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Januas Theme Guide

This is a guide with tutorials on how to get started with Januas.

If you purchased a support license you can log into our support portal to clear any doubt about the theme.

We do not offer general WordPress Support, please do read our support terms before raising a support ticket.

If you have any question about your purchase you can write a message to the email address on your purchase receipt.

 

1. Getting Started with WordPress

2. Getting Started with Januas

3. Installing Januas

4. First Januas Settings
4.1 Theme Color
4.2 Home Layout
4.3 Search Layout
4.4 Home Quick Search
4.5 Footer Left Text
4.6 Footer Right Text
4.7 Dummy Content

5. Changing the Site Logo

6. Editing Blog Sidebar

7. Editing Home Widgets
7.1 Home Top Left Sidebar
7.2 Home Top Right Sidebar
7.3 Home Bottom Sidebar
7.4 Footer Top Sidebar
7.5 Footer Middle Sidebar
7.6 Footer Bottom Left Sidebar
7.7 Footer Bottom Center Sidebar
7.8 Footer Bottom Right Sidebar

8. Adding Top Menu

9. Create a Blog

10. Creating Your First Event
10.1 Title and Description
10.2 Event Categories
10.3 Featured Image
10.4 Navigation
10.5 Event Information
10.6 Speakers
10.7 Register
10.8 Schedule
10.9 Videos
10.10 Sponsor
10.11 Map
10.12 Files
10.13 Pictures
10.14 Social Box
10.15 More

11. Sessions and Speakers
11.1 Creating a Schedule Page
11.2 Creating an Event
11.3 Creating a Session
11.4 Creating a Speaker
11.5 Assigning Speakers to Sessions and Sessions to Events

12. Best Practices and Tips

13. Language Integration
14. Event Espresso Integration

15 Woocommerce

16 Tickera

 

1. Getting Started with WordPress

 

Januas is a WordPress Theme (Tip: What is WordPress?) designed to manage multiple events.

If you are an event professional that runs more than one event per year, congratulations “ you made the right choice.

Using Januas requires an intermediate knowledge of WordPress. Meaning that you should be confident with the basics of WordPress.

Our theme is made for WordPress.org (as opposed to WordPress.com) this means you need a hosting provider where to activate the theme. If you don’t have a hosting provider, we suggest WPEngine.

If you are not confident with WordPress, we suggest 3 actions:

1. Watch the following Videos: What is WordPress?How to Install WordPressThe Dashboard & Read the handy guides at WPBeginner. Everything you need to know about running a WordPress site is in the web.

As WordPress is a community effort, there is an answer for most of the doubts you may have.

2. Run a test installation with the default theme and give it a whirl. Play with it and get confident with different sections of the Dashboard.

3. Use the WordPress Forums and Docs. Search the Forums for your question, there will probably be an answer.

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2. Getting Started with Januas

 

We built Januas using the best that WordPress has to offer to serve the purpose of running an event portal.

There are two main areas of Januas you should be confident with:

1 “ The Home Page

2 “ The Single Event Page

These are the true new introductions of Januas to the WordPress environment.

The Home Page displays a Featured Event and a selection of your upcoming/past events. You decide what goes where.

The Single Event Page collects all the information about a specific event. You decide what goes where and what to display for your Event.

But first things first. Let’s activate Januas.

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3. Installing Januas

 

To activate Januas please head to Appearance->Themes

At the top of the page click ‘Add New’:

Click Upload:

Upload theme

Browse for the Januas .zip file and upload it

Click on Activate.

If you want more information on installing and activating themes in WordPress, read this article.

 

 

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4. First Januas Settings

 

Now that you have activated Januas, it is time to set it up according to your needs.

Please head to Appearance->Januas Options (If you can’t see this item under Appearance, try re-installing the theme).

We always suggest to activate the theme on a fresh WordPress Installation with no plugins and no previously populated content).

Let’s have a look at the available options:

Options with sections

Click on Image to enlarge

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4.1 Theme Color

Here you can decide the color of Januas. Your new theme comes in 5 different colors. Choose the one that works best with your identity.

Note: We do not offer support on further color customization. You may seek CSS and design skills to choose further customization.

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4.2 Home Layout

You can decide whether to list your events horizontally or vertically. The horizontal layout will result in a two column layout, the vertical in a three color one.

We suggest to use the two column format when you have less than 6 events happening/happened. In fact the two column layout is perfect to display 4 or 5 events.

The 3 column layout is perfect for better visual impact and with 6+ events.

Once you have populated the site with your events, try switching between the two and decide what works for you.

You decide which event goes in the home page from the Event Information area.

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4.3 Search Layout

Here you can decide how website visitors will be able to filter your events on the search results page.

You can let them filter events by Fixed Time Ranges as in the picture below:

fixed-time-ranges

or you can allow your visitors to enter their preferred time range, as in the screen below:

custom-time-ranges

This pretty much depends on the spacing between your events, as fixed ranges reach maximum a Year time range.

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4.4 Home Quick Search

You can decide whether your visitors can browse your events by Event Category:

category - quick search

or by Time Range

time range - quick search

Once again the consideration to make here is whether your events are in intervals greater than a Year as your visitors won’t be able to visualize time ranges greater than ˜Next Year’.

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4.5 Footer Left Text

Decide what goes in the left side of the footer. In the demo, it is this section:

Footer Left

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4.6 Footer Right Text

As per the above “ this is the Right Section
footer-right

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4.7 Dummy Content

Please read this carefully.

By ticking this box you will populate the whole site with dummy content. While this is great if you don’t know where to start, it is non revertible.

Therefore you will need to delete the unnecessary content generated. This can take quite some time.

We suggest to populate with dummy content only if you are not sure about how WordPress works and want just to edit content and pictures.

Note: Populating the site with dummy content does not exclude reading this guide as you may still need to refer to it to change the populated options.

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5. Changing the Site Logo

 

Please Head to Appearance-> Header

From here you can upload the logo of your organization. Note that this is the logo œJanuas on the demo Home Page.

The logo will appear through the site and on each event. Please do upload an image of exactly the size of 306 � 87 pixels. Altering the logo size will predict the functionality of the top bar.

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6. Editing Blog Sidebar

 

Please Head to Appearance-> Widgets

The œPrimary Sidebar defines the widgets that go in the Blog Sidebar “ see the demo here. In this example we added the œSearch Widget “ œRecent Comments and a œText widget with a Sponsor Image.

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7. Editing Home Widgets

 

Please Head to Appearance-> Widgets

Here are the different Widgets in the Home Page

Widgets - Home

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7.1 Home Top Left Sidebar

 

This space has been allocated for a global Sponsor logo. In the demo, we added a œText widget and uploaded an image of exactly 473px by 216px.

The HTML code (replace the text with actual urls) to achieve this is:

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7.2 Home Top Right Sidebar

 

As per the above, this space has been devoted to another sponsor banner. Follow the above directions to show a sponsor in this area.

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7.3 Home Bottom Sidebar

 

This space has been designed for the œJanuas Latest News Widget. Here you can display the latest news from the blog or News Centre. Note that the Januas Latest News Widget has been designed specifically for this section. It won’t work in other sections nor we will be able to provide customized versions of it.

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7.4 Footer Top Sidebar

 

This space has been allocated for the œJanuas Feedburner Email Widget. Simply drag and drop it in this section. Note that the œJanuas Feedburner Email Widget has been designed specifically for this section. It won’t work in other sections nor we will be able to provide customized versions of it.

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7.5 Footer Middle Sidebar

 

This section has been created for another Sponsor Placement. Please follow the directions in section 1 or 2. In this case the optimal width is 728px by 90px

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7.6 Footer Bottom Left Sidebar

 

You can add your item of preference here. We added the œJanuas Twitter Widget in our example.

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7.7 Footer Bottom Center Sidebar

 

You can add your item of preference here. We added the œJanuas Connect Widget in our example.

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7.8 Footer Bottom Right Sidebar

 

You can add your item of preference here. We added the œJanuas LinkedIn Widget in our example.

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8. Adding Top Menu

 

The Top Menu you see here:

top Menu

Can be easily customizable by heading to Appearance-> Menus

Create a Menu and save it (Tip: Read more about creating Menus)

Save and remember to select the newly created Menu from the dropdown under ˜Theme Location’.

Theme Locations

Remember not to add too many items here as it will impact on the layout rendering. This is an ideal space to describe your organization or to place a link to the Blog.

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9. Create a Blog

 

Head to Settings->Permalinks

Select œPost Name and save.

