We have added an option that removes the automatic race name that appears on a race website when in mobile view.
For example, the website looks like this:
The “Scott Coffee Moorestown Rotary 8K Race” is the race name the system automatically puts on each race website in full view mode. That can now be hidden on mobile phones, giving a cleaner look on a smaller device (and places it below the “SignUp” button:
Set this option on Miscellaneous Settings, and can also remove it from the name on desktop views as well:
When a partner has races all in one state, then our national location map will narrow down to the single state. For example, the Ohio Challenge Series:
We have added a “speed bump” – this is a pop-up warning message that warns users they are leaving a site. One of our customers is a bank – The Fifth Third RiverBank Run – and they are required to give a pop-up when there is a link that takes the user off of their website.
This is configured on the Setup page for the Partner Website on the Partner Dashboard:
We have added the capability to set the Meta Description to each page under the Advanced Page Options in each page on Partner Websites. The Meta Description is typically what is shown on a Google Search. For example:
The setup is under the Advanced Page Options as you create or edit each page on your Partner Website:
We offer a form on your race website to submit questions (rather than expose your email address publicly):
We have just updated the email sent to you based on this so it includes the race name. That is important for directors who handle multiple races. The race name is limited to 20 characters):
One of the most powerful features of RunSignUp is a free race website
. We provide simple tools that have a lot of power to add content, pages, customize menus, etc.
Here are a new set of How To tutorials (this is the order that is most useful for new race directors):
Here is a quick overview of the features of the free Race Website:
We put a lot of time and effort into our How To section of our website to make sure our race directors and participants have easy-to-use instructions on how to take advantage of the many powerful features of RunSignUp.
When a Processing fee is $0, there is now an option to hide that on Financial -> Pricing -> Processing Fee Type.