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Your website’s events are accessible via the Events link in the left sidebar. Accessing Events allows you to update existing events or create new ones.


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Create a New Event

  1. Click on Events on the left side of the screen.

  2. To add an event, click on Add New.

  3. Once on this screen, you have the option to title an event and enter any relevant details in the main text area.

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Adding Event Details

  1. Scroll down to enter event Time & Date, Location, Organizer, Event Website and Event Cost information. (Also, on the right side under Event Options, you can hide a post from view or make a “sticky” event on the calendar.)

  2. You have the option to mark an All Day event, start and end dates/times, venue information, enable use of Google Maps, contact info for the organizer, event website, and cost (when applicable).

  3. When the event details are complete, simply click Publish to create a new event. (If updating an existing/recurring event, this link will change to “Update.”)


Previewing Changes

  1. Click Preview Changes to view changes before publishing. These changes won’t be reflected on the live site yet; it provides a quick preview before you update or publish the event.

  2. If the event is in Draft Mode, click Publish to make the event live. (If you’ve just made modifications and the event is already published, click Update to publish changes.)


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