I am a singer and would like to include a ticketing on my site

ollie is the best value for money, and safe. However, they offer a plug in based nog on Blocs.
Can anyone help in how to accomplish this?
A shop for concert tickets?

Something like this? Only $6 to buy.

https://www.phpjabbers.com/event-ticketing-system/

You have to install scripts on your server but it appears the company will do this for you if you’re not sure how to do it. You can also host remotely should your server not meet the requirements.

It’s actually €65 - the €5.95 offer is when you buy the whole suite of 65 PHP scripts from PHP Jabbers. That said, the script is good and carries a multi installation licence, so it can be used on any number of websites.

I was looking at some of their other ones. Have you found any issues with integrating their scripts with blocs?

Integration is fairly straightforward. The scripts are typically installed as a web app in a separate directory on your server. The company will install for you if you’re not comfortable doing it yourself. Once installed, you log into the administration area through your web browser. Effectively, you set up the features etc. that you want from the admin area. This is also where you grab the HTML code to add to your Blocs website. It usually involves a small peace of code to add to the head section of your page and a piece of body code that you add to your page body via a code bric. That’s all there is to it. All the code does is display the front user interface of the web app within a page of your site.

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Hoi Anita,
ik maak wel eens gebruik van www.ticketkantoor.nl. Kosten 80 eurocent per verkochte ticket. Werkt handig!

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super dank, de andere opties vind ik té duur en te permanent. Kaartjes zijn al incl. btw, en mijn kosten allemaal ex… pff… artiesten … dank Matheus.

Fairly straightforward… ;-), I haven’t got a clue where to start. I work with Argeweb and they are not so Mac-minded. And alle tutorials are about MP…, I was looking for an instruction on where and how to implement HTML code to my site. Google code I found, but where to put the rest, I have no idea. !

front user interface … ehhh… that means… an active link on my site… right?

as an artist I only have 2 concerts of my own … (the rest I am booked for a fee),
The tickets involved with those concersts vary from 30 tot 70/80, and are including VAT, and all my costs are ex (21%)… I have decided to wait for all the purchases to come in and then start invoicing my guests a batch and not per ticket.
And yes, I do the singing too!!! Marketing, websites, communicates, gigs, revenue, ticketing… ánd the singing. :wink:

dat is een hoop geld op een kaartje van 12,50 :wink:
Kaartjes duurder maken… ja I know… volgende keer.

When you set up a web application on your server, you would just log into the administrator area by typing the URL into a web browser. One of the options you will be presented with is to get the HTML code that embeds the application into your website.

In Blocs you simply add an HTML Code widget to your page. This is a standard bric. Once the bric is placed where you want it, add the copied code from your web app by following the instructions in the illustration below. That’s really all there is to it.

The web app itself (the script) may be a little more tricky if you’re not sure how to install and configure PHP scripts and databases on your web server. This is why I would recommend having the company install it for you. Once that is done, it all very simple. You just log into the admin area in a web browser and start setting up your ticketing system with dates, venues, ticket prices etc. This is all done via a simple interface. The script will take bookings and payments and advise you via email of all tickets sold and payments.

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Thanks y’all for your replies, and instructions,
however, this is too complicated for a simple mind as I appear to be.
I am not a builder, I am a communications specialist, who turned out to be a vocal coach/performer/singer. And I did work with WP, but that drove me crazy, and now blocs is wonderful, for years!.

Due to the crisis (really still?), yep… due to money issues, I do my sites myself. And because things are turning up, I am looking for a way to ease/fasten up the ticket-selling-proces.
And after 5 hours… this still appears to be a… F# load of work.
That’s why… I go back to our friends on facebook… yep… and sell my tickets with my own energy … after registration i’ll send an email… which I’ll standardize in my notes… and my buyers will pay in the F# old fashioned way … by bank.

Lesson learned.
It’s a pity that I’m not rich, however lessons learned is life lived…

I’ll sing you a song… if you wish.
greetings and thnx for your support!

Anita

I built a website,with the help of my friend Eldar, GalliesAlley.com with Blocs 2.x for our daughter. You both have the similar paths and passions. She has been advise to look into https://bandzoogle.com for her branding and financial support. It appears to be reasonably priced and will take time to make it work. Hope that helps.

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Hendon?!!! Nailed it!

thanks ever so much!
it’s that Client contact centers… (technical support) don’t know about blocs! Nor Mac for that matter.
And my @Argeweb guys do!!!
And they pointed me towards Sisow.nl… and that firm gave me a ‘buy-now’ html code…
Perfect! I can make as many buttons as I please… for all the dates I want to.

Thank you thank you thank you thank you!!!

Blocs-users forever!!

@Norm this could be useful for more users??