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With TicketSignup's ticket event websites, any organization can create a real website for their event(s) with a custom domain or subdomain, built-in security, mobile responsiveness, SEO optimization, and integrated event information.
TicketSignup's Ticket Event Websites look professional yet are simple to manage and update. All websites have template options that can be branded with the colors, images, and logos of your nonprofit. We introduced the ability to bring a custom domain or subdomain to any TicketSignup ticket event website earlier this year. Cover pages take branding to the next level, with an easy point-and-click builder that allows a nonprofit to build a unique landing page for each event.
The key features of cover pages include:
You can begin setting up your Cover Page by navigating to Event >> Event Page >> Cover Page in the Ticket Event Dashboard.
When you first enable your cover page on the dashboard, it will not have any content. You can click the “+” buttons to add content to the Header or start adding multiple content sections:
The header can contain one or more images, as well as a header text, description and an action button.
Setup is intuitive, especially with our new image cropping tool:
The Button has multiple predefined actions, as well as the ability to add a generic URL. The actions include registration, donation, etc.
All the colors are matched from your event website theme colors to match the rest of your site perfectly. You can adjust your theme colors by going to Event >> Event Page >> Event Theme, and select a preset color scheme or create your own. The image can have overlay colors that will help your text and buttons pop on the cover page.
You can add multiple header images and these will appear as sliders, allowing you to have multiple images, headlines and buttons in your header.
You can add as many content sections as you want, and they can either be full width or half width (note in mobile responsive mode, the half width go to full width that are stacked elegantly).
Content is similar to the Header, with the ability to add a Title, Description, Buttons and background images.
Our first intelligent component (more to come like Top Fundraisers) is a Countdown Clock. This shows the power of integrating content with the underlying database driving your event in one website that you and your attendees can use for everything.
To add a countdown clock, select Countdown when you add a new section:
You can create multiple action buttons for common functions in TicketSignup, or links to your own custom actions.
Finally, you can add Video sections by simply putting in a YouTube link. We create a nice cover image and video activation button automatically based on data from YouTube.
You can view your cover page at any time by clicking View Website in the upper righthand corner of your event dashboard: