Help !

Got a question about using this website?

You can find answers below. Simply click the question to see the answer.

Don't see what you need? Please use our Tech Support Form - as quickly as we can, answers will be sent to you and added to the Help section for future reference, too.

(For workshop & program questions, please contact the teachers directly)


Number one - don't OVER format things!

We recommend keeping your event description formatting as simple as you can. It should remain easy to read, and not Too Cluttered with bolds and italics and colours or  HUGE TEXT.

Also, when you copy & paste from Word or other document software, you can end up with all kinds of misplaced

space and incorrect line-
breaks. like this....

Take the time to go through your description and look for paragraphs that didn't come across correctly. Backspace to get rid of excess line breaks and big gaps in text.

Use paragraph breaks to keep the blocks of text short and quick to read.

  • Use bullet points for quick details
  • Make sure to include the extra detail fields at the bottom of the submission form
  • Be as specific as you can with your location address
  • Include a registration url!

DO NOT USE TOO MANY instances of all caps :)
Do not use ALL CAPS in your TITLE. This is both bad SEO and too hard to read. When your event comes up in the "featured program" box on the front page, due to the font formatting, all caps are very hard to read AND take up too much space.

DO NOT use                    extra spaces with your space     bar     to get things where you want them      to be.

If you're really having trouble with the copy & paste process, we recommend pasting from Word into something like Notepad - this will STRIP out ALL the excess formatting and leave you with plain text and the raw breaks that are included. This can really help you spot where the problems are, AND give you a quick, fresh starting point to format more cleanly in the event editor.



If you run a workshop series, or a program that repeats throughout the year, you must add each series session as an individual event. DO NOT add a single event that runs for a year. Events setup with dates that extend beyond the actual session dates will be deleted. EVERY event listed must have a start & end date of the ACTUAL event, not a SCOPE of dates within which multiple sessions will occur. To list ongoing programs or services that require an appointment (rather than open registration) please ensure that you select "Coaching" or "Series" as the event category. IF you feel that there is not a suitable category, please let us know. If we find demand for new categories, we will add them. It's simply more fair that way. reserves the right to edit or remove events that attempt to take advantage of the first listing position that are not actually occurring on the dates indicated.


TO Update Your Porfile

Once you are logged in, simply click the "profile" tab in the left menu bar..

That will take you to your profile.There are profile sections that you can edit

Fill in or change whatever information you wish in the section and click the white "Submit" button at BOTTOM OF THE PAGE. (You must click that or your changes will not take effect.)


You can do that as often as you wish! As soon as you click the save changes button, your updates will be live. You may need to clear your computer's cache if you don't see them after refreshing the page.

The easiest way to change your password is to click on "Profile", then go to update password section Add your old password and new password click on submit.

To format your BIO so it looks nice, and is easily readable, use the following tips:

  • Use two (2) returns to add a space between paragraphs
  • Use BOLD to highlight important things.
  • Use SHORT paragraphs. They are easier to read.
  • BULLET LISTS are good, too.
  • Words that are deemed "common" by the system will automatically get linked on the visitor's side of things. This is good for both SEO and for visitors looking for specific information. You'll notice if you click those links (the random purple text) it generates a search page. When multiple teachers use the same terms, you all benefit.