The documentation below is meant to help you extend the Eventbrite Tickets add-on in a direction that works best for your site. What you’re about to read is more advanced and not for someone just getting familiar with the plugin. Those just jumping into Eventbrite Tickets looking to see what it has to offer should check out our new user primer first.
But if you’re knee-deep in plugin code and looking for action hooks, filters or template tags, you’ve come to the right place. We’re always adding to this page so if you don’t something you’re looking for, ask us. And if you have a clarification question or need any kind of assistance come find our support team in the forums.
One last point. If you haven’t already checked out the broader documentation for The Events Calendar, that might be a good place to start…since Eventbrite Tickets is just an add-on that extends The Events Calendar’s features, most of the calendar functionality is stored in the core plugin. You’ll find tons more template tags & other documentation over there.