How to Use Your StadiumRoar Website - For Program Registrars


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How to Use Your StadiumRoar Website - For Program Registrars

  1. 1. How to Use Your StadiumRoar Website For Program Registrars 1
  2. 2. Table of Contents Page 3 – Login and Get Started Page 4 – My Sites Page 5 – The Home Screen Page 6 – Registration – Admin View Page 7 – Registration – Public View Page 8 – Registration – The Online Form Page 9 – Registration – Participant Information Page 10 – Main Navigation Buttons Page 11 – Basic Information Buttons Page 12 – Forms Page 13 – Calendar Page 14 – Discussions Page 15 – Photos/Videos Page 16 – Scores/Stats 2
  3. 3. Login and Get StartedNow that you’ve signed up it’simportant to know all the benefits ofusing your StadiumRoar website.You can log-in anytime by Enter youremail address and password andclick the green “LOGIN” button. 3
  4. 4. My Sites As soon as you login, you’ll be taken to your “MY SITES” section where you can manage your sites. Click on the link to your site to view the site as a “manager”. This is also called the “Admin” view. It’s important to note that the Admin view, or your view of the site when you login, is different from the “Public” view, or the way a general person views your site during a browser session. As an admin, you can add, edit or delete any information on the site; public visitors can’t do these things. 4
  5. 5. The Home Screen 1) Management. You can add managers to your site at any time and make them “Admins” just like you. They’ll be able to add, edit and delete information, just like you can. It is recommended you add program assistants and colleagues here. 2) Description. Give your site a brief description which tells the public what your program and your new site are all about. This is a great place to add instructions about how you want visitors to use your site (ex: which buttons to click for certain material).3) Announcements. Keep your participants up-to-date with program announcements. Just click the green “UPDATE”button to post an announcement; you can post as many announcements as you’d like, and even attach files to yourannouncements (Word documents, etc). The announcements will be automatically emailed to participants whoregister on your site using the “REGISTRATION TOOL”. 5
  6. 6. Registration – Admin View The “Registration Tool” lets you set up online registration for your tournament. The “Enter Programs” button lets you enter the names of the programs you want people to register for (ex: U 15 Soccer Tournament). The “Registration Info” button allows you to see who has registered for your programs. 6
  7. 7. Registration – Public View To register, participants click the “REGISTER” button when they visit your site in the public view. They can choose if they want to sign up individuals for your programs (ex, a parent signing up a child) or sign up an entire team (ex, a coach signing up a team). As people sign up, you will receive all of their information in the admin view. 7
  8. 8. Registration – The Online Form When people sign up, they fill out an online-registration form with their contact information and select the programs they want to participate in. 8
  9. 9. Registration – Participant Information As people sign up, you’ll receive their information in the admin view; it will be counted and sorted for you in convenient charts. 9
  10. 10. Main Navigation Buttons The blue buttons in the middle of the site are your main navigation buttons; they open up specific pages on your website. Feel free to use as many or as few of them as you need. 10
  11. 11. Basic Information Buttons “General” is your section to post any sort of general information related to your program. You can write freely about topics of interest to your program. “News” is your section to post articles about your program (ex: game write ups, player spotlights or news). As admin, you can decide whether site admins have exclusive rights to posting news or if all website visitors can post news (team parents, local reporters, etc). “Programs” is your section to add the other programs and events that are related to your program; for example, teams, associations, meetings, fundraisers, etc . For each entry, you can include names, short descriptions, contact info and website links. “Bios” is your section to add names, photos and bios of people involved in your program. This is a great place to feature the program staff. You can add names, background information and even photos of each person. “Addresses” is your section to add the names, addresses and directions for all program playing locations. You can also include links to Mapquest, Google Maps, or other sites that help with driving directions. 11
  12. 12. Forms “Forms” allows you to post all of the important paperwork that you need filled out, signed or read by program participants. You can upload any sort of file in this section (Word documents, Excel documents, PDF documents, etc). Website visitors can download these documents with just a click. 12
  13. 13. Calendar Your program calendar allows you to share your program’s day-to-day activities. Here you can post game match-ups, like “Team 1 vs Team 2 on May 3”. Your calendar can be viewed in two ways – the first, “traditional view”, is shown below. The second is the “list view”, and shows all events in a chronological list. Each view can be printed by site visitors with just a click. 13
  14. 14. Discussions “Discussions” allows anyone to create a topic and talk about that topic with other website visitors; this section works just like any website forum. If you ever want to disable “Discussions”, you can check a box at the bottom of the page and turn off the conversation. 14
  15. 15. Photos/Videos “Photos/Videos” is the media center for your program. Here you can upload photos and videos taken at games and other events. People can view your photos and videos at any time, and even post comments on them. You can of course turn off commenting at any time by clicking the “Disable Comments” button at the bottom of the page. 15
  16. 16. Scores/Stats You can keep a record of your program teams’ game scores and statistics. You can enter the information, or allow coaches to visit the site and enter it themselves. We automatically tally team stats and tournament totals for you. 16
  17. 17. Get Started Today! Visit Contact us with any questions: | 908-591-5448 17