When we work with clients on managing event registration, the work often entails building online registration systems at a fraction of the cost of association management systems (AMS). The long-term use of these systems over years, for multiple events, with less annual fees is desirable for many organizations. An often untouched bonus to online systems is that they capture partial or incomplete registrations, allowing us to design follow-up drip marketing aimed particularly at dropped registrations.
When developing a Drupal site, one of the first decisions to be made is whether a basic install or an installation profile is best. The choice depends entirely on your website needs, developer preference and resources (time, money, knowledge).
BASIC INSTALL + THEME
Open up the Terminal application from under /Applications/Utilities/.
In the new terminal window, type the following command: “traceroute -n yourdomain.com”. (remember to replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain name).
Make sure to let the traceroute finish completely; it can sometimes take several minutes.
You should see something similar to the following when it finishes: