Subdomain, Landing Pages and Event Registration Form Display

After you have input a sub domain link within the event registration form in Step 5: Publish, below is an example of where you can see where this sub domain displays, the landing page for the event (where entrants can access the event form and see information related to the event) and how the even registration form appears when it is taking online registrations and when it is currently offline.

LANDING PAGE:

To view the landing page:

Within the event you created click on PUBLISH > then click the VIEW LANDING PAGE button.


The landing page can be viewed at any point by members regardless of whether the event form itself is taking registrations or not.

SUB DOMAIN 

The subdomain that you created for the event displays like the following when viewing the event landing page or the event registration form.

You can send this URL out to enrants who can view this landing page that shows dates, sponsors, products, venue etc.

LANDING PAGE:

EVENT REGISTRATION FORM:


EVENT REGISTRATION FORM STATUS:

The following displays are based on what dates you have set as the FORM ACTIVATION and FORM EXPIRY DATE within the event itself.

If an event is currently taking online registrations, the event registration form will appear like the below, where they are able to register.

If an event is not currently taking online registrations, the event registration form will appear like the below where they are not able to register at all. It will show a countdown timer to when registrations are available.