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Web Checkouts

This section consist of the following subsections:



To create a new checkout use + New Checkout button located at the right top of the page. You will get an option to fill in the following information (note that not all of it is required):

Channel - e.g. Web
Search - if you want to have a search bar on a homepage
Title - you want to have on a homepage
Tagline - a brief description below the title
Description - a brief description below the title
Google UA ID - Universal Analytics ID for google analytics tracking
Test Mode - this means the checkout has a yellow banner on the top that reads Test, and all transactions go through the payment gateway as a test
Custom Domain - an option to pair your website to custom domain you own (we need to redirect the DNS on Cloudflare)
Landing Page - this is for the checkout widget (see There are three different options:

Tickets - the product
Calendar - the dates that you have available
Events - typical for a small operation that has a tour every odd week

Allow gift voucher - to be created in this checkout
Gateway - used for payments

Hide header
Hide footer
Allow checkin
Reseller - to which this checkout belongs to
Header font
Body font
Accent font

(all of the fonts can be uploaded in Supplier Settings)

Note the option to whitelist or blacklist particular destinations, products and categories to make them appear on the website or not.

Featured Category - for products that are featured on the homepage
All Products Category - serves for reordering products in the All Products category on a web checkout (assign a category here and reorder the products in it as usual)

Primary colour - of prices, add to cart button, number of passengers, etc
Secondary colour - of the secondary web elements
Background colour
Link colour
Nav link colour - of the text in a navigation bar at the top
Nav text colour - of the text in a navigation bar at the bottom
Nav bg colour - of the background on both navigation fields
Success text colour
Danger text colour
Warning text colour - of product notices
Info text colour

You may also mark the option to Show powered by Ventrata with a link and login to our websites.

Particular checkout

After a + New Checkout is created, you may open it and see a page with even more customisable details. It’s divided into the following tabs:

Checkout Details
Meta Data
Banner Images
Button Layout
Embedded Layout
Product Links
Custom HTML

Checkout Details

Here you can see a summary of the information filled in when creating a checkout. It’s possible to edit all of them with the Edit Details button in the top right corner.


Here you can customise your checkout visually. You may upload:

Checkout Logo - this is used in the header of your checkout website. Ideally the logo of your company
Video - this is used on the homepage to show your checkout off
Favicon - this is used in the tab of your browser
Banner - this is the main banner on the homepage of your website
Skyline - this is used on the footer of the page

Meta Data

This is for SEO purposes.


Claims allow you to create text bar with a pop-up window below the navigation bar of particular product. You just need to use + New Claim:

Title - written on the text bar
Icon - used in front of the title (we use font-awesome, so you can Google the icons - they usually start with fa-, so fa-camera etc)
Description - the text in the pop-up window
Products - where the claim is used

Banner Images

This allows you to upload a Banner Image for your homepage, you may even add a Title, Caption and Url to it.

In general, there are two different layouts:

Button Layout - in button layout mode you can copy in the following line of code and a button will appear within your existing website allowing customers to book tickets without ever leaving your site:

Simply copy and paste the below code to your website's HTML where you'd like the button to appear.

<script src="" data-layout="embed" data-color="#FFFF00" data-token="YOqmTwW1FjAft6mb-EbirA"></script>

Embedded Layout - In embedded mode the checkout is embedded directly within your website's existing content. This not only looks great, but also immediately gives the customer an overview of your products and prices.

Simply copy and paste the above code into your website's HTML where you'd like the checkout to appear.


This allows you to customise your navigation bar.

To create a new navigation use + New Nav buttom and set the following:

Title - of the navigation
Parent Navigation - you may put another navigations under this one to make a dropdown menu
Header / Footer - where on the page does the link appear

You also need to choose the path for the navigation:

Page - a particular static page created in checkout
Article - such as a blog post
Redirect - to a custom web page according to URL
Destinations - assign a navigation to a particular destination

Links to specific web pages are displayed below the Add to Cart button on a product page. You just need to set Title, URL of desired page and the affected products.


This is in case you need to have a page redirected to another. Say you’re migrating from a previous web. Or if you’ve had a long running promotion for it to appear on web searches and have decided to remove it. So that search engines don’t penalise you, we have this to automatically redirect (using 301 redirects).

Clear All, Export and Import buttons added to all key-value tables, like redirects. Will allow you to bulk set / change redirects in future without the need for a dashboard migration.

Custom HTML

This allows you to use a custom HTML editing of a checkout.


Here you can create custom web page for your web checkout. Hit + New Page button and set:

Checkout - to which page belongs
Destination - to which page belongs
Available languages - multilingual options
Active - makes the page active or inactive
Show header - whether it will be shown in a header
Show footer - whether it will be shown in a footer
Title - of the page
Destinations - this will assign a navigation to a particular destination
Meta - this is for SEO purposes
Body - custom HTML editing


This is similar to Pages, but it’s more like a blog post. Hit + New Article and set:

Available language

If you open particular Article, you may even upload Cover Image.

You may also create + New Recomendation with:

Tickets url


This was meant to be something like articles except indexed by date, so we could show it in a calendar. It’s not used currently, anyway you can create a new Event by + New Event button, it needs:

Available languages

Updated on: 12/01/2024

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