Destinations

Passport Online has a huge library of destination content. Not only does that information show on offer itineraries, but that same information can be displayed in other ways:

 

Destination Showcase

The Destination Showcase is a slideshow-type display that will allow you to easily show different locations, and information for those locations. Here is an example of how it will look:

 

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Skagway
This small yet charming city in Alaska's panhandle is a throwback to the gold rush era. Skagway is a well-preserved part of Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park.
Lisbon
Lisbon, the enchanting capital of Portugal, entices sightseers with its vibrant color, stunning Gothic architecture, and temperate weather. Easily traversed by foot or tram, the city’s distinct quarters and vivid cultural landmarks make Lisbon an excellent spot for exploration.
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia is an Arabian Peninsula country, with a coastline running along both the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea. Tourism in Saudi Arabia might involve seeing the amazing city of Riyadh, the temples of Madain Saleh, Jubbah's rock art, and the immaculate waters of the Red Sea.
Papeete Tahiti
The capital of French Polynesia, Papeete is a veritable island paradise with bright cerulean waters, iconic overwater bungalows, and palm trees galore.
Montreal
Canada's second-largest city and the most populous city in Québec, Montréal is a cultural capital and replete with magnificent architecture, immersive museums, and lush botanical gardens and parks.
Key West
Beaches, margaritas and relaxed vibes are all part of visiting the island city of Key West, where summer never ends.
  • Buenos Aires
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    Buenos Aires, the vibrant political and cultural capital of Argentina, has become an enticing destination for many travelers and a must-see destination in South America. Founded in the sixteenth century by Spanish explorers, Buenos Aires has since developed its own unique flair.
    Buenos Aires
  • Tokyo
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    Shopping, historic temples, lush green spaces and exceptional dining are all part of Tokyo, the capital of Japan. This spectacular, highly populated metropolis holds unlimited options for tourists.
    Tokyo
  • Rapid City
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    Rapid City is the gateway to iconic Mount Rushmore National Memorial and a delightful stop for your next trip to South Dakota.
    Rapid City
  • Suva
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    Suva is the capital of Fiji and a popular island destination in the South Pacific. Highlights of this tropical city include Fiji Museum, Thurston Park, Mount Korobaba, and Colo-I-Suva Forest Park.
    Suva
  • Saudi Arabia
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    Saudi Arabia is an Arabian Peninsula country, with a coastline running along both the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea. Tourism in Saudi Arabia might involve seeing the amazing city of Riyadh, the temples of Madain Saleh, Jubbah's rock art, and the immaculate waters of the Red Sea.
    Saudi Arabia
  • Cozumel
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    A Caribbean island paradise, Cozumel lies a short distance from Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula. Visitors can enjoy a variety of activities, whether taking advantage of world-class snorkeling and scuba diving, swimming with dolphins, or lounging with a drink at one of the island's seaside resorts.
    Cozumel

Adding the Destination Showcase

To add the Destination Showcase, make sure you have an unused area on your page to use (an easy way to do this is to add an additional row).

Select Add Content from the unused area:

Select Destination Showcase as the Page Element.

 

Destination Showcase Settings

The settings will vary slightly depending on which display type has been selected, but in general they'll look like this:

Title: This will add a title above the destination showcase. It is not required

Title Alignment: If you've added a title, this will determine the justification of that title text.

Alignment: This will allow you to set your showcase to left, right, center, wrap left, wrap right. If your showcase is set to 100% width, the alignment setting won't matter.

Width: The width of the showcase can be set as a pixel width, or percentage. Remember to use percentages if you want the showcase to be responsive to the page width.

Padding: This will put additional space around the showcase (similar to adjusting the width of an picture frame that it sits within)

Display Type (see above on this page for examples or click the type):

Slideshow Settings:

  • Automatically play: When this setting is checked, the showcase will automatically continue to move through the destinations.
  • Display Navigation Arrows (on hover): When this setting is checked, navigation arrows will show on the destination showcase when hovered over, allowing the site visitor to skip through the destinations.
  • Display Navigation Buttons: When this setting is checked, blocks at the bottom of the destination showcase will display representing the different destination slides. A site visitor can click the different boxes to navigate through the destination slides.

Transition Style:This will determine how it looks when one destination slide changes to the next.

Seconds per slide:This will determine how many seconds a single destination slide will display before changing to the next destination.

Show "Learn More" button: Uncheck this if you would not like to include the "Learn More" button

"Learn More" Button Text: Defaulted to "Lean More," this allows you to add different wording in 

Show "View Offers" button: Uncheck this if you would not like to include the "View Offers" button

"View Offers" Button Text: Defaulted to "View Offers," this allows you to add different wording in 

Destinations:

  • Show all available destinations: This will automatically display destinations from all available destinations
  • Show only specified destinations: Selecting this will display a list of available destinations, allowing you to select just the destinations you would like included in the show case.
  • show all except specified destinations: Selecting this will display a list of available destinations, allowing you to select the destinations you do NOT want included in the show case.

Destinations to Show: The number of destinations to include in the showcase.

Advanced Options

  • Title Font Size: This will allow you to set the destination title size
  • Text Font Size: This will allow you to set the destination information text size
  • Base Image Size: This will allow you to change the size of the destination image

Destination List Page

To add the Destination List page, first, add a new page and select Travel Content Link (Destination List) as the type of page:

See the page here.