Regpack is the perfect tool to display your class or program offerings on your website.
This function allows you to present separate and independent registration landing pages that all lead back to the same backend database in 1 Regpack project.
To take it a step further, you can also display specific groupings of products on different pages of your website, that all feed into your application.
In this example, this organization offers 3 types of classes at their studio: Painting, Ceramics, and Graphic Design.
They would like to show their offerings for each category on 3 different pages of their website: their painting page, their ceramics page, and their graphic design page.
Follow the steps below to show how this can work for you:
Step 1: Create anonymous forms
Create as many forms as you need to place 1 on each webpage you would like to have.
In our example, we’ll need 3 forms and will place 1 form on 3 different pages on our website: Painting, Ceramics, and Graphic Design
Set each form as a head level form (in a group system) and in Form Properties, ensure the “Anonymous” setting is set to “On”.
Step 2: Add fields to each form.
You can add any fields you want to the form to gather information you’d like on the first page.
For this example, we are simply adding a product widget, that will display the relevant products for each page.
For example, after adding the product widget on the “Painting” form, we will set the products to present in the widget to ONLY the painting related products.
When selecting the product or products to show on the product widget, you have 3 options:
- Select the category – this will show ALL products, including any future products added, that are listed in that category
- One or more products within a category (or across several categories)
- Specific sessions
Make sure you select the best option for what you are trying to achieve.
Step 3: Add filtering options to your widget
If you would like to allow users to filter on the front end for the products shown in the widget, then be sure to turn this setting on in widget. You can edit the products themselves with the filtering information you want attached to that product, including internal ID, Instructor, location, Misc 1, and Misc 2.
Here is the setting in the product widget:
Here is the setting in the product itself:
Step 4: Copy to embed code for each anonymous form, and paste it on the corresponding page of your website.
We copied the embed code for the Painting form, and placed it on our website.
As you can see, the product widget is displayed with the filter, and the create account / login buttons are at the top.
Once a user makes a selection, they will be taken to the first triggered form in your system to begin completing your forms, confirm their selection, and continue on to make a payment. For more details on anonymous system settings, including whether to require the user create a user name and password, check out this article.