How to Create Listing and Search Pages

Last updated: February 26, 2020

Create Listing or Search Pages to collate/group together similar events onto one page, accessible to Invitees via a single URL.

Learn about Listing and Search Pages, as well as Custom Pages, see our Pages Overview. 

Page Creation

Navigate to the Pages view on the left-hand navigation of your account dashboard.

Screenshot: account dashboard with Pages option hightlighted.

Click on Pages, and a list of available Pages on your portal will appear.

In the list of existing Pages you will see basic information about each, including name, creation date, Organizer, and Page type. To the right you have options to view, copy the page link URL, or create a copy of the selected Page.

Screenshot of Pages listing view on the EventBuilder portal.

To create a new Page, click on the orange 'Create New Page' button

Screenshot: Create New Page button highlighted.

 


Listing Page Creation

Select the Listing Page option:

Screenshot: Create Page dialog with Listing Page radio button highlighted.

Upon selecting the Listing Page option, the following dialog appears:

Screenshot: Pages customization options, including custom URL, browser title, banner image, and description.

Here, Organizers can customize the look of the Page:

  • Enter a custom URL - Required
  • Enter Browser Title - wording on a browser's tab
  • Upload or select a Banner Image - Recommended dimensions: 1400 px width.
  • Description - Create a description of events being offered through the Listing Page. Note: the Description area is a fully customizable WYSIWYG-style editor that supports HTML, images, iFrame, and CSS stylesheet class attributes.

Select or create an Event Tag:

Screenshot: Tags drop-down menu for selecting or creating Tags

Tags must be added to each Event that you want to appear in the Listing Page and need to match exactly in order to be shown to Invitees. 

Learn more about Tags.

Next, select from the following options: 

Screenshot: Page customization options, including description, banner image, registration efficiencies, and source tracking.

  • Remove Events option: Selected by default. Deselecting this option results in the event displaying "No Archive Available" on the page.
  • Enable Registration Efficiencies - Allows Invitees to enter their information a single time and register for all of their selected events at once. 
  • Default Event Sort - Events may be sorted on the Listing Page by Event Title, Event Date Ascending, or Event Date Descending
  • Display Type - Organizers have the option to display events in either a table-style or card-style:
Screenshot: Listing Pages display type examples: Table-style and Card-style.
      • Source Tracking - Organizers can add an unlimited number of unique registration URLs for each of their channels and segments used to invite Attendees.

Search Page Creation

Select Search Page:

Screenshot: Screenshot: Create Page dialog with Search Page radio button highlighted.
Creating Search Pages mirrors the creation of Listing Pages, with the following added options: 

Screenshot: Search Filter Settings for Search Page creation.

Search Filter Settings provide Organizers the flexibility to broaden or narrow Invitee search results and sort them. Choices for filtering include:

Tags - Invitees can search for events by specific Tags that Organizers have chosen to include.
Event Type - Enabling the Event Type filter provides Invitees with results based on the types of events Organizers have made available, such as On-Demand, Streaming Mode, etc.
Start Date/End Date - Enabling Search Start Date and/or Search End Date sorts results accordingly, so Invitees can see quickly when the event(s) they are interested in are occurring.

Search Page example:

Screenshot: Example of a Search Page including results.


Custom Pages

Custom Pages are available for Organizers to create a standalone web page with custom content related to their company and/or events, provide links to a Listing and/or Search Page to help direct Invitees or provide additional information, and more. Html, images, video content, and style sheets are all supported.



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