Returns the page describing the bookings for a single event. Accepts the following arguments:

  • id: the ID of the event you want to show the bookings for. See also the examples below.
  • template_id, template_id_header, template_id_footer (optional): use a predefined format template for the booking list header, footer or list entry, instead of the default settings configured. See http://www.e-dynamics.be/wordpress/?cat=51. Because the bookings 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 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.firstname ASC, bookings.booking_id ASC”.

See the doc concerning RSVP mails for the placeholders you can use in the templates for this shortcode.

[eme_bookings id=1 template_id=3 template_id_header=7 template_id_footer=9]
Or, when using it inside a single event format:
[eme_bookings 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_bookings template_id=3 template_id_header=7 template_id_footer=9]