Video Tutorials

If you’re new to Checkfront, or would like a quick refresher of the features available, this brief (7 minute) video walk-through is a great place to start. Once you have a basic idea of how the system works, you will be able to further your knowledge and skill sets by checking out our other tutorial videos (below) and Support Library documentation.

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WordPress is becoming increasingly popular among website developers due to its ease of use and plethora of available plugins to further enhance functionality. One such plugin is Checkfront’s WordPress offering. Once installed, it’s as simple as using a shortcode generator to create a line of code which can be placed wherever you like on your webpage. Sound good? Well, watch this 4 minute tutorial to find out more.


Checkfront also has a Drupal plugin available, should this be your preferred website platform. It works in the same way to WordPress in that all you have to do is install the plugin, generate a shortcode and paste it into your webpage. Easy.


The third platform specific website integration plugin Checkfront offers is for Joomla. Again, it’s just a case of installing, generating a shortcode and pasting that into your webpage.

Feature Tutorials

Seasonal Pricing Configuration

Do you charge the same rates for your accommodation and services all year long? Probably not, right? If that’s the case, then you need to check out the tutorial video below. We’ll show you how to setup your pricing so that can offer different rates to your guests, depending on the time of year they are travelling.

Partner Accounts

New to Checkfront’s lineup of amazing features, Partner accounts are the perfect solution for a business looking to offer commissions to third-party vendors making bookings on their behalf. Follow the guide in this short tutorial video to get started.

Tiered Item Pricing

Tiered pricing is created through the use of rules and events. It enables you to offer pricing changes based on the number of days or nights booked by your customer. For example, you can offer a different rate for bookings between 3 and 5 night than a booking of 1-2 nights.