Create a course using

In this article, you will learn how to create your own membership site using

You will need:

Here's how it works!

In the menu, go to "Products" and then click on "Courses" (number 1 in the image).
Then click on the "Add a new course" button to be to create a new course (number 2 in the image).

On the next page, add the relevant course details such as name, description, images, etc. 

Click on "Save" at the top of the same page to save your changes.

Note: You can always modify this information after you have created your course by following the procedure described in the article How to modify the information of a course.

Create a course module

Now that you have your course created, it's time to create a module. 

To do so, click on the "Add module" button (number 3 in the image)

A pop-up will appear with a field for you to enter the module name. Enter the name of your module then click the "Save" button to save your changes. (number 4 in the image).

Create a lecture

Inside your module, click the "Add lecture" button (number 5 in the image)
Fill out the pop-up that appears with the relevant information :
  • The name of the lecture
  • A delay after the previous lecture
  • Choose a page type, among the templates

Click on "Save" to complete the new lecture (number 6 in the image)

IMPORTANT: The delay after the previous lecture allows you to control when the student will access the modules or lectures in a drip content access.
Here is the difference between the three types of access:
  1. Full access: This means that your clients will have access to all the lectures of your different modules instantly. Even if you have set a delay between lectures, this delay will not be applied.
  2. Drip content: This means that your clients will access your lectures progressively, according to the delay you have defined.
  3. Partial access: This means that your clients will only have access to a part of your course, i.e. to specific modules selected in advance by the instructor.
To learn more about the difference between the different types of access, we recommend reading the article on this subject by clicking here.

Note: the number of days set up on the "delay after the previous lecture" is in relation to the previous lecture and not in relation to the very first lecture of the course. You can choose the delay that you want, however you have to take into consideration that this delay is in "days", so if you put 7, it means that the lecture will be unlocked 7 days after the previous one.

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