I believe Eileen's "Deduper" extension is just about the answer I needed - I haven't completely grokked the user interface, but I'm confident that those of us who really want to successfully deal with nick names and AKAs will find the answer here.
i think ADG have swopped out the civicrm logo with their own. If so then you can disable this on your system as a whole by going to /civicrm/admin/setting/misc?reset=1 and turn off the 'empowered by civicrm' setting
If you used custom fields to store answers for the questions than you can use Event Participants List( CiviCRM >> Reports >> Event reports) report to get all the information gathered for the event.
Note: Make sure you have is searchable option turned on for all the custom fields you need to be available on report or search.
Could you check if the field is hidden by doing inspect element on browser? It may be possible that the field is hidden by your custom css (display : none). If so you need to over-write the css to display : block or remove the line from css file
Welcome to SE! I agree with Pete about how the logo is being added. If you want to disable it on all public forms then change the option to 'No'.
However, if you want to keep 'empowered by' but change the logo then find the file templates/adgcreative/css/civicrm.css and change the image file on line 3 that currently reads url(../images/adg-creative-sm.png)....
OK, so this is a partial answer to my question - don't use CiviMail but use Scheduled Reminders instead - a reminder about a specific event will have access to tokens such as event summary, event start date, etc. so I can send a reminder to those signed up for an event and use tokens to specify the event. The reminder can be reused for other events without ...
This is a known issue that happens with the Shoreditch theme. It is due to a problem between Core and Shoreditch/Bootstrap, that I've written about here.
You can still click the top option and then use the top tabs to navigate to the page you need.