Each Funraisin site consists of around 140 desktop and 140 mobile templates, the majority of which can be edited with just a handful that aren't able to be edited and that are shared across all sites.
Templates can be edited at waht we call "Platform level" which means that the changes made will be visible across all pages where that template is used, but also some templates can be edited at "event level" and "diy theme level" which means you can essentially make a change to a site template that is only visible for a specific event or diy theme.
Below is a complete list of templates with descriptions of where on the site they are used.
Templates used for Online Events can either be edited at platform level or also at event level.
The first step when registering for an online event, known as the Create Account step. Contains the main personal details fields such as name, email, company name, etc. Can also support elements from other steps such as team creation, page creation, waves, etc
Often the second step of registering, allows the entrant to create their fundraising page. Also supports elements from other steps such as team creation, waves etc
This is also the same template used for the purchasing of merchandise when registering.
As it states, supports the ability to create a team when registering
Similar to above, allows the person to create an organisation page when registering.
Called the Mult-Entry step, this allows the fundraiser to partially register other people.
This is a page used when sending someone that has bene invited by another fundraiser (above step), to login and complete their own registration..
Similar to the register_entries template but used solely for ticketed events (online)
As it states, this is used to allow someone to choose their wave when regisering. Waves can also be used on the personaldetails and fundraising steps.
Step one for a ticketed event, allows for the selection of ticket packages.
Payment and optional personal donation step
A temporary page that the fundraiser sees when paying.
Templates used for DIY fundraising can either be edited at platform level or at DIY Theme level.
The first step when creating a DIY event known as the Create Account step. Contains the main personal details fields such as name, email, address, company, etc
Typically the second step when creating a DIY event, contains information relating to the fundraising page itself e.g. page name, target, default blog, etc
As it states, allows the fundraiser to create a team whilst registering for a DIY event
Optional donation step for DIY registrations
A temporary page displayed to the user when making payment.
Standalone shop landing page also used for shop category landing pages. Displays lists of products.
As it states, the template used for displaying a standalone shop product
Used to display the shopping cart prior to checkout
Standalone shop thank you page
A temporary page displayed to the customer when making payment.
Fundraising pages (profile pages) can either be edited at platform level or event / diy theme level.
Used for individual fundraising pages (online events only)
Used for individual fundraising pages (DIY Only)
Used for organisation page fundraising pages for both DIY and online events
Used for team fundraising pages for both online and DIY events