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Customizing defaults across the Events app for headings, labels, descriptions, tooltips and display of reservation fields

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You may customize the headings, labels, tooltips, the display of standard fields and other page elements included on event detail and event reservation views by editing app-wide defaults in Events > Config or by defining overrides for individual events. Global defaults apply to all individual Events that do not have overrides applied to these settings.

To edit the global defaults for the Events app

  1. Open the Events Configuration view
  2. On the Tickets, click Customize Headings and Labels to expand the following options:
    1. For Date/Time Subheading, choose Show or Hide
    2. For Host/Venue Subheading, choose Show or Hide
    3. For the When Section Heading text parameter, enter the heading text you wish to use
    4. For the When Section Heading radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    5. For Add to Calendar Link, choose Show or Hide
    6. For the Where Section Heading text parameter, enter the heading text you wish to use
    7. For the Where Section heading radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    8. For the Host Section Heading text parameter, enter the heading text you wish to use
    9. For the Host Section Heading radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    10. For Tickets Section Heading text parameter, enter the heading text you wish to use
    11. For Tickets Section Heading radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    12. For Ticket Type Column Heading, enter the column heading text you wish to use
    13. For Starts Column, choose Show or Hide
    14. For Starts Column Heading, enter the column heading text you wish to use
    15. For Ends Column, choose Show or Hide
    16. For Ends Column Heading, enter the column heading text you wish to use
    17. For Capacity Column, choose Show or Hide
    18. For Capacity Column Heading, enter the column heading text you wish to use
    19. For Price Column Heading, enter the column heading text you wish to use
    20. For Attend Button Text, enter the button text you wish to use
    21. For Description Section Heading text parameter, enter the heading text you wish to use
    22. For Description Section Heading radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
  3. On the Reservation Info tab, click Customize Headings and Labels to expand the following options:
    1. For Section Title text parameter, customize the text to appear at the top of the reservation form
    2. For Section Title radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    3. For Section Description, customize the text to appear under the Section Title at the top of the reservation form
    4. For Section Description radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    5. For Reservation Button Text, customize the text you wish to appear in the button on the event detail page
    6. For each of the following field groups, you may customize the text of the Label to appear on the form: Name Label, Email Address Label, Organization Label, Phone Label, and Address Label.

      NOTE: Both the Name Label and Address Label have a single label associated with multiple fields appearing below them (see Name Label example in front screenshot below)

      event-attendee-customize-text.png
    7. For each of the fields, you may customize the text of Description which appears under the individual field (see above)
    8. For each of the fields, you may choose to show or hide the Description
    9. For each field group, you may enter CSS Keywords to influence the formatting of that field group. This is best used for individual fields rather than the Name and Address groups. The following groups of CSS Keywords are available as options, each one of the group applied to a single field. They divide the horizontal space available to the form into fractions noted in their names:
      1. leftHalf rightHalf
      2. leftThird middleThird rightThird
      3. leftFourth middleFourth rightFourth
      4. leftFifth middleFifth rightFifth
    10. For each field group, you may customize a tooltip which will appear when a visitor mouses over the field Label
  4. On the Attendee Info tab, click Customize Headings and Labels to expand the following options:
    1. For Section Title text parameter, customize the text to appear at the top of the reservation form
    2. For Section Title radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    3. For Section Description, customize the text to appear under the Section Title at the top of the reservation form
    4. For Section Description radio parameter, choose Show or Hide
    5. For Reservation Button Text, customize the text you wish to appear in the button on the event detail page
    6. For each of the following field groups, you may customize the text of the Label to appear on the form: Name Label, Email Address Label, Salutation Label, Organization Label, Title Label, Home Phone Label, Work Phone Label, Mobile Phone Label, and Address Label.

      NOTE: Both the Name Label and Address Label have a single label associated with multiple fields appearing below them (see Name Label example in front screenshot below)

      event-attendee-customize-text.png
    7. For each of the fields, you may customize the text of Description which appears under the individual field (see above)
    8. For each of the fields, you may choose to show or hide the Description
    9. For each field group, you may enter CSS Keywords to influence the formatting of that field group. This is best used for individual fields rather than the Name and Address groups. The following groups of CSS Keywords are available as options, each one of the group applied to a single field. They divide the horizontal space available to the form into fractions noted in their names:
      1. leftHalf rightHalf
      2. leftThird middleThird rightThird
      3. leftFourth middleFourth rightFourth
      4. leftFifth middleFifth rightFifth
    10. For each field group, you may customize a tooltip which will appear when a visitor mouses over the field Label
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