Tickera comes with very flexible yet easy to use, drag and drop ticket template builder which allows you to create a ticket that suits your needs perfectly. Although we believe that as soon as you start working in it you'll find it pretty self explanatory, we will go through all the options that ticket template builder is offering.
When you first visit Ticket Templates section of Tickera, you will be presented with the table that contains an overview of all of the existing ticket templates (1). If you are starting fresh with Tickera, it is perfectly normal to find only the Default one which is just an example (and is not very exciting).
The true magic, however, lies in the Add New button (2) by which you can start building your very own, personalized ticket template. Once you click Add New, ticket template builder page will load which looks like this:
So, let's dig in what do we have here...
Most specific of all the elements is the Google Map element which offers a field for entering coordinates or address, size of the map, zoom level and map type.
Now, after reading all of this but before you roll up your sleeves and start creating your first ticket template, we suggest you to read our post about all the ins and outs of the ticket check-in at the door where ticket template layout plays crucial role and can be deciding make or break factor for the check-in process.
* Sometimes PDF tickets cannot be generated which usually means that server doesn't allow retrieving an image (event logo, sponsor logo or background) via an absolute address. So you have to set the relative one like /wp-content/uploads/2015/08/instead of www.yoursite.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/ However, if that is not the case, please check whether the images used on your ticket template are somewhat too large. Suggested resolution for images used on ticket template is 150 DPI and within reasonable size not larger than document size. If any of these suggested solutions doesn't work, feel free to contact our support team at support.tickera.com
Note: If you intend using Cyrillic lettering in your ticket template, please download, install and activate this add-on. Otherwise, ticket template will load question marks instead of the letters. Also, if you intend using Custom Ticket Template Fonts add-on, it is important to install it AFTER installation of the add-on used for enabling Cyrillic lettering.