Manual integration

Either link to our site or load and launch some Javascript that displays our popup or side loader.

Link to our site

This is the most basic option. Just create a link to our servers:

<a href="https://tickets.voordemensen.nl/demo/">Tickets</a>

You can add /event/event_id to directly link to a specific main or sub event:

<a href="https://tickets.voordemensen.nl/demo/event/95">Tickets for our Demo event</a>

Calendar

Or add /cal to display a calendar-view of your events:

<a href="https://tickets.voordemensen.nl/demo/cal">Calendar</a>

Optionally add a main event_id to the UR to only get specific events in the calendar:

https://tickets.voordemensen.nl/demo/cal/220

Obviously this all will take the user completely from your site.

Javascript front or side loader

You can keep the user on your site with our popup or side loader. First you load some Javascript from our site, then call a Javascript-function to activate.

For the side loader add this Javascript to your HTML:

<script src="https://tickets.voordemensen.nl/client_name/event/vdm_sideloader.js"></script>

For the popup loader add this Javascript to your HTML:

<script src="https://tickets.voordemensen.nl/client_name/event/vdm_loader.js"></script>

Don't forget to replace "client_name" in the above line to your client_name, for example: brakkegrond.

Now you can invoke the functions in the script:

vdm_order(order_id)
vdm_calendar()

So if you have an event with event_id 95 you can launch the order screen like this:

<a href="javascript:vdm_order(95)">Order now</a>

Optionally you can add a session_id to the vdm_order function, this will smooth the user-experience in case of cross-domain-cookie/session difficulties. If your site runs PHP it could look like this:

vdm_order(95,<?=session_id()?>)

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