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Public Request Landing Page
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So, we've created a request page, but what if you're running multiple programs and they each have a request site? You might want a landing page that would allow for users to see their options and make a selection from there. We've got you covered.
To begin, click Admin in the navigation menu and select View.
This will bring you to the Global Admin page. In the Configuration Menu on the left side of the page, click Public Request Landing Pages under the Events header.
You'll be redirected to the Public Event Request Landing Pages Index. This page will operate in the same way as all your other MainEvent index pages, listing out previously created Public Event Request Landing Pages, allowing for quick search, filtering, column reordering, etc.
To begin creating a new Public Event Request Landing Page, click the Add New Public Landing Page button.
Now you'll be on the Edit Public Landing Page Details page. This is where you'll build out the specifics for your global request landing page. The first field you'll need to enter is the Event Request Link URL Prefix. For example, you might go with "clientsampling" with the domain automatically set at .requestevent.com. You want a prefix that applies universally across the clients and programs you will be selecting to host on this landing page.
Next, you need to come up with a title for your landing page. You might name this after the client running multiple programs that are all allowing requests, you might name this after the agency using this landing page as a stepping stone for their various requestable event programs. The world is your oyster here.
Then you choose the logo you want to display. Again, this will be the logo for the global landing page, not any specific request site so you'll want a logo that applies across all the request sites that you will be linking to this landing page. For example, you may wish to use the agency logo, while the request sites each display the client logo or the program logo. Click Choose File then follow your device's prompts to select the file.
After that we move on to the Event Request Page Instructions. This section will display as a subheader below the title of the page.
Select the Active Status. If you want users to be able to use the Landing Page right now, select Yes. If you need to hold off and wait a bit, select No.
The next field is the Optional Custom Domain, and as it says right there in the title, it's optional. If you have a custom domain that you wish to use for your Request Landing Page, you would add that here. If not, we'll just use what we already entered up at the top.
And last but not least, you get to decide which of your existing Public Request Pages you want to link to your landing page. This list will include all active request pages across the site. Use the checkboxes to select which sites you wish to include.
Once you've made your selections, click Save. Now go and take a gander at your new Request Landing Page.