Automates Events Demo

Events pages provide an effortless way of displaying upcoming events; when an event date is reached it will automatically disappear from the page, so you don’t need to worry about out-of-date events showing. If you wish, you can display old events as a blog post, telling everyone about the event and how it went.

Grid 3 Layout with Exert text

This layout features 3 upcoming events in a single line across the page; on a mobile phone they appear in list form, one above the other. If you are displaying more than 3 events, navigation buttons below the posts allow users to scroll through all events.

Grid 3 Layout no text

This layout features 3 upcoming events in a single line across the page; on a mobile phone they appear in list form, one above the other. If you are displaying more than 3 events, navigation buttons below the posts allow users to scroll through all events.

Grid 2 Layout

This layout features 2 upcoming events, side by side across the page; on a mobile phone they appear in list form, one above the other. Larger images give greater impact and visually display what attendees might expect from the event.

Grid 4 Layout with Exert text

This layout features 4 upcoming events, presented across the page. This is handy if you have lots of events to share, or if you have several events of the same nature. It’s also a great way of showing how busy you are!

Grid 4 Layout No text

This layout features 4 upcoming events, presented across the page. This is handy if you have lots of events to share, or if you have several events of the same nature. It’s also a great way of showing how busy you are!

Grid 2 Thumb Layout

This layout focuses on words rather than pictures and presents 2 events side by side. You can change the image height but the idea is to display a neat thumbnail hinting at what the event is about, without distracting from the information you are conveying.

List Post Image Layout

You may prefer images to do the talking so this option is for you if you wish to show larger image across the whole page, giving impact and compelling the visitor to find out more about your event.  

Keep it simple?

If you’d rather keep things simple and display just the title, date and time of your events, you can omit descriptions from your events page but make them available to those who click through to an event. 

Events Slider

An events slider is useful if you have many events to display and wish to include them in different areas of your website. The movement attracts eyes, and visitors can see at a glance what you’re offering, without having to lift a finger. 

and finally … past events!

Past events can easily be displayed on a separate page (or as a separate section on your events page if you prefer). Once the date of an event has come and gone, that event will automatically be removed from the upcoming events page and be placed on the past events page (or the past events section of your events page if you prefer). We can automatically change the layout, font colour etc. to set it apart from upcoming events. It’s a great way for you to attract future attendees, as they can read about your past events and become more familiar with what you offer.