This feature is used to upload photos to the ad journal that are not ads. Once the photos pages have been uploaded they can be placed in a specific order throughout the journal (see placement instructions below).

How to get there: 

  • Login to your Wizevents account.
  • Click on the Websites (Journals) tab.
  • Locate the event you'd like to view. Click on the name of the event or hover over the three dots to the right of the event name and choose  manage ads.
  • Click on the create photo slide button.

What to do:


Label the photo in the Photo Tag field giving it a unique name that you will understand. 

Click "Select File to Upload" to select the JPEG/JPG/PNG/PDF file that's been saved to your local computer. 

Click Upload to upload the document or Discard to cancel. 

Find the photo in the list of pending ads and click on the “edit” (pencil icon).
Choose the “Background” for the Ad Category where you want the picture to display in the slide show. Choose “Opening Slide” if you want the picture to display before the tribute ad slides. Choose “Closing Slide” if you want the picture to display after the tribute ad slides.
The Last Name field controls the ordering where picture displays within the Ad Category chosen in step 2 above. Since all slides play in alphabetical order within a category, type the alphabetical letters in the “Last Name” field where you want to order the picture in the “Play Slideshow”. [For example: “m – photo tag name” will display with the tribute ads with the last name starting with “M” ]
Mark the slide “Active” using the “Status” drop down on the top of screen. Once a slide has been made active, it will appear in the “Play Slideshow”. Pictures only display on the “Play Slideshow” option of the Ad Journal.
Click “Save Ad” at the bottom of screen to save your changes.

Tips to review the order where pictures will display in the slide show
Click on the column header “Sponsorship Level” to sort in the same numerical slide order as in “Play Slide Show”.
Scroll down to see the order where the photos will display.