Awesome work! Was the integration with Rezdy easy? I’m sure a lot of people on this forum would love a breakdown of how you get it integrated into your site. Works wonderfully!
Also secretly hoping I can travel to Italy for the Dec 30 Freeride Red camp smile http://www.ninjaacademy.co.uk/freeride-red
Hey Brryant, thanks alot! We’re hoping you can come ride with us too!
The Rezdy integration was pretty straight forward and for a product like ours it is a really great fit.
Firstly you would need to sign up to Rezdy, they have a 7 day trial period to see if it is the right booking app to suit your needs.
Following sign up you create all of your event based products and add them to a scheduling calendar, this is then reflected on the booking form.
Once the products are scheduled Rezdy provides tools to create a ‘Book Now’ button that you can then embed into your site.
The tools generate a little bit of script that creates the ‘BOOK NOW’ button and links directly to their calendar based booking form for your product. When creating the button you have the option to open a modal version of the form or link to a hosted version on their servers. It takes a little bit of playing around with the generated code to get the button stylings to look how you want but Webflow enables you to do that using the HTML & CSS export feature.
You can choose to have a booking button link to a category or directly to a product. For example if you click book now on Freeride Red it will open the booking form for that product whereas if you click Book Now in the Nav bar you will see a category list of products.
If a book now button isn’t what you want you can embed the script for the form directly into your Webflow page. You can customise the CSS of the Rezdy form to match your sites style however the layout of the form is fairly rigid and you can’t change it’s structure very much.
Thats pretty much it, Webflow made it kinda easy. If anyone would like some more advice on integrating it I’d be more than happy to help out