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Updating the Registration & Membership Information Page on Your Website
Updating the Registration & Membership Information Page on Your Website

A guide on updating what Novi calls your Membership Information page.

Melisa Smith avatar
Written by Melisa Smith
Updated over a week ago

Your registration page is arguably one of the most important pages on your website. Whether someone is coming to the page to join, or simply to learn more information about your member types, showcasing the information they're looking for in a simple and professional way is key.

This page can be found at We highly recommend including it in your main website navigation for easy access.

What's on the registration page?

This page will show:

  • Any member type descriptions that are set up as "Allow Frontend Registration" as well as a direct link to join.

  • An editable content region above the member types.

  • A right-hand sidebar linking to the Create Account section.

Let's break it down a bit further...

Here's an example of a Membership Information page:

Member Types & Descriptions

This information will pull automatically from your member types and their backend-driven descriptions (Members > Member Types > Details) that are set to show on the frontend. Updating the description on the frontend will automatically update the backend, and vice versa. Also included is a link to the direct registration form (i.e. membership application) for that member type.

Editable Content Region

This section, located above the member types, is a fully editable content region, just like on other static pages. Great for adding additional information pertaining to member types, member benefits, requirements and pre-reqs to joining, disclaimers, etc. Note: This will always appear above the member types.

The right-hand sidebar includes space for a title, content, and a link to Create an Account. This is typically used for company staff needing a login (not a new membership) or individual members gaining access to an existing account.

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