3. Template Types

Geneva

  1. In general, Geneva contains a full screen background image that flexes across all devices with interactive tiles for delegates to navigate to any chosen section of the site.
  2. There are four different variations for you to choose from:
    a. Vertical logo with video
    b. Horizontal logo with video
    c. Vertical with countdown
    d. Horizontal with countdown
Vertical and Horizontal Logos with Videos
  1. On these templates, you can add a background and header image which will appear as your logo.
  2. The logo will appear as vertical or horizontal depending on the template that you choose.
  3. You can add an introduction to your page which will appear as a long section of content covering multiple lines at the top of the page. You can also set the text colour of your Introduction.
  4. You can then link a video, which you must first upload to your Video Library bank in the Dashboard. To find out how to do this, click here.
  5. On these templates, you’re able to add a Primary Action. Essentially, it is a short block of text which you can link to a different Module within your Event App. For example, you can add ‘Check out clips from last year’s event’ and link this text to your Video-on-Demand module page. You can also set the text colour of your Primary Action to make it pop!
  6. Finally, you can add an unlimited number of widgets to your page. For each widget, all you need is the name, an image, and a link to another Module within your Event App.
Vertical and Horizontal Logos with Countdowns
  1. Similar to the above, on these templates, you can add a background and header image which will appear as your logo.
  2. The logo will appear as vertical or horizontal depending on the template that you choose.
  3. You can add an introduction to your page which will appear as a long piece of content covering multiple lines at the top of the page. You can also set the text colour of your Introduction.
  4. To add the countdown timer, add the date and time that you want the timer to count down to. For example, this could be the date and time of your event. If you leave these fields blank, it will automatically default to your Event App start date and time.
  5. On these templates, you’re able to add a Primary Action. Essentially, it is a short block of text which you can link to a different Module within your Event App. For example, you can add ‘Check out clips from last year’s event’ and link this text to your Video-on-Demand module page. You can also set the text colour of your Primary Action to make it pop!
  6. Finally, you can add an unlimited number of widgets to your page. For each widget, all you need is the name, an image, and a link to another Module within your Event App.