In this video, learn how to use the summary blocks to add events to your homepage based on the categories you set.
- [Instructor] I'm back to the homepage of the website. … I would like to include information about my events here … on the home page. … You never want to enter information twice, … so don't feel like you need to come back to the homepage … and re-type all of your events that you already typed … and entered over on the events page. … You always want to look for a way … that you can enter data once … and then display it however you want to display it, … wherever you want to display it over and over again, … but the source of that data needs … to be entered one time only. … Otherwise, you wind up with changes happening … to your program. … You make the changes in one place. … You forget about the other, … and then your whole website goes out of state. … Nobody trusts what you're saying anymore. … So, let's format this homepage with that in mind. … And so, to get started on this, go on ahead and hit … the edit button at the top left of the homepage. … I'm going to start with the banner up here …
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