Event Website Builder Tips and Tricks

Use these tips and tricks to create a functional event landing page.

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Tips and Tricks for Editing

The Event Website Builder is a valuable tool for crafting a distinctive landing page that embodies your brand identity. With this, you can create custom layouts and add unique design elements to your event. In this article, we have outlined some tips and tricks to make your page look amazing!

If this is your first time accessing the Event Website Builder, we highly suggest you check out this other article on how to Navigate the Event Website Builder.

Note: This feature is available only for Enterprise and White Label Plans


Creating a Menu

Adding a top menu on all your pages will allow attendees to navigate to your other pages easily. To ensure that your top menu looks identical for all your pages, add this menu on the first page you create, then duplicate the page instead of creating new ones from scratch. This way, you don't have to re-create the menu and the settings.

In the example above, there are 5 menu items in the Home Page and a button at the end. To make this work, duplicate the page 5 times for the other 4 menu items and the button.

After duplicating, open each page for editing and update the URL on each menu item and button. For example, the URL for the Speaker menu should have the URL for your Speaker Page. This way, when someone clicks that Speaker menu, no matter which page they are in, they will be redirected to the Speaker Page.

While adding the links, make minor changes on each page, like adding text below the menu to easily identify which page you're on. When you're done, activate each page and test it by clicking each menu item.

Pro Tip: If you already determined the last part of the URL for each page, even before duplicating the page, add it to the first page you created. This will save you some time!

Images with a Label to Appear Side by Side

On your page, you may want to feature your speakers' profile picture and name but don't want to want to use the speaker widget necessarily. You can use the Icons element for this. Upload each image to each icon item and add the name to the Icon Text field. Make sure to adjust the text position to the bottom.

Add Anchor Links

You can add anchor links to each section if you have a long page with different sections. Instead of the page visitor scrolling down to a section, they can click a button or a menu item from your page, which will move automatically to that section. In the example below, we added an anchor link to the "Buy Tickets Now" button that should move down to the Registration section at the bottom of the page when clicked.

To do this:

  • Select the page object that should appear on top of the screen when clicking the anchor link. (e.g. Registration Text at the bottom of the page)

  • Enable Block Identifier on the right side menu

  • Change the ID to something that's easier to remember (one word, no spaces)

  • Copy the new ID

  • Select the page object where you want to add the anchor link (e.g. Buy Tickets Now button)

  • Select Internal Link on Link Type

  • Select the ID you created in the Scroll to field

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