Sell tickets using the EventsFrame Connector WordPress Plugin

EventsFrame connector plugin let's you connect your EventsFrame account and have your Event's landing page exist on your WordPress site as a regular page.
If you don't have an EventsFrame account you can sign up for a free trial at
The WordPress EventsFrame Connector allows you to easily host the complete events page in your WordPress site.

This allows you to have a custom address for the events page - for example

The setup involves 4 easy steps:

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4
Install WordPress plugin Connect plugin to your EventsFrame account Create an EventsFrame page Rename the page and page address

Step 1

Head over to the plugins from your WordPress installation and click 'Add new'.

Search for EventsFrame and install it.

Step 2 - Connecting to EventsFrame

To connect with your EventsFrame account, go to the Settings for your WordPress page, and click EventsFrame. 

i) Click the link 'Reveal my Plugin API key'  to get your EventsFrame API key - you will be taken to EventsFrame and may be required to sign-in

ii) Copy this API key from EventsFrame into the API key field in the EventsFrame Connector in WordPress

Step 3 - Create Events page

Click EventsFrame in the menu bar, create a new post and give it a name - probably your event name. 

Step 4 - Rename and Publish Events page

Choose your event from the dropdown list - and publish!


It is important to note that for the event to appear in Wordpress the following must be true:

  1. The event must be published in EventsFrame
  2. The event must have SEO enabled
  3. The event must have a correctly uploaded header image
  4. The event description must be at least 100 characters long

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