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My services are often booked by clients who sell my tickets via their ticketing system (Eventbrite, Class Bento, website, etc.). Ideally, my website would include a "workshops" page where potential customers can see all events and then click directly through to the booking pages for each venue.

When I first set up my website, I created a blank page (found at /workshops) and manually created each event - a long and arduous task. I have created an unlinked page: /workshop (I have made it live to aid with answering this query). I have used this page to explore the event templates and would like to know if there is a way to change the "find out more" button to link it to a 3rd party URL instead of the individual event page.

An example of a client page I would like to link to is:




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Thanks for responding. I am aware of this, but it requires a potential customer to click through to each event's page and then click on the source URL. 

In an ideal world, the find out more button would be able to be linked to a 3rd party, thus reducing the number of clicks and increasing the likelihood of sales. If this is not possible, I would settle for a way of changing the "source code" text to a book now button to be more user-friendly.





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There are some other ways like

+ Enter text link (with external url) in Excerpt, then use CSS code to turn it to button style (so you can hide current button find out more)

+ Use JS code to change button to custom url, but each button will require a custom code (1 - 2 line of code/each button)

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