There is a Back to Courses link which can be used to redirect Users back to the Courses page they were visiting before they clicked to access a specific Course. — The setting is located in the Courses > Settings > General section of CourseCure. If enabled, a clickable “Back to Courses” link will be
The “License and Updates” box appears in the CourseCure > Setup section. This will display if the CourseCure plugin has been activated or not with a License Key. Note: Your License Key was provided in an email when you were issued CourseCure. You can also access your License Key in the Downloads section of the
This article includes examples of the following options for Courses within CourseCure: Course Settings Course Layout Course Styling Course Labels — The Settings section includes four sub tabs: — Course Settings A number of general settings can be adjusted in the General tab. — Enable Back to Courses Link: Can be enabled/disabled. If enabled, a
This article includes examples of the following settings for Quizzes within CourseCure. The table of contents on the right can be used to jump to any section. General Settings Quiz Setup Quiz Questions Quiz Settings Quiz Actions Quiz Shortcodes Quiz Results — General Settings There is a General Settings section that covers a few Settings
A Quick Start video is included below along with a detailed write-up (including screenshots). — Courses can be created in the Courses > Course Builder section. — The green plus icon can be clicked to begin the course building process. — The first step is to set a Title for the Course and click the
A Quiz can be added to any Course. This provides a number of useful options. This means users could be required to complete a Quiz before moving onto the next lesson within a Course. Or a set score must be achieved in order to pass a Quiz within a Course. These are just a couple
Note: The option to protect a Course only appears if WishList Member is installed. A full run down to create and setup a Course can be found in this Course – Setup Overview and Course Builder articles. — Covered in this Article: Protecting a Course using WishList Member Protection and Access Pay Per Course Access
A User has the ability to mark a Lesson, Module or Course complete as they progress through them. This allows the User to visually track their progress. More details on Users tracking progress can be found in the User Track Progress article. — An additional feature for Users tracking progress is the Linear Course option.
A quick way to create a new Course is by using the Duplicate Course option. This allows you to make a copy of an existing Course and then simply edit/change the copy to create a new Course. This is useful if you are creating similar Courses. Example: You may have an existing Course that just
A User can visually track their progress through a Course by viewing the Module Progress and/or the Course Progress sections. The percentages in these progress sections are generated by the User when marking Lessons and/or Modules as Complete. Coursecure handles the calculations and display based on the number of Lessons and Modules within the Course.