Head to Posts-> Categories

Change the name of the default ˜Uncategorized’ category by clicking on ˜Edit’. Rename it to Blog or News or whatever taxonomy you prefer to call your Blog page.

Then head to Posts->Add New and add your first article.

To display the blog in your Top Menu, just copy head to http://example.com/category/blog (if you named it ˜blog’ that is) and then add it as a Custom Link in your menu as per the section above.

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10. Creating Your First Event

 

This is the single largest introduction of Januas. You can decide pretty much whatever goes in your event page. Please do read carefully all the different options as it will help you to make the most out of Januas.

Familiarize with the different sections of the theme:

Single Event Sections Januas

Section 1 “ Top Menu
You can decide the items to display here by checking/uncheking the œShow in Top Menu option on each Box. These are quick links that help visitors to quickly skim through the sections of the event page.

Show Top Menu

Section 2 “ Event Information
This is where all the information of your event goes, together with the Featured Image and the social buttons.

Section 3 “ Main
This is the Main section of the event page. You can decide what goes here. The Event Description and Register boxes cannot be moved from the Main section.

You can toggle the position of a box in Main by selecting it in œPosition .

position

Section 4 “ Sidebar

This is the Sidebar section of each event. You can decide what goes here. The Event Description and Register boxes cannot be moved to this section.

You can toggle the position of a box in Sidebar by selecting it in œPosition as per the above example. Please note that in the mobile version, only the items in the main section will be shown.

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10.1 Title and Description

 

Single Event description_BE

These are the only mandatory fields of the whole page.

Describe what your event is about. If you decide to make an event œFeatured (more on this in the next section), the first 55 characters of the description will be displayed in the Home Page as in the image below. Remember not to add any picture here as it may compromise the layout.

featured-description

If you don’t feature the event, the description will be shown in a box looking like the one below:

Event description_Event Page

You will be able to decide wether to show the ˜Description’ label on top of the box or the Top Menu from the next section Event Information.

Please note that the Event Description position can’t be moved to the sidebar..

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10.2 Event Categories

 

Here is where you define the category of your event. You define the categories of the event.

To set a category, simply click on ˜Add New Event Category’ and type the name of your chosen category from the input below:

event categories

A good strategy with Event Categories is to populate them beforehand instead of adding them one by one. This will allow you to simply select them form the same input when populating the event.

To create categories in advance, head to Events-> Categories

Enter the Name and Slug. Then Save. Once saved open the newly created category to assign a color. This is particularly important as each event has a category label and color in Home Page and Search.

categories - home

To assign a color, click on œSelect a Color to either pick or enter the HEX value of a color:

Select Color

To make the colors of your categories consistent, we suggest to use a colour palette. Head to Colour Lovers for some inspiration.

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10.3 Featured Image

 

This is where you set the picture that will show up here:

Featured Image Single Event

and also here if the event is œFeatured:

Featured Home

To set a Featured Image look next to the Description box on the right hand side for:

Featured Image Set

Click on œSet Featured Image “ upload an image and save.

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10.4 Navigation

 

Januas comes with a lot of options. We decided to add the Navigation panel to help you move quickly through different event page boxes. Each box has also a œBack to Top link that will take you back to œNavigation.

Navigation_BE

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10.5 Event Information

 

This is the control panel of your event. From here you can decide vital information and where the event appears on the site.

Let’s have a look at the panel:

Event Information

You have the following options:

œDate: the Date of the Event. The date format will be inherited from the Global WordPress Settings (Settings->General)

Please note: The date must be entered in the following format mm/dd/yyyy

œTime: the time of your event “ please enter the time in 24:00hrs ie 5pm is 17:00, 9am is 09:00

œCity: the name of the City of your event

œAddress: the Address or Venue information

œPrice: a string of text to indicate your event ticket price. Enter your preferred text

œStatus: you can decide whether your event is œActive (accepting registration), œSold Out (if you are not accepting registrations) or Ended (If the event has ended). If you choose œSold Out or œEnded a watermark will be applied to the event listing in the Home page and Search.

œFeatured: selecting Yes highlights the event as the main Featured event on the Home Page.

œHome Page: you can decide whether the event is listed on the home page (note events will be listed in chronological order)

œShow Title: To display/hide the title of the box œDescription

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œDescription on the Top Menu

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10.6 Speakers

 

This box controls the display of event speakers.

