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What pages are included in a registration website?

Your registration website consists of 5 basic elements:

  1. The Landing Page
  2. The Registration Page
  3. The Confirmation Page
  4. The Confirmation Email Message
  5. The Invitation Email Message

Of course, there are other pages and email messages associated with each event, but the above 5 are typical of all events. The screen shots below are taken from a single registration website so that you can see how the look and feel is carried out across all website elements. rsvpBOOK is capable of creating some very nice and very professional event presentations to your customers and clients.

1. The Landing Page

This is the first page a registrant sees when they click your Event URL link.

2. The Registration Page

This page captures all registrant information and submits the registration.

3. The Confirmation Page

This is the Thank You for Registering page; it reflects all of the information that the registrant submitted.

4. The Confirmation Email Message

This email message is automatically sent to the registrant when they register. You may customize it with your text and images.

5. The Invitation Email Message

You create this message using templates and send it to your contact list.

2 Comments

Sandy Schell-Dieterr

There are always 2 sessions. The "Time" indicated 1 long session. Would it be possible to state 8:00 am and 10:00 am instead of 8:00 to 11:15?

Nelson Greene

If you only have 2 sessions, then hide the event's time altogether. The only "times" on the event's pages would be a time associated with each session.

See this article:
http://help.rsvpbook.com/s/3706/m/10216/l/106732-how-do-i-change-the-event-time

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