I have been trying to integrate Ticketweb into a promoters website an still find it baffling that this company exists on the internet. Every other ticket service is able to do it (enven iFrames would be nice).
The promoter is a major promoter and so quite invested in Ticketweb making moving unfeasible. Not good for an industry.
There site itself is also a fine pice of vintage web design.
My local FedEx depo is in some remote village with useless opening times, and no way of reposing elsewhere.
I live in a city centre: https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=Guildford+St,+Brighton,+BN1+3,+UK&hl=en&sll=50.828537,-0.142881&sspn=0.007143,0.017767&t=v&hnear=Guildford+St,+Brighton,+The+City+of+Brighton+and+Hove+BN1,+United+Kingdom&z=16
and the depo!: https://maps.google.co.uk/maps?q=fedex+brighton&hl=en&ll=50.959699,-0.18365&spn=0.113962,0.284271&sll=50.828178,-0.142809&sspn=0.007143,0.017767&t=v&hq=fedex&hnear=Brighton,+The+City+of+Brighton+and+Hove,+United+Kingdom&z=12&iwloc=A
Not even reachable by train.
Which lead be to try and re-post it somewhere else, something which is apparently not possible to do.
The whole web site thingamajigger works a treat (I'm a developer so usually fussy)
Annoyingly FedEx are making is complicated to collect and are based know where near where I live, so maybe another option for delivery would be nice.
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