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.
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.
In today’s world, shared accounts are commonplace. I bet if you asked 10 friends if they’ve ever used someone else’s Netflix or Amazon account, at least half would say yes. That might not be a huge deal for a company as big as Netflix—with 138 million paid subscribers (source) and $15.8 billion in revenue in 2018 (source)—but for your small business selling online courses, it matters.
You’ve worked hard to create an online course that provides value to your students. The last thing you want is for students to share login information with a friend, who then gets to take your course for free.
This article will outline how you can prevent students from sharing login information for your LearnDash site (or any WordPress membership or LMS). So far, I’ve identified three different solutions, which I’ll outline below: