Adding an Event

This section should be self-explanatory as the below image shows. Please take not of the lower area which is described below.

Venue: You can create Venues via the Venues area of the Management System once they are created they will appear in the drop down box for selection. This Venue information can alco be made public by selecting the tick box in the options area of the event.

Product: Default option is “No Online Payments” If you are charging for events then these need to be created in the Setup Tab in the top menu. “Setup" will give you access to your shopping cart where you can create your "Product Events” If Event Products have already been created then they will be available form this drop down box to associate with the event.

Options:

Take bookings online: allows the event to be sold through the shopping cart.

Make Venue Public. Allows the venue location to be displayed within the content of the Event.

Save and return to list: to add more events

Save and Continue to Full Text: provides a new page for full event information to be created.

Recurring Events:

To set up a recurring event simply select the end date of the event i.e the following year or a date six month from now. Then select the Day it will be on. i.e Monday. The event will now be recurring over the entire year for the week days you selected.

Please note: that there are two views in the Event Management system. Calendar and List views.
Tthe Calendar view will show all events over the coming year. List view will only show event for the coming month. Your website will allow users to switch between each mode however the default option is the one selected when you added the calender to your site. You do have the option to change this via the Layout TAB from the master navigation in the top right corner of CMS when editing the page. simpley select the correct Management System List or Calander.

To set a Recurring event on multiple days of the week i.e Monday and Wednesday. you will need to create two events. One to recur on Monday and then a second to recur on Tuesday.

 

 

 

 

 

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