Most individual snippets of text on function pages can be personalized or modified using Message Management.
Each Message is numbered. The numbers can be seen on the public site, found on the list and updated.
Finding the Message Number
OPTION 1: To find the message number for the item you want to update, go to the page on the events website and add the following parameter to the end of the URL:
- If there is a question mark (?) in the URL, then add the parameter to the end of the URL starting with an ampersand (&): &showmsg=1
- If there is not a question mark (?), then add the parameter starting with a question mark (?):
This will turn the message numbers on for the one page, only on your browser. For example:
OPTION 2: Alternatively, you can show ALL messages on the event website by visiting Events>Event Settings>Message Management and check the ‘Show message number on public site’ checkbox at the top of the page.
Then go to your public site, and find the text that you would like to change. There will be a message number near the text, at the start of the message.
Messages contain configurable content for the public site. Message content may be text, images, or code snippets. The most commonly changed items are the functional page static text.
How to Edit a Message
Events > Event Settings > Content - Message Management
To edit a message, locate the correct message number and click on it. HINT: Use the browser search function to easily find the message number (Ctrl + F).
The page that opens up will look like this:
To update or change the content, type or paste the new content into the message text box. The WYSiWYG [What You See is What You Get] tools to format the text, or click on the HTML button to edit formatting if desired. Click Save to keep the changes, or Cancel to revert.