Using the iFrame - Eventbrite content type

Eventbrite let's you embed an event listing into your web page. Visitors can then click and order tickets.

See the example above. This has expired but live examples can be seen on the Eventbrite site.

Give it a try

To add an Eventbrite event to your page you will need 1) an Eventbrite account and 2) your event's embed code.

Here are the Eventbrite embed instructions.  The eventual code will look something like this:

Screenshot of Eventbrite codeYou only need part of this bit of the code for the t4 content type:  //eventbrite.co.uk/tickets-external?eid=28407660076&ref=etckt

1. Once you have the embed code add the Eventbrite content type to the relevant page in your site structure. (Find out how to add a content type to a section).

2. This table shows the fields available in the Eventbrite content type.

iFrame - Eventbrite content type form fields

Field titleWhat should I do?Is it compulsory?
Name* This is the behind-the-scenes name, only visible to editors of the section Yes
Source* This is the Eventbright embed code. In this example we used: 
//eventbrite.co.uk/tickets-external?eid=43317660288&ref=etckt
Yes
Height* The example above is set to 350 Yes
Vspace This defaults to 0 No
Hspace This defaults to 0 No
Margin Height This defaults to 5 No
Margin Width This defaults to 5 No
Frame border This defaults to 0 No
Scrolling This defaults to Yes No
Allow transparency Do not use this option No

Select Add and approve to add the content type to the page.