Returns a list of attendees for a single event. Accepts the following arguments:

  • id: the ID of the event you want to show the attendees for. See also the example below.
  • template_id, template_id_header, template_id_footer (optional): use a predefined format template for the attendee list header, footer or list entry, instead of the default settings configured. See http://www.e-dynamics.be/wordpress/?cat=51. Because the attendees returned are a list, you can define specific templates for the header, footer and an entry in that list.
  • rsvp_status can be used to show only bookings with a certain approval status (approved, pending, all). Values: 0=all, 1=approved, 2=pending 3=awaiting user confirmation. Default: 0
  • paid_status: only show attendees with bookings with a specific payment status (paid, unpaid, all). Values: 0=all, 1=unpaid, 2=paid. Default: 0
  • order: defines the order in which attendees are shown. The default order corresponds to “people.lastname ASC, people.firsname ASC”.

In the templates for this shortcode, the standard placeholders for events AND the extra placeholders mentioned below can be used:

  • #_ATTENDNAME displays the name of the attendee.
  • #_ATTENDEMAIL displays the e-mail address of the attendee.
  • #_ATTENDPHONE displays the phone of the attendee.
  • #_ATTENDID displays the numerical ID of the attendee.
  • #_ATTENDSEATS displays the total amount of seats booked by the attendee.

[eme_attendees id=1 template_id=3 template_id_header=7 template_id_footer=9]
Or, when using it inside a single event format:
[eme_attendees id=#_EVENTID template_id=3 template_id_header=7 template_id_footer=9]
In the case of using it inside a single event format, the id is in fact optional, so this is also valid:
[eme_attendees template_id=3 template_id_header=7 template_id_footer=9]