Do you want to redirect your users to a specific page when they login to your LearnDash site? There are several ways to set up the LearnDash login process, and they all have different approaches to where they send users after they login. This article will explain 2 methods for controlling the LearnDash login redirect process. We’ll show you how to send users to specific pages after they login (and logout) of your LearnDash site.
Black Friday & Cyber Monday sales bring us some of the biggest deals on WordPress plugins that you’ll find all year. But the roundup posts are cluttered with 100+ WordPress plugins & themes, 99% of which you don’t need and will never use.
So I’ve pulled together a handful of LearnDash Black Friday deals to make your life easier. If you’re looking to take your online course platform to the next level, or have been eyeing a certain plugin but haven’t been able to justify the cost… here are the top LearnDash Black Friday deals of 2023.
P.S. If you’re open to other LMS platforms, TutorLMS is offering 50% off all plans, including lifetime!
Our very own plugins are on sale:
- Design Upgrade Pro for LearnDash: $15-30 OFF ($24 for 1 site)
- Design Upgrade Pro for H5P: $15 OFF ($24 for 1 site)
- Quiz Customizer for LearnDash: 60% OFF ($9.99 for 1 site)
Most 2023 LearnDash Black Friday deals are already live. Get them before they expire.
April 20, 2022: Compatible with BuddyBoss 🎉
As of April 20, 2022, our Design Upgrade Pro for LearnDash plugin is now compatible with the BuddyBoss theme.
Feel free to read on if you’d like to know how Design Upgrade Pro for LearnDash versions 2.18 and below worked with BuddyBoss. But if you’re using BuddyBoss and would like to use our plugin, we highly recommend you update to version 2.19 or later for the best experience.
TLDR: Some people use Design Upgrade Pro for LearnDash with BuddyBoss successfully. It can be done, but it depends on a) if you’re using BuddyBoss platform, BuddyBoss theme, or both, and b) which LearnDash elements you use, and c) which Design Upgrade options you’re using.
In most cases, it’s the theme that isn’t compatible. If you’re just using the platform plugin, most (if not all) of Design Upgrade Pro for LearnDash’s features will work as expected.
When using the Review Box in a LearnDash quiz, there’s a “mark for review” option for students. A “Review Question” button is displayed below the review box, along with a small, colored dot that indicates the color when a student has marked something for review.
If you want to remove both the dot indicator and the “review question” button, you can do so with the following CSS:
Are you looking to use a custom font for your H5P content in WordPress? The H5P website provides a short tutorial for making visual changes with CSS, but it leaves a lot to be desired. It also doesn’t provide any specific examples for using custom fonts.
This article will explain exactly how to bring custom fonts to H5P, and walk you through each step, providing code samples along the way.
Are you using the LearnDash login & registration modal popup, but want to replace the form with one of your own? Maybe a Gravity Form that utilizes user registration, or a custom form you built with WPForms.
LearnDash provides a way to use the registration popup and just replace the form that shows up within it. This article will show you how to do just that.
If you’re using LearnDash’s login modal, you might feel as though it’s a bit too wide. If you aren’t also using the free registration part of the modal, then the login form takes up a lot of space on the screen.
This super-quick tutorial will show you how to shrink the size of the login modal popup window. You’ll be able to customize the CSS to whatever width you want to use.
It’s a mouthful of a title but I honestly couldn’t figure out how to shorten it and still tell you what this post is about. Essentially, if you’re using…
… and you want to use Elementor’s Theme Builder to set up a dynamic Single Product template for all of your WooCommerce products…
… AND you want to display LearnDash course content on that Single Product Elementor template…
… this post will show you exactly how to do it.
On March 10, 2021, Justin Ferriman, CEO of LearnDash, sent out an email promoting a new plugin called PowerPack for LearnDash. In just 48 hours, the plugin is already being used on over 500 sites.
I’ve seen several questions already about what the plugin does, and if it’s a replacement for the Uncanny Toolkit for LearnDash. Spoiler Alert: It’s not. This article will explain what the PowerPack is, what it is not, who is behind it and how it differs from the Uncanny Toolkit.
If you’re using the LearnDash Notifications add-on, you may have noticed the message at the bottom of all notification emails that reads, “Don’t want to receive this email anymore? Click here to manage your notification emails subscription.” Click here links to a dynamically-generated page on your site.
The title on this page reads “LearnDash Notifications Subscription” and the URL is
/learndash-notifications-subscription/. Neither of these is ideal. This article will explain how to customize them.
There’s also some CSS you can write to improve the design, and possibly bring it more inline with your overall site layout & design. Buckle up… there’s a lot of code involved in this one 👩💻.