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Posting an alert message to your public page
Posting an alert message to your public page

This article explains how you can leave a prominent message at the top of your public booking page

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Written by Anni
Updated over a week ago

You can post an alert message on your page for scenarios where you need to alert your customers to important information regarding your events, such as a change in circumstances i.e. a change in venue or temporary postponement.

This article covers:


How to find the Alert message box

To find the alert message box, please head to your public page:

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From here, select Customise page in the top right-hand corner. Scroll down to below your banner image, where you will find a box labelled Alert message:

The text appears on your public page, under the banner image and above the schedule list:


How to format your text

Here are a few formatting options:

  • To start a new paragraph - leave a blank line.

  • To add a line break within a paragraph - leave two blank spaces at the end of the line.

Font size

Use #'s adjust the font size. For example:

# Heading 1 - Biggest

## Heading 2 - Medium

### Heading 3 - Small

Italics

Use an underscore (_) or asterisk (*) before and after a word or sentence to make it italic.

For example:

_word_ *word*

Bold

Add two underscores or two asterisks before and after the target word or sentence to make it bold.

For example:

__word__ **word**

πŸ’‘ If you would like to use an asterisk or underscore etc., without it affecting the text, you can add a backslash before it, for example: \*word

Bulleted or numbered list

Bulleted

Add a bulleted list item by adding a dash (-) or asterisk (*). E.g.

- Bullet list item

- Bullet list item

Numbered

Add a numbered list item by adding a number and a full stop (.). E.g.

1. Numbered list with a number and a fully stop
2. Numbered list item two

Inserting a link

Use this format to add a link:
[Bookwhen] (http://bookwhen.com) will be shown as Bookwhen

PLEASE NOTE: THE SPACE BETWEEN '] (' MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE EXAMPLE TEXT ABOVE


Adding an error message within text fields

You can add some coding to your text field as an alert message. For example, the below code:

<h5 style="color: #BA0606; margin-bottom: .8em; padding: 10px; background-color: #F59D9D"> ⚠️ Please note this is only for those who have not practised at the studio before</h5>

When added into the pass Further details section:

How it appears on the public page:


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