Pages in Grenadine define the menu items users will see while interacting with your Event Website. With Grenadine’s Pages, you have control over who can see and access information on your Event Website. Grenadine Pages are split into 2 functional categories: Public and Non-Public.
Public pages are those which can be seen by every visitor of your Event Website, meaning there are no authentication requirements to view Public pages. These pages correlate to menu items in the light background, Conference menu of your Event Website. Public pages consist of default built-in Pages defined by Grenadine:
- Call for Submissions
As well as Public custom Pages defined by you. From Grenadine Admin, you have the control over your Conference menu on sites. You can use our drag-and-drop sort icon to position custom Pages, as well as show or hide built-in Pages as needed.
Non-Public Pages in Grenadine are Pages which require some authentication to view. These Pages are displayed as menu items in the dark background, User menu of your Event Website. For Non-Public Pages, you have the ability to restrict who sees the relevant menu items on your Event Website. You have the following visibility options for Non-Public Pages: logged in users (Logged-in), registered attendees of your event (Event attendee), or event organizers only (Organizer). Non-Public Pages consist of default built-in Pages:
- My Account
- My Schedule
As well as Logged-in, Event attendee, and Organizer visibility custom Pages defined by you. From Grenadine Admin, you can use the drag-and-drop sort icon to position custom Pages, as well as show or hide built-in Pages for your Event Website’s User menu.
Editing Page Configurations
Once you have defined the visibility and order of Pages relevant to your Event Website, you can configure Page options directly from the Event Website. Whether you are in the Public or Non-Public Pages table, locate the Edit page configurations column. The edit link in this column will take you directly to the Edit Canvas relevant to the Site’s Page. The Edit Canvas can be accessed from Event Websites by logging in as an Event Organizer and locating the Edit Page button in the User menu, or by following the Edit link from either Pages table on Admin. Edit Canvas is available for all Pages on Event Websites.
From the Admin Pages tables, you can decide whether to show or hide built-in Pages. To configure Page options, you can utilize the Edit Canvas on the Event Website to show and hide page elements, define custom text, and more.
From Admin, you can define the setup of your custom Pages such as who can view the Page, when the Page should be displayed, and contents of the Page. If you are using an external URL for your custom Page, you can input the URL from the Edit popup on Pages tables. To define custom HTML, you can build your custom Page directly on the Event Website’s Edit Canvas for the respective Page.