How It Works (Demo: https://viewstub.com/whitelabel)
ViewStub’s White Label (non-branded) integration is simple:
You will copy and paste one line of code that works on any HTML website!
This allows you to have an entire ticketing and streaming solution on your website, matching your branding and converting more sales.
NOTE: Your ViewStub Event Details must be completed and ready for publishing. Once Published, you will have a new set of Event Optimization options in the left-hand menu.
STEP 1: Enter to manage your Published Event; in the Event Menu, click to enter the White Label Feature:
STEP 2: Add the URL of the website you plan to embed the code on. Then click Save.
STEP 3: Click over to the Embed Code Section once the HTML is saved.
STEP 4: Select the color you want. To change the red color, click the colored box next to the iframe code:
NOTE: There are two iframe codes. The first will provide you with the checkout (Registration), Stream Page (Watch Event), and Access Code Page (To enter).
The second will only provide the access code page (To Enter) and see stream (Watch Event).
STEP 5: When you decide on a color, copy the completed iframe by clicking the copy button on the right of the iframe.
STEP 6: Send to your Webmaster for placement on your website or copy and paste into the backend of your website.
STEP 7: Return into The White Label URL tab:
STEP 8: Test your White label by scrolling down to generate an access code for testing purposes.
STEP 9: Generate and copy code.
STEP 10: Plug in the code provided into your White Label event page and test exactly what the attendees get to experience!
NOTE: Although White Labeling - You will still manage, edit, go live, add content and engage with customers in real-time through your ViewStub dashboard.
White Label Attendee Experience:
- They get an email with their QR code ticket for In-person event registrations or an access code to view virtual events.
2. Then, on your website's checkout box, they select “Have an Access Code?” and enter the access code before, during, or after the video stream has started. If the event has a video stream available, they can watch it instantly, without a purchase.