Your Eventsquid event website is the perfect balance between a templated and custom website. While our system offers a clean and structured layout, Eventsquid offers options to customize your site in a number of ways.
- Change button names & colors
- Hide unnecessary panels
- Create a page background
- Set photo and video upload permissions
Let's walk through the main functionalities of the Event Display Options page.
In this section, you can choose which elements on your event website to display and which to hide. Simply check the "Hide" box if you don't want the element to appear on your event website.
You can also change the text label of the various buttons on your event website, include social media buttons for sharing and alter the appearance of items on your registration form.
You can change the color of most registration buttons on your event website. Click on the color box next to the color block you want to change.
Eventsquid gives you the option to change button and general registration elements on your site with ease.
The system allows you to use any color. In the color selector, click on the vertical color bar first. Then in the larger square, click on the color you like. You will notice a different code (e.g., #1284dd) appears each time you click in a different space. If you know the HEX code for your color, enter it. Once you have the color you like, click Select.
You can enhance the look of your registration form by adding a background image and/or changing the page title background. The background image format needs to be JPG, GIF OR PNG and at least 1250px x 1000px.
You can also select one of our stock images to serve as your background.
This section allows you to set who can post photos or videos to your event website.
The forwarding options contained within the DISPLAY OPTIONS area gives you flexibility to add a navigation button to one event listing that leads to another event listing you have.
You may wish to use this feature if you want to separate registration for volunteers, for example. In the example below, the client wished to have banquet tickets for the general public on a different listing, (with different promotional copy and images), so they made a button that led to the "Banquet Event" with the ticket purchase panel.