You can configure the way your ticket groups and levels appear on the homepage by going to Event Dashboard>>Event>>Purchase Settings>>Settings. You have several options on this page:
Hiding Sold out Ticket Groups and Levels
You can hide sold-out ticket groups or tickets by checking the boxes under Registration Settings. Hiding ticket groups will prevent them from being visible on the homepage. Hiding tickets makes them disappear from the purchase screen (you can't hide them from the homepage).
A major benefit of this feature is that it gives you the ability to “clean up” your event website as tickets sell out, so that visitors to your event website are able to clearly see what their ticket options are.
Select Ticket Groups at the start of registration
If you want your ticket groups to be selected as the first step in registration, then check Require ticket group selection at start of registration. The event tiles will look like this, with all the ticket groups laid out, but without showing ticket levels.
In order to register, your registrants choose their ticket group first, and are then sent to a separate page where they select the ticket level (in this golf outing example, this is the tee time) and the number of tickets.
If you have a large number of ticket groups, this method prevents a cluttered front page.
Quick-Buy options and purchases directly from front page
If you have only a couple of ticket groups, you may want to allow registration directly from your front page, which means that registrants can select their ticket levels and their desired number of tickets right away using quick-buy buttons. This is enabled automatically, but you can turn it off and on by clicking the Allow registration directly from homepage or the Do NOT allow registration directly from homepage buttons. Registration on the front page looks like this:
After selecting their desired number of tickets, the registrants click Sign Up and go to the next page (the checkout screen, or the donation page if you have enabled that).
Hide Ticket Count until X number of tickets are left
Also on this page is a field where you can enter a number that will display beside a ticket level with a cap when that number of tickets remain available. For example, you could enter 10 and when you have sold all but 10 tickets in one of your ticket levels, that ticket level will start "counting down" until it's sold out.
The default setting for this is that all ticket levels will display the number of remaining tickets if you have set a cap.
Event Display Options
You can choose to have your events display in grid format or list format. Grid is the default:
List looks like this: