After all, if your sole purpose is to play a video inside any article, this plugin is more than enough for it, no need to bother about installing any modules or components. Another advantage is the support for a large variety of video types.
When a user has booked and confirmed a slot on a calendar date, and the admin clicks the Manage Diaries and selects that timeslot for the calendar date, the resulting page must have shown the user details. But currently it is showing a form to add the user details.
In other words, how can the admin see the user details who have booked the timeslots?
Thanks for the review.
The user appointment details that match a given timeslot and date are generally displayed in the admin calendar. The main reason they aren't is usually to do with timezone problems.
There are two places you need to make sure the timezone is set and they need to match for correct operation in the back end:
1) In the PBBooking Configuration to a supported PHP timezone - see the list here.... http://php.net/manual/en/timezones.php
2) In the Joomla Configuration to a supported UTC offset.
Eg. for me in Australia my PBBooking config has timezone Australia/Brisbane and my Joomla config is UTC+10.
If you are still having a problem with this raise a support ticket at:
and I will see if I can get it sorted out for you.
The only minus i see is that the css is not handled well, and you need some css knowledge to customise the form, like adding a background color, and adjusting the font sizes of the form fields. But overall, the functionality is good and satisfying.