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Form front page

Create enticing event landing sites and registration form front pages to make a captivating first impression on participants.

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Written by Martin Moen
Updated over a week ago

Use Qondor's form front page builder to create attractive landing pages like this:

Desktop view:

Mobile view:


How a front page should look depends on the target audience. In some cases, you might be allowed to use bright colors, images and other effects, whereas in others, you need to be more conservative. Also, bear in mind what the main focus and goal should be, and keep this at the forefront when designing the page.


  • Create a front page to the registration form where participants receive important information regarding the event and their registration

  • Create a front page where you can inspire participants to book by using attractive wording, images and video!

  • Create an event website where all information regarding the event is published, like the program, information about speakers, the location, the hotel, etc.

  • Create a web portal for a series of events connected to each other, where you can publish links to the different registration forms as well as general information.

  • Create a customer portal where your customer has an overview of all events they have booked through you.


I want to make my form available to anyone: To make the form accessible via the front page for anyone, select Yes.

I want to restrict access to my form via the front page: If you are using Participant categories with access codes, you can choose to publish the front page with access codes. This means only bookers with the access code can view and access the form via the form front page. Click Yes, with access codes.

I don't need a front page: To disable the front page click No. When a booker accesses your form, they will be directed to the personal details page.

If you wish to keep the front page active but do not want the registration button to be displayed, you can publish the registration form to retrieve the URL and then copy it. Afterwards, you can unpublish the form. This way, the link will remain functional, but the "Register" button will not be displayed. Please note, as an Admin in Qondor, you will still see the button, but it will not be visible to participants.

We always recommend using incognito mode to view the page as a participant would.


To build a front page, go to Form -> Builder -> Front page. First you can:

  • Publish the front page on the project, using either the Yes option or the Yes, with access code.

  • Define a heading text at the top of the front page

  • Set a custom text on the sign up button for the form. The button will be displayed and centered at the bottom of the front page. You can choose to publish the sign up button on an image instead (see below). If you do, the button will not be displayed at the bottom of the front page.

Then, proceed to build your front page by using banners, text, images and video.


Add and style text for your front page. It features Qondor's standard text editor and can be placed alone or along one or two others in a row.


Add an image with a header, a text on top of the image and/or a button. The image size should be at least 600x300. Image can be placed alone or along one or two others in a row. On the image you can use enable link on a button or the image for a: 

  • Sign up link

  • Custom URL/website

  • Menu items


Embed a video from YouTube or Vimeo via a simple copy and paste of the video url.


Add a large image across an entire row. The banner size should be at least 1100 pixels wide.

Drag & Drop

Start building your new front page by dragging a Text, an Image, Video or a Banner into the design builder like this:

Move an entire row:

Move items in a row:

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