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Chaning a Website Page to Registration Process

  • 1.  Chaning a Website Page to Registration Process

    Posted 03-06-2020 16:21
    ​Has anyone moved a webpage they created to be part of the registration process.  Our event will have two registration types: employee and sponsors.  We have information regarding expenses for both registration types, however; they are slightly different.  My goal was to possibly set up a registration path that only an expense page for only employees and one only for our sponsors.  Any help and feedback if you've done this would be great.


    Jennifer Garcia
    Executive Administrative Assistant

  • 2.  RE: Chaning a Website Page to Registration Process

    Posted 03-12-2020 12:05
    Yes, if you are using flex it's pretty easy. In the Site Designer, make sure you are editing the employee registration path on the left-hand toolbar. Under the registration pages, click on the + to add a page. You can then drag this to wherever you want in the registration process. You can add any text boxes or other elements from the Build menu on the right

    Shannon Harrison
    Event Manager

  • 3.  RE: Chaning a Website Page to Registration Process

    Posted 03-18-2020 05:38
    Alternatively, you can add the information to a page within the post-registration folder.
    These pages can easily seen by all attendees after they have registered to ensure ease of access, but can be differentiated based on the registration path.

    Jessica McNulty
    Event Coordinator
    Quadrant Events Ltd

  • 4.  RE: Chaning a Website Page to Registration Process

    Posted 03-19-2020 14:21
    If the registration process (contact information, questions, etc.) is the same for your employees and sponsors and the only difference is what information they see on an expense page, you don't need to create a separate registration path. You can control page visibility by clicking on page settings and turning on the option to "Limit page visibility by registration type", then selecting which registration type(s) should see that page. You would need to create 2 pages - one for employees and one for sponsors, but they could still use the same registration path to complete their registration details.

    Angela Le
    Cleveland, OH, USA

  • 5.  RE: Chaning a Website Page to Registration Process

    Posted 03-25-2020 20:21
    One more option is to create an if/then statement. I use it all the time to display hotel info in the confirmation, but only to those who have a hotel reserved. Those without a hotel reservation get a different message. In this case, you could use the registration type, (or an answer to a previous question) to give people different messages. It might look like this:


    Let me know if you need more info.

    Amy Drotar
    Global Meetings Manager