The membership website page is connected to your Membership Module within ClubSpark. This is where your membership packages will show to the public.
To have access to the Membership web page, you will first need to ensure that you have activated the Membership Module. Once you have done that, you'll be able to create and update your Membership web page.
Your Membership web page will display all of your public/active membership that you have to offer. You can have upto 7 subpages on the Membership Page - here you may want to add your Membership T&Cs.
Firstly, for your web page to display publically on your website, you'll need to turn it on in navigation and choose a name for the tab and order on your website. Default is membership, but you can have Join Here, or Club Membership for example.
Navigational sort order is there so you can re-order the main navigation using the sort order of each page. For example, you could set the sort order of home to 1, membership to 2, and booking to 3. The navigation would then be ordered Home, Membership, Booking.
Here you'll be able to enter your page content, such as a custom header image and any additional information you'd like to share with your potential members about their memberships. There is maximum character limit of 10,000.
Please Note: For best viewing of this photo we recommend uploading a photo with dimensions of 1400px by 650px.
Next, you'll be able to decide if you'd like your memberships to feature on your Home page.
You'll need to turn the 'feature on homepage?' toggle on (as shown in the image above) where the Heading and Text boxes will appear which will allow you to enter in any enticing messages to draw potential members to join a membership at your venue.
This is how it will display on your Home page:
Here you will be able to create up to 7 sub-pages to display on your Membership page.
You can find out more information about sub-pages in this support guide here.
In the final section of creating/updating your Membership Page, you'll be able to add in your Search Engine Optimisation (SEO). This helps in where/how your website display in search engine results.
Once you are happy with how your webpage is looking and with any changes made, please remember to click the blue 'Save Changes' button at the bottom of the screen.
If you exit the page before clicking this button, all your changes will be lost and you'll need to re-do them again.
Below is an example of what the Membership Page will look like on the public site:
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