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What are the taxonomies associated with events and what do they control?

Here’s a list of the classifications and site placement taxonomies associated with Events, and what they control:

Event Taxonomies:

Taxonomy Taxonomy Location Purpose
Featured Events Site Placement Featured event on website. Normally appears on homepage.
Sponsored Events (live, industry, seminar) Classifications > Events Customization option/Site-specific
Hide Event Search Ribbon Classifications > Events Version 2.0 Events: Hide event search ribbon on event detail
Event Categories and Children Topic/Category Allows for multiple event calendars. Child term in taxonomy becomes the name of the calendar.
Event Attendee Session Options Classification > Products Used for events with individual pricing or session options available to attendees. Each attendee will have these options on the registration form. Pricing options can be either free ($0) or have a specific cost.
Group Sales Classification > Products Used for Event Products to control group sales/corporate tables for an event. The number of tickets is controlled by the min/max being the exact same for each "jump.” Example: min. 10/max 10 for one pricing option with this association. And an increase of 10 for each until the highest table/block of tickets amount for the event is reached. The name of this taxonomy can be altered to meet your site’s needs, if Group Sales is too generic.
No Sidebars Classification > Pages or top level of Classification Event will span the full width of the event microsite, and no sidebars will appear as they do in the rest of the website.
Use Blank Page Layout Classification > Pages or top level of Classification Event will display on your event microsite with only the event content. Your standard website navigation, footer navigation, and any other site layout is removed. Content can access the site’s CSS files and Javascript files. Metadata uses event detail’s SEO subform data.
Requires Subscription Classification > top level of Classification Used if a pricing option should only be offered if the user has an active subscription. Use the Pricing Option > Classification subform to tag the pricing option.

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