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Registration page - editing "Register Now" button

Registration page - editing "Register Now" button

Dear Constant Contact, In the future, I'd like to suggest that the company look into allowing subscribers to edit the registration page. Currently, the CSVANW is having a youth event, which youth are asked to submit an application. However, the CC registration page has a button that says, "Register," which may be confusing to applicants. I just called your help line and I understand there is no way to change that. I hope that in the future there could be a way to change that. Sincerely, Kim Baca Marketing & Communications Consultant

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Hi @FirstNameL785218

 

Currently, there is not a way to edit the buttons on the registration form. This is great feedback and I'm going to add this post to our feedback page so that our developers can track your feedback.

 

Thanks!

-Rob L.

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@deleanao wrote:

Dear Constant Contact, In the future, I'd like to suggest that the company look into allowing subscribers to edit the registration page. Currently, the CSVANW is having a youth event, which youth are asked to submit an application. However, the CC registration page has a button that says, "Register," which may be confusing to applicants. I just called your help line and I understand there is no way to change that. I hope that in the future there could be a way to change that. Sincerely, Kim Baca Marketing & Communications Consultant


There are many limitations with the registration form:

1. Not being able to customize the font size. This font size is not at all age-friendly. Our university's standards on ADA compliance cannot be met without this flexibility.

2. Not being able to customize the registration button to have a "softer" option, such as RSVP, Count Me In, Sign Me Up, etc. 

3. The confusing "Add" button for guests, which is located so far above the Register button that many of our members click that thinking that is how they "Add" or register themselves, before realizing they need to scroll down further to finalize their registration. As a result we end up with many "ghost" registrants, artificially inflating our head count and stopping registrations because it appears we have reached the maximum room capacity.

 

Consider having your software designers spend more time on functionality as opposed to gee-whiz graphics. 



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I'd like to add my voice to the requests above. Our members are mostly well over 60, and the tiny font on registration information is a problem, and also an issue with our university's accessibility standards.

 

Also on the point of accessibility, the templates are nearly all difficult to read. They're beautifully designed, but light text on a dark background is very difficult for anyone with aging eyes or other vision issues. There are maybe 5 that we can use.

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The initial request was posted four years ago and it still hasn't changed?  Seriously??? "Register" makes no sense for the event I'm creating.