Overview of the Edit Mode on the Chapman Events Calendar (events.chapman.edu)

When you submit a public event to the Chapman Events Calendar through 25Live or the ‘submit event’ button, you will have access to edit most of the the details.

Here is a breakdown of the edit mode on the Chapman Events Calendar.


Permission is given initially given to the submitter of the event only. This is all done through your Chapman credentials when you submit through 25Live or the ‘submit event’ form.

To request or give editing access, please see:


To access the edit mode of your event listing, you need to navigate to the listing page and log in through the top right corner login. Once signed in, you will see an edit button below the search bar.


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Edit Region Overview

The edit mode in the Chapman Events Calendar is all in-page, meaning you will be adding details as they will appear live. Here is a list of the editable items on your event listing

  • Banner image
  • Title*
  • Subtitle
  • Time and Date**
  • Registration (ticketing)
  • Location**
  • Audience*
  • Hosted By (Organization) *
  • Event Details
  • Action buttons
  • Contact Information

* pulled from 25Live
** Lock in 25Live unless external event

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Banner Image

The banner image widget allows you to choose the image that will appear at the top of your event listing. You have the option to load a new file, take a camera shot, or link to an already existing url. The edit mode will show you the exact crop you need for the space available.

PLEASE NOTE: An image is really important for the Chapman Marketing network. If allows for easy sharing of the event with others through our other medias like weekly emails, website feed, etc. For best quality use an image at least 980 px in size. 

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Title and Subtitle

The title is automatically pulled from 25Live, but you have the option in this system to include a subtitle or edit your original title.

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Adding a Button

Adding a button in the right column is a useful tool to be able to direct your audience to a landing page. This can be used to include registration links for tickets or the link to join an online event.