Speakers

If this is your first event, it is highly likely that you can’t see anything under Speakers. In fact this box only controls the display of Speakers. For the creation and allocation of speakers, please check the Sessions and Speakers section.

You can decide whether to display speakers in œVisible section.

You can decide whether to display speakers in the Main or Sidebar section from the œPosition dropdown.

The dropdown œOrder allows you to choose where to display the box in your chosen œPosition.

We call them speakers but they can also be performers. If this is the case you can decide to select œNo from the dropdown œShow Title.

You can choose to display a quick link to the Speaker section by choosing œYes from the œShow in Top Menu dropdown.

Lastly the œDisplay Order lets you decide the order of display of the speakers and whether to show certain speakers or not (tick the œHide box to hide them).

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10.7 Register

 

This is where you drop the Eventbrite tickets widget. You can certainly try to drop a widget or a script from other registration services but we won’t guarantee it will display properly on the site.

Register

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide where the box goes in the Main section (Sidebar positioning is not possible with Register)

œShow Title: To display/hide the title of the box œRegister

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œRegister on the Top Menu

Registration Script: this is where you insert the code from Eventbrite

You can obtain the embed code from Eventbrite by creating an event and tickets at www.eventbrite.com.

Then head to your event dashboard and select Add Ticket Form to Website from the �Promote� section.

Eventbrite

Copy the code in the section below and paste it on the �Registration Script� and you are done.

eventbrite1

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10.8 Schedule

 

This box controls the display of the schedule on the event page. Please refer to the Sessions and Speakers section to create a Schedule.

The link œView the Full Schedule appears only when a Schedule page has been created, once again refer to the Sessions and Speakers section.

Schedule

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: To display/hide the title of the box œSchedule

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œSchedule on the Top Menu

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10.9 Videos

 

This box controls the display of up to 2 featured videos on the event page and a link to a Video Channel Page.

Videos

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: To display/hide the title of the box œVideos

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œVideos on the Top Menu

œVideo URL: Add a URL from Youtube or Vimeo to display a video of a speaker or previous edition of the event.
Leaving one of the two URL inputs blank will result in only one video showing.

œVideo Channel URL: You can add a link of your preference here to a Youtube or Vimeo Channel or to a page with Videos.

œVideo Channel URL text: This will be displayed on the button linking to your Video Page. In this example the button says œMore Videos

Videos_FE_Sidebar

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10.10 Sponsor

 

This box allows you to display an image for a sponsor.

Sponsor

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: To display/hide the title of the box œSponsor

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œSponsor on the Top Menu

œImage: Here you can upload the logo or banner of your sponsor. You can create an image with multiple logos if you have more than one sponsor.

œUrl: Here you can add a link to your sponsor website

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10.11 Map

 

This box lets you display a Google Map for your event.

Map

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: To display/hide the title of the box œMap

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œMap on the Top Menu

œAddress: Enter the complete address of your venue here to update the map.

œMap Information: Enter the address and any relevant information about your venue.
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10.12 Files

 

This section is ideal if you want your visitors to download files such as Maps, Schedules and Brochures.

Files

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: To display/hide the title of the box œDownloads

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œDownloads on the Top Menu

œAdd Files: Here you can add files with the extension doc, pdf, zip, rar, xls, txt. Do not upload any image (jpg, png, gif etc) as they will displayed in the Pictures box.

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10.13 Pictures

 

This is the box where you can show a Picture gallery of your event.

Pictures

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: to display/hide the title of the box œPictures

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œPictures on the Top Menu

œUpload: to upload your pictures. Remember to upload the pictures in your preferred display order.

œManage Gallery: to manage your pictures

œUpdate Gallery: to display the pictures you just uploaded in the back end.

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10.14 Social Box

 

This box displays a Facebook Page widget on your event page

Social Box

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: to display/hide the title of the box œFacebook

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œFacebook on the Top Menu

œUpload: to upload your pictures. Remember to upload the pictures in your preferred display order.

œFacebook Page Url: the address format is http://facebook.com/nameofthepage “ (facebook.com/pages/name won’t work)

œShow Faces: to display the faces of those who liked your page

œColor Scheme: pre-set Facebook œLight or œDark

œShow Stream: hide/display the stream of updates on your page

œBorder color: type the name of a color if you want a coloured border

œShow Header: This is to show the ˜Find us on Facebook’ bar at top. It is only shown when either stream or faces are present.

