Weebly event registration

Weebly event registration

Sell tickets on weebly

If you use the WordPress Events Calendar plugins, you already know that our tools can handle all of your event management needs. We have a WordPress plugin for anything from making a versatile calendar to selling tickets and supporting virtual events (and anything in between).
If you’re switching from WordPress to another website builder or content management system (CMS), such as Squarespace or Wix, you’ll need a calendar solution that works outside of WordPress. Fortunately, we have one, and it’s called Loxi: The Events Calendar for Every Website.
Loxi is a free online calendar that works with any website, whether it’s built with Squarespace, Wix, Weebly, WordPress, or another platform. Loxi was built for people who want a stunning, easy-to-manage calendar that they can embed anywhere.
To use Loxi, you don’t even need a website. It can also be used as a stand-alone calendar: When you want to send people directly to your calendar, use your unique Loxi connection. (For example, you can use this to connect to your events from Instagram.)

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You must first establish the “products” registration. Click the blue Store tab in the upper left corner, then “Products” in the left sidebar, and finally the blue “Add Product” button in the upper right corner. Fill in your product details, making sure to choose “Service” as the product category. Click the green “Save Product” button in the lower right corner of the page to save the product. You’ll need to build items for each of your registration choices if you have more than one.
After you’ve finished creating all of your items, you’ll need to organize them into a page. Click the blue Pages tab, then the Pages + button to create a new page. Make this page a “Normal” page and check the box to hide it from the navigation.
On the page where you want the registration form to be, add a contact form. To edit the standard form, click it. You can then add more form areas, drop down menus, check boxes, and so on. When you’ve finished customizing the form, press the blue Form Options button, then select “Confirmation” from the drop-down menu.

How to create an online event registration form

Papers on any aspect of Kant’s and Kantian philosophy are welcome, from analytic, continental, or historical perspectives. Submissions on the conference theme, “Kant and the Value of Humanity,” are also welcome.
1) “Humaniora’s Position in Kant’s Taste Methodology” We invite papers on Kant’s Critique of the Aesthetic Power of Judgment’s final section, where he explores the importance of preparation and analysis in training taste, as well as the social essence of taste and its role in nurturing humanity. 2) “The Sublime Aesthetics and Human Dignity” We invite submissions for this panel on Kant’s relationship between the spiritual and artistic aspects of the sublime.

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Hello, @Lillith! I apologize for the misunderstanding. The Square Online store driven by Weebly does not yet have an Events option. As a solution, you can sell tickets (as products) through your Weebly shop.
Hello, @Lillith! I apologize for the misunderstanding. The Square Online store driven by Weebly does not yet have an Events option. As a solution, you can sell tickets (as products) through your Weebly shop.
Square is something I’d like to use for my new yoga studio. Not sure if you should sign up for POS or Appointments. Students can currently sign up for classes via a different scheduling app called momoyoga, but it appears to be slower and still has some kinks to iron out.
Option two is to keep using momoyoga, sign up for classes, and allow them to pay online or in person using Square. Given that I am currently alone, this could be the best choice for saving time (not have to have everyone pay at the beginning of class).
Thank you for sharing, @lobayoga!
Regrettably, Square Appointments does not support the booking of lessons. Given this, I recommend choice #2, which is to use Square’s Online Store powered by Weebly for online purchases and the POS app for in-person payments. Check out this thread I moved you to so you can learn how to set up your online store from @Helen’s best response. Alternatively, you might look into our eComm Partners that provide class scheduling services.

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