Customizing the My Registration Pages in Classic Events

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Like Rome, all roads lead to the My Registration pages. Everyone who registers will end up here. Containing everything from confirmation numbers to travel details, these pages serve as a hub for your invitees to review, modify, or cancel their registration.

1 Customizing the Confirmation Page. The first page a registrant will see after registering is the Confirmation page. To customize what displays, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If applicable, select a path.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Click the right most tab, Confirmation, then Edit.

Everything under the Action column appears on your confirmation page. Click Add Action... to add other options.

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Select the action. To move it to a different category, click the User-added image button and drag it under another section. Fields cannot be reordered. This option only moves between different categories.
 
NOTE: If you're using the Appointments tool, make sure to add the Manage Appointments action so attendees will have access to their personal agendas.
Customize the text by typing in the fields below the Label column. Accidentally add an action? Click the User-added image to remove it.

In the Event Display Options section, establish which event details will display on the page. Do the same in the Contact Display section.

2 Display additional pages. To display the additional pages that appear in the My Registration Page section, select Yes next to the page, then decide what will display for your registrants.

 
NOTE: Additional pages may include the My Agenda, My Answers, and My Travel Pages, along with the Feedback Survey. Your options will differ depending on what's turned on in your event.

Do this for all of the pages you want to appear. Click Save.

3 Customize the page text. To edit any of the pages' text, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Pages.

In the Post Registration section, click the name of the page you want to edit. Your customizing options will vary depending on the page selected.

Use the text boxes to rename the Page Title (what appears in the link that opens the page on the event website) and Window Title (what appears at the top of your browser when viewing this page). For the confirmation page, you can also edit the name of the tab that these options will appear in.
 
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Change any of the section headers by clicking Edit Section and typing in the Section Header Text field. To remove the header entirely, switch "Display section header" to No. Add content in the HTML Editor. Once you're done, click OK.

Don't forget to save on the original page as well.


 

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Like Rome, all roads lead to the My Registration pages. Everyone who registers will end up here. Containing everything from confirmation numbers to travel details, these pages serve as a hub for your invitees to review, modify, or cancel their registration.

1 Customizing the Confirmation Page. The first page a registrant will see after registering is the Confirmation page. To customize what displays, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If applicable, select a path.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Click the right most tab, Confirmation, then Edit.

Everything under the Action column appears on your confirmation page. Click Add Action... to add other options.

User-added image

Select the action. To move it to a different category, click the User-added image button and drag it under another section. Fields cannot be reordered. This option only moves between different categories.
 
NOTE: If you're using the Appointments tool, make sure to add the Manage Appointments action so attendees will have access to their personal agendas.
Customize the text by typing in the fields below the Label column. Accidentally add an action? Click the User-added image to remove it.

In the Event Display Options section, establish which event details will display on the page. Do the same in the Contact Display section.

2 Display additional pages. To display the additional pages that appear in the My Registration Page section, select Yes next to the page, then decide what will display for your registrants.

 
NOTE: Additional pages may include the My Agenda, My Answers, and My Travel Pages, along with the Feedback Survey. Your options will differ depending on what's turned on in your event.

Do this for all of the pages you want to appear. Click Save.

3 Customize the page text. To edit any of the pages' text, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Pages.

In the Post Registration section, click the name of the page you want to edit. Your customizing options will vary depending on the page selected.

Use the text boxes to rename the Page Title (what appears in the link that opens the page on the event website) and Window Title (what appears at the top of your browser when viewing this page). For the confirmation page, you can also edit the name of the tab that these options will appear in.
 
User-added image

Change any of the section headers by clicking Edit Section and typing in the Section Header Text field. To remove the header entirely, switch "Display section header" to No. Add content in the HTML Editor. Once you're done, click OK.

Don't forget to save on the original page as well.


 

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Like Rome, all roads lead to the My Registration pages. Everyone who registers will end up here. Containing everything from confirmation numbers to travel details, these pages serve as a hub for your invitees to review, modify, or cancel their registration.

1 Customizing the Confirmation Page. The first page a registrant will see after registering is the Confirmation page. To customize what displays, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If applicable, select a path.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Click the right most tab, Confirmation, then Edit.

Everything under the Action column appears on your confirmation page. Click Add Action... to add other options.

User-added image

Select the action. To move it to a different category, click the User-added image button and drag it under another section. Fields cannot be reordered. This option only moves between different categories.
 
NOTE: If you're using the Appointments tool, make sure to add the Manage Appointments action so attendees will have access to their personal agendas.
Customize the text by typing in the fields below the Label column. Accidentally add an action? Click the User-added image to remove it.

In the Event Display Options section, establish which event details will display on the page. Do the same in the Contact Display section.

2 Display additional pages. To display the additional pages that appear in the My Registration Page section, select Yes next to the page, then decide what will display for your registrants.

 
NOTE: Additional pages may include the My Agenda, My Answers, and My Travel Pages, along with the Feedback Survey. Your options will differ depending on what's turned on in your event.

Do this for all of the pages you want to appear. Click Save.

3 Customize the page text. To edit any of the pages' text, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Pages.

In the Post Registration section, click the name of the page you want to edit. Your customizing options will vary depending on the page selected.

Use the text boxes to rename the Page Title (what appears in the link that opens the page on the event website) and Window Title (what appears at the top of your browser when viewing this page). For the confirmation page, you can also edit the name of the tab that these options will appear in.
 
User-added image

Change any of the section headers by clicking Edit Section and typing in the Section Header Text field. To remove the header entirely, switch "Display section header" to No. Add content in the HTML Editor. Once you're done, click OK.

Don't forget to save on the original page as well.


