Creating a Registration Page

A Registration page controls tickets and sponsorships, cash donations, and the purchase of other multiple sale packages. When a Supporter makes a purchase on your page you can control how much (or little!) information is gathered from the Supporter, customize the automated confirmation emails, create discount codes, and even collect pure cash donations. Below, we cover the 3 major facets of a Registration page. Explore a sample Registration Page.


Note: We recommend having your Packages (Admission, Sponsorship, and Donation) created prior to adding your Registration Page.

  1. Click Manage Project in the Main Menu, and select Manage Project Website.
  2. Using the drop down titled Page Type, select a Registration, Sales and Cash Donation page.
  3. Click the Add Page button.
  4. Add in a Page name, and determine the Page Visibility.

Add Ticket(s) and Guest Information:

  1. In the Ticket Sales area, check the Publish box next to each Admission/Sponsorship Package that you would like available on the site.
    • Note: You can change the order of tickets by dragging and dropping them in the list.
  2. Select which information you wish to collect for the ticket attendees.
    • Mandatory requires the field to be populated before the purchaser can continue.
    • Optional lets the purchaser skip that field. Note: The Purchaser is always required to enter all of this information.
    • Hidden removes the selection from the webpage.
  3. Select which Meals you wish to offer for each ticket. If nothing appears here, set up your meals in your Event Settings.

Cash Donations:

Cash Donations are a great addition to a Project Website Page. Perfect for non-attending guests, or just those that want to make an even greater impact on your organization, they will be automatically enabled for all Registration, Sales, and Cash Donation Pages created within the Project Website.


Tip: We recommend using the Cash Donation specific area, as opposed to the Package Sales area for Cash Donations.

  1. Donation Headline: This will act as a header for the Cash Donation area and defaults to "I would like to make a donation".
  2. Donations Label: This goes right next to the field where guests enter their donation, and defaults to "Donation Amount".
  3. Package: The system will use a pre-generated Donation Package. If no such Package exists, the system will create one for you.

Confirmation Emails:

If you did not set up event wide Confirmation Emails in your Project Website General Settings, you can do that here.


  1. Use the toggle to enable Customize Receipt Emails.
    • Confirmation Header is text that appears above the main body of the receipt. Data Tags can be used here.
    • Confirmation Footer is text that appears below the body of the receipt. Data Tags can be used here.
    • Confirmation Contact Email/Name/Phone should be your primary Event Director.
    • Subject allows you to customize the subject of the emailed receipt.
    • Org Receiving Emails is a semi-colon separated list of additional email address you wish to receive a copy of the receipts.

Additional Options:

In addition to the above, there are multiple additional options for the website that can be enabled. See below for more information on those.

  • Want to adjust who can see this page? Read about Page Visibility.
  • Want to collect credit cards, or limit how long the page is active? Read about Registration Settings.
  • Want to sell multiple sale packages on your page? Read about Project Website Revenue Enhancers.
  • Want to have a Discount Code? Read more about Discount Codes.
  • Want to have a shorter, Friendly URL? Read more about Friendly URLs.
  • Want to collect additional information from your purchasers? Read more about adding Custom Questions.
  • Want to add descriptions of the Packages below the Package name on the Registration Page? Read more about adding Package Descriptions.
  • Want to add a Convenience Fee to your page? Read more about adding Convenience Fees to a Registration Page.

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