What is the widget?
Why use the widget instead of the Tito event homepage?
For more control over appearance/branding:
Whilst it's possible to customise the appearance of Tito's event homepages, if you want full control over how your event page looks or to keep visitors on your own website while they are registering tickets then you may want to use the widget on your own website. The widget lets you embed your event registration form seamlessly with custom CSS. You can also embed a single button which will open up the registration form in a pop-up.
For more advanced tracking support:
On Tito event homepages the number of page views and visitors are automatically counted but if you want to do more advanced tracking, for example to integrate with third party apps like Google Analytics, Facebook, etc. then you will need to use the widget. There are plugins you can enable which will automatically integrate with Google Analytics, Facebook and Trialfire. However if you use other analytics apps or your own custom tracking solution then you can hook into Tito's widget callbacks to track when specific events occur e.g. to send e-commerce tracking data when an order is completed.
How do I set it up?
To embed the widget in your site, just copy and paste the following HTML snippet, making sure to change the event path to the appropriate event path for your event:
<!-- place this in your head tag -->
<script src="https://js.tito.io/v2" async></script>
<!-- Place this where you want the widget to appear -->
In the simplest case that's all you need, but there are plenty more things you can do with the widget. For a full list of features, instructions and examples please see our complete widget docs.
Is there a Wordpress plugin?
Yes, you can easily install the widget on your Wordpress site with this plugin.
Where can I find out more and read the docs?
You can find out more about the widget at https://ti.to/docs/api/widget