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10.15 More

 

This box is to display everything we may have missed in the boxes above.

More

You have the following options:

œVisible: to display/hide the box on the page

œOrder: to decide whether to display the box on the Main or Sidebar section.

œShow Title: to display/hide the title of the box œMore

œShow in Top Menu: to display/hide the quick link œMore on the Top Menu

œContent: You can add pictures (for more Sponsors), embed a presentation from Slideshare (as in the demo) or a Twitter Widget as in this example.

Tip: You can get a Twitter widget here. Remember to add your domain to make it work.

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11. Sessions and Speakers

 

This is another fantastic introduction of Januas Theme. We have developed a custom system to manage sessions and speakers. Sessions can be assigned to œTracks, a visual way to group similar sessions according to topic.

Before we start take a moment to understand how the Session/Speaker/Event Page Display flow works:

1. Create a Schedule page (you need to do this only once)
2. Create an Event
3. Create a Session
4. Create a Speaker

We will take you through the different steps, but it is key you follow the above order to easily add a Schedule to your event.

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11.1 Creating a Schedule Page

 

Creating a Schedule Page is something you need to do only once. Please follow these steps:

– Change the Permalink Structure to Post Name (Settings->Permalinks)
– Go to Pages-> Add New
– Title the page Schedule
– Select from the Page Attributes box on the right hand side select ˜Event Schedule’

Template

– Publish the page and you are done!

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11.2 Creating an Event

 

Please refer to the section above œCreating Your First Event

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11.3 Creating a Session

 

Creating a Session is super easy. Just head to Sessions-> Add New “ These are the different sections:

sessions

1. Session Title: Add the title of your Session

2. Session Description: Add here the description of your Session. If you want to add images or media, click on Add Media. You can see an example of a Session with a picture here. You can add a video or whatever pleases you.

Do consider the layout requirements and mobile version before adding large images. We discourage using the Featured Image function on Sessions.

3. Session Details: You can add Time and Date of your Session and most of all, link it to the Event of belonging. If you don’t see any event in the dropdown œEvent, this is because you have not created any Event yet, refer to the section above œCreating Your First Event.

4. Speakers: If this is your fist Session, this box may be empty. Once you have created your first Speaker you will see a list of available Speakers here. Simply tick the box to associate one or more speakers to a specific session.

5. Session Tracks: Tracks identify a common topic area of different sessions. If you want to your attendees to quickly skim through the schedule tracks are very useful.

If for example you want to group all the œBusiness sessions, just create a œBusiness Track and Add it to the Session.

As for œEvent Categories we suggest to create Tracks for a specific Event in advance. In this way you will be able to quickly assign Tracks to Sessions.

To create Tracks in bulk, head to Sessions-> Tracks

Add the Name of the Track and its Slug.

Save and then click on Edit the newly created Track.

edit track

You will get this screen.

Track Color

Pick a Color for the Track, this will show on the Event Schedule (Box and Extended Schedule) on the Event Page.

6. Locations: Here you can specify the room or venue of a specific session. You can follow the same procedure of Tracks to bulk create Locations, although there is no need to specify a color.

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11.4 Creating a Speaker

 

Creating Speakers has never been easier. Just head to Speakers-> Add New:

Add Speaker

Here are the different options, explained:

1. Title: here goes the name of the Speaker

2. Description. Here you can add a catchy description about your speakers. You can also add media but bear in mind that the official Speaker picture is managed by the Featured Image dialogue (#4).

This is the picture that will be displayed on the Sessions and in the Speakers Box on the Event Page.

3. Speaker Details: You can add Company, Short Bio, Website Url and Twitter Profile. Leaving one of these inputs blank will not show the corresponding information.

4. Featured Image: This is where you set the Featured Image that will be displayed whenever a Speaker is showed on the website.

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11.5 Assigning Speakers to Sessions and Sessions to Events

 

Once you have created Events, Sessions and Speakers, Open a Session and link it to the relevant event. Also pick the speaker(s) of the session. Read the steps above to create them.

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12. Best Practices and Tips

 

– We suggest to follow our directions and use the sections as instructed. Using the sections in different ways may result in compromising the layout. We won’t be able to help in that case.

