer with price override/expiration date
  • “Earlybird” fee discounts with auto-expiration date
  • Amenity discount options, both global and form specific tied to early bird discounts
  • Dynamic contract generation with e-signatures
  • Supports multiple forms feeding a single event for greater flexibility
  • Applicants can go back to application, make changes & payments at any time
  • Auto-importing of your Wufoo forms
  • Customizable profile fields and sort order
  • Application deposit payment support that are subtracted from remaining payments
  • Applicant/vendor profiles and custom keywords
  • Dynamic document requirements and uploads based on applicant/vendor type
  • Streamlined document auditing
  • Amenity selection and pricing (ie. tables, tents)
  • email and SMS text blasts to individual and groups of vendors
  • Form validation
  • Easy sorting of form fields and form values (selectors)
  • Granular “required” field settings along with asterisk (*) after field label
  • and more…

Automatic Installation

  1. Go to Plugins > Add New in your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Search registerone to find this plugin, by Vandenberg Media Inc.
  3. Click Install Now to install it and then activate it after the installation.
  4. IMPORTANT: WordPress > Permalinks must be set to anything OTHER THAN “Plain/Default”. Also see: Permalinks

Manual Installation

  1. Download the plugin from and follow the instructions on the page.

Plugin Setup

  1. Go to Settings > RegisterONE Forms or Plugins > RegisterONE > Settings
  2. Generate an API key in your account and paste it into the plugin API key tab.
  3. From Event Form Shortcodes, select the shortcode you want and add it in a blank page. See the Help tab for more info.
  4. IMPORTANT: WordPress > Permalinks must be set to anything OTHER THAN “Plain/Default”. Also see: Permalinks