As a Pro user, you receive a number of additional features and enhanced functionality. To that end, here’s an overview of all the current Drag-and-Drop modules exclusively for Pro users along with links to their respective documentation articles: Event Media Media Types Occurrence Status Run Dates
This extraordinarily useful tut illustrates the connection between each piece of event meta and its corresponding drag-and-drop module on List and Single Event Layouts.
Venture Event Manager is all about screaming fast optimization. To that end, we’re always trying to find every possible place to cut query load fat. One great way to reach that goal is to only process the code you need to run. VEM Pro is filled with all kinds of awesome features but there may … Read more
Get Your License Key Before you start, make sure you have a copy of your license key handy, which you can find in your email receipt or by logging into your user account at https://ventureeventmanager.com. Inside your account, look for the “Purchase History” table and select “View Licenses.” This will take you to a page … Read more
Unlike other event manager plugins, Venture doesn’t make you memorize a bunch of shortcodes to make things work. Instead, you’ll find the shortcodes you need to use right in each respective admin panel. They’re big, easy to find, and easy to copy. Example: Quick Reference In order to make your event management tasks even easier, … Read more
If you’re brand new to Venture Event Manager, this is where you want to begin after installing and activating VEM. These handful of tasks will get up and running ASAP.
Adds a custom taxonomy usable for differentiating events based on content. Make sure you have the “Media Types” feature activated on the Pro Features Module. Navigate to “Events > Media Type.” Name: required. Select “Add New Media Type” Note: we do not recommend manually setting the slug, parent, or description settings unless you are an advanced user … Read more
One of the most powerful Pro features is the ability to assign custom layouts for each Listing. By default, the system will display events in a single column list but you can override that and display in a responsive grid. Using the features is very easy: From the Event Listing Layout metabox, select the “Use … Read more
Pro users enjoy an expanded set of frontend event list filters, each adding a dropdown selector for the full range of event taxonomies (categories, seasons, venues, and tags). When selected, these dropdowns automatically appear on the frontend wherever the Event Listing Search shortcode is inserted. Select all. Category: adds the “category” dropdown on the frontend … Read more
From the “Event Modules” admin panel, either open an existing Event Module or select “Add New.” Event modules are a designed to display a small number of upcoming events in a three or four column layout. They contain critical what/when/where info along with ticket purchase and more details call to action buttons. The three-column layout … Read more