How to: Create an Event Page
January 21, 2021
An event page is used to inform users of a single or reoccurring event's details such as location, date, time, and other information related to the instance.
Creating an Event Page
- From the Content dashboard, click the Add Content button.
- From the list of available Content types, select Event for it to be created.
- A new Event page will display in Edit Mode where the user can start populating page content.
Event Page Fields
- Title – Name of the event.
- Image – Image that will be displayed alongside the title of the event.
- Date & Time – Details of the dates and times for the event.
- Occurrence – A dropdown select that allows the event to exist on a single date and time or to reoccur weekly, biweekly, or monthly.
- Start Date – Date at which the event will occur.
- End Date – Date at which the event will end (please note that this field is only required if the event is reoccurring).
- Start Time – Time at which the event will occur.
- End Time – Time at which the event will end.
- Intro Title – A brief description of the event that will display below the title of the event.
- Body – The main content of the event page.
- Price – An optional field that is used to display the cost of an event (if the event is free, the field can remain empty or set as $0.00).
- Event Type – Used to categorize the type of event on event calendars, event listing pages, and/or dynamic feeds, as well as in some cases used as a tag that will be displayed on the event page and/or event card.
- Event Location – Used to identify where the event will take place. This will be displayed on the event page, event cards, and for the filtering options on event calendars/listing pages. The location of the event will be be selected based on predefined taxonomy and/or manual creation.
- Contact – The method of contact for those inquiring or have questions about the event details - e.g., Email, Phone Number, Office, etc.
- Registration – If the event requires registration, this is where that information will be defined.