– Install as few Plugins as possible. Januas is a quite complex theme. We custom developed all the different functions.

There are no plugins requirements. The performance of your theme is strictly linked to installing as few plugins as possible and to respecting the section purposes.

– Do backup “ always. Before making any changes do run a backup. We have a long history of customers losing their work because they did not back up.

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13. Language Integration

 

If you want to edit the language files we provided, we suggest to use a free software called Poedit. Here is a comprehensive tutorial on how to do it.

The language files are located in /lib/languages “ You will need to save the files here once edited.

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14. Event Espresso

 

Januas works great with EventEspresso. EventEspresso is a WordPress plugin which allows you to handle event registration and ticketing on your own site. To use EventEspresso with Januas you will need to purchase it from EventEspresso.com.

Please note that Januas only supports version 4.0 Beta and above. Also note that the above integration will only include the display of the ticket selector shortcode. More advanced integration will require custom development.

Once you have purchased and downloaded EventEspresso, you will need to install and activate it. Here is quick guide on how to install and activate EventEspresso.

After installing Event Espresso, the first thing you need to do is to choose a payment method.

EventEspresso comes with Invoice, Authorize.net AIM, Bank Draft, Check, PayPal Pro, and PayPal Standard payment methods. To choose a payment method go to Dashboard and then click on Event Espresso > Settings > Payment Methods.

Activate the payment method you want to use, and then provide the details required to use that payment method.

EventEspresso Payment Methods

Once you have configured a payment method, the next step is to create your event in the EventEspresso.

Go to the Dashboard and then click on EventEspresso > Events. Click on the Add New Event button to create your event.

Create new event in EventEspresso

Provide your event title, and add the description. Make sure that the event title and description and similar to your event details in Januas.

Adding event title and description in EventEspresso

After that scroll down to Event Tickets & Datetime section. There you need to select your event date and time and then enter ticket information. You can create different types of tickets here by clicking on create ticket button.

Adding Event Tickets and Date time

Once you are satisfied with the event, you can hit the publish button to make it live. EventEspresso will publish your event. On the Event page you will now see shortcode button below the Event Title.

Click on the embed button, this will bring up a popup containing an embed code. Copy this code, as you will need it in the next step. To display the ticket registration on your event, Go to Events > Name of Your Event > Registration, and paste the code you copied earlier paste it in the Registration Script field. Don’t forget to click on the save button.

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15 Woocommerce

This tutorial is to set up Woocommerce with Januas. Woocommerce is a powerful plugin to turn your site into an ecommerce platform.

While Woocommerce is not a platform to sell event tickets, we have tweaked it to make it’s product selector a ticket selector.

Bear in mind that if you use Woocommerce as your ticketing option in one of our themes, you won’t get specific event functionality. ‘Products’ will become ‘Tickets’ and everything will be geared towards selling tickets, not products. The add to basket functionality will be dedicated only to selling tickets and selling other products than tickets may be compromised.

Once you set up Woocommerce, you can go ahead and create your ‘Products’. These will be effectively your tickets.

Our ticket selector can sell:

– External Products
– Grouped Products
– Discounted Products
– Variable Products
– Virtual and Downloadable Products

Please refer to Woocommerce documentation to learn more about products.

Once you’ve created your products you will need to place your ticket selector in the Registration Widget.

Now add the shortcode

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    All Themes Subscription

    From: $159.00 / year
    Select options
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    Conference Pro Subscription

    From: $89.00 / year
    Select options
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    Event Manager Subscription

    From: $39.00 / year
    Select options
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    Fudge 2.0 Subscription

    From: $89.00 / year
    Select options
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    Fudge Subscription

    From: $59.00 / year
    Select options
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    Januas Subscription

    From: $79.00 / year
    Select options
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    Khore Subscription

    From: $79.00 / year
    Select options
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    Mondree Subscription

    From: $79.00 / year
    Select options
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    OpenEvent Subscription

    From: $89.00 / year
    Select options
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    Speakersumo Subscription

    From: $89.00 / year
    Select options
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    Tyler Subscription

    From: $89.00 / year
    Select options
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    Vertoh Subscription

    From: $79.00 / year
    Select options
to the area Registration Embed Code

Once you save, you should be able to see the ticket selector live on your page.

Note: External Products or Grouped products will display a ‘Read More’ Link

 

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16 – Tickera

Tickera Integration

 

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