 

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Like Rome, all roads lead to the My Registration pages. Everyone who registers will end up here. Containing everything from confirmation numbers to travel details, these pages serve as a hub for your invitees to review, modify, or cancel their registration.

1 Customizing the Confirmation Page. The first page a registrant will see after registering is the Confirmation page. To customize what displays, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If applicable, select a path.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Click the right most tab, Confirmation, then Edit.

Everything under the Action column appears on your confirmation page. Click Add Action... to add other options.

User-added image

Select the action. To move it to a different category, click the User-added image button and drag it under another section. Fields cannot be reordered. This option only moves between different categories.
 
NOTE: If you're using the Appointments tool, make sure to add the Manage Appointments action so attendees will have access to their personal agendas.
Customize the text by typing in the fields below the Label column. Accidentally add an action? Click the User-added image to remove it.

In the Event Display Options section, establish which event details will display on the page. Do the same in the Contact Display section.

2 Display additional pages. To display the additional pages that appear in the My Registration Page section, select Yes next to the page, then decide what will display for your registrants.

 
NOTE: Additional pages may include the My Agenda, My Answers, and My Travel Pages, along with the Feedback Survey. Your options will differ depending on what's turned on in your event.

Do this for all of the pages you want to appear. Click Save.

3 Customize the page text. To edit any of the pages' text, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Pages.

In the Post Registration section, click the name of the page you want to edit. Your customizing options will vary depending on the page selected.

Use the text boxes to rename the Page Title (what appears in the link that opens the page on the event website) and Window Title (what appears at the top of your browser when viewing this page). For the confirmation page, you can also edit the name of the tab that these options will appear in.
 
User-added image

Change any of the section headers by clicking Edit Section and typing in the Section Header Text field. To remove the header entirely, switch "Display section header" to No. Add content in the HTML Editor. Once you're done, click OK.

Don't forget to save on the original page as well.


 

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Like Rome, all roads lead to the My Registration pages. Everyone who registers will end up here. Containing everything from confirmation numbers to travel details, these pages serve as a hub for your invitees to review, modify, or cancel their registration.

1 Customizing the Confirmation Page. The first page a registrant will see after registering is the Confirmation page. To customize what displays, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If applicable, select a path.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Click the right most tab, Confirmation, then Edit.

Everything under the Action column appears on your confirmation page. Click Add Action... to add other options.

User-added image

Select the action. To move it to a different category, click the User-added image button and drag it under another section. Fields cannot be reordered. This option only moves between different categories.
 
NOTE: If you're using the Appointments tool, make sure to add the Manage Appointments action so attendees will have access to their personal agendas.
Customize the text by typing in the fields below the Label column. Accidentally add an action? Click the User-added image to remove it.

In the Event Display Options section, establish which event details will display on the page. Do the same in the Contact Display section.

2 Display additional pages. To display the additional pages that appear in the My Registration Page section, select Yes next to the page, then decide what will display for your registrants.

 
NOTE: Additional pages may include the My Agenda, My Answers, and My Travel Pages, along with the Feedback Survey. Your options will differ depending on what's turned on in your event.

Do this for all of the pages you want to appear. Click Save.

3 Customize the page text. To edit any of the pages' text, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Pages.

In the Post Registration section, click the name of the page you want to edit. Your customizing options will vary depending on the page selected.

Use the text boxes to rename the Page Title (what appears in the link that opens the page on the event website) and Window Title (what appears at the top of your browser when viewing this page). For the confirmation page, you can also edit the name of the tab that these options will appear in.
 
User-added image

Change any of the section headers by clicking Edit Section and typing in the Section Header Text field. To remove the header entirely, switch "Display section header" to No. Add content in the HTML Editor. Once you're done, click OK.

Don't forget to save on the original page as well.


 

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Like Rome, all roads lead to the My Registration pages. Everyone who registers will end up here. Containing everything from confirmation numbers to travel details, these pages serve as a hub for your invitees to review, modify, or cancel their registration.

1 Customizing the Confirmation Page. The first page a registrant will see after registering is the Confirmation page. To customize what displays, select your event. Hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Settings. If applicable, select a path.

The Basic Settings tab opens by default. Click the right most tab, Confirmation, then Edit.

Everything under the Action column appears on your confirmation page. Click Add Action... to add other options.

User-added image

Select the action. To move it to a different category, click the User-added image button and drag it under another section. Fields cannot be reordered. This option only moves between different categories.
 
NOTE: If you're using the Appointments tool, make sure to add the Manage Appointments action so attendees will have access to their personal agendas.
Customize the text by typing in the fields below the Label column. Accidentally add an action? Click the User-added image to remove it.

In the Event Display Options section, establish which event details will display on the page. Do the same in the Contact Display section.

2 Display additional pages. To display the additional pages that appear in the My Registration Page section, select Yes next to the page, then decide what will display for your registrants.

 
NOTE: Additional pages may include the My Agenda, My Answers, and My Travel Pages, along with the Feedback Survey. Your options will differ depending on what's turned on in your event.

Do this for all of the pages you want to appear. Click Save.

3 Customize the page text. To edit any of the pages' text, hover over Website & Registration and, under Registration, click Registration Pages.

In the Post Registration section, click the name of the page you want to edit. Your customizing options will vary depending on the page selected.

Use the text boxes to rename the Page Title (what appears in the link that opens the page on the event website) and Window Title (what appears at the top of your browser when viewing this page). For the confirmation page, you can also edit the name of the tab that these options will appear in.
 
User-added image

Change any of the section headers by clicking Edit Section and typing in the Section Header Text field. To remove the header entirely, switch "Display section header" to No. Add content in the HTML Editor. Once you're done, click OK.

Don't forget to save on the original page as well.


 

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