How to Set Up Health Guidelines for EventON and Extend It
March 21, 2022
The World Health Organization has put in place preventative measures for COVID-19 and setting up health guidelines for your physical event can hugely impact your attendance rate.
Some of the preventive measures include social distancing, quarantining, ventilation of indoor activity areas, hand washing, and covering coughs and sneezes. The use of face masks or coverings has been recommended in public settings to minimize the risk of transmissions.
EventON makes it super easy to add health guidelines for your event when editing it in your WordPress admin dashboard.
In this guide, we’ll go through the process of adding specific health guidelines and also extending the list with custom guidelines.
In order to get started, you will need to have EventON installed and activated. You can get the EventON plugin by downloading it from your CodeCanyon account. Please follow our tutorial on how to install & activate EventON.
To get started, go to Events > Add Event and create a new event or edit an existing event.
Add a title for your event and optionally add a description and configure the rest of your event settings such as the Time and Date.
Scroll down to the Event Attendance mode section and select either Physical Event or Online and Physical Event.
To enable the guidelines, scroll down to the Health Guidelines section and toggle the Enable health guidelines for this event option.
In this section, you can enable any or all of the following guidelines:
- Face masks required
- Temperature will be checked at entrance
- Physical distance maintained event
- Event area sanitized before event
- Event is held outside
- Vaccination Required
You can also add a list of custom guidelines that you would like to be observed by entering the list on the Other additional health guidelines field.
In case you’d like to extend this list with some custom checkboxes, you can do so by following this guide: CODE: To add additional healthcare guidelines.
Finally, publish the event and view it on the front end.