Display Eventbrite Events in WordPress, Manage Your Calendar with Plugins available on Google
Display Eventbrite is a WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) WordPress plugin that allows you to manage events in your WordPress site. The way this plugin works is by allowing you to add, edit and remove event handlers and their corresponding widgets. This plugin also creates a quick and simple widget with the Eventbrite API. By default, when you activate this plugin it creates a new widget with an Eventbrite theme loaded. However, you can change the default theme, which is a great feature because you can change the look of your site at any time without having to reload your entire site!
In order to enable this plugin to work with your site you need to activate it, this can be done by clicking on oggle next to the plugin icon in your wp-admin panel. From there you will need to go through your settings in order to add new widgets and event handlers. After adding the widget you want to add an action that displays the widget on your site. There are several different actions you can choose from when adding new widgets or handlers, the ones listed below are examples:
The easiest way to integrate Eventbrite into your blog is to have a WordPress connection. The way to do this is to login to your eventbrite site using your Eventbrite account and then add the events and connect eventbrite plugins which are located in your plug-ins directory. Using these two plugins you can display the events from within your WordPress blog using a nice and clean default theme. Finally, another great benefit of using this plugin is that if you change your username in WordPress it will automatically update your user settings in the database, which will update all of your other plugins and make them match.