How to Quickly Create Lesson Pages Using Memberium Page Templates
If you don’t already have the page templates installed on your site, click here, to have support install them for you.
Creating lesson pages is a key part of building an online course. You can take advantage of Memberium’s free page templates to quickly get these pages published. You don’t need to spend any time working on the design as we’ve done that for you.
This short video tutorial will allow Memberium users to quickly and easily create a lesson page by using Memberium page template. Creating a lesson page is a simple process that uses a standard WordPress page without employing any additional modules. Simple editing allows users to create a lesson with a title, the author’s name, and a short lesson description before including lesson files, videos, and more.
Creating a Lesson Page
Before starting a new lesson page, have support install the assorted page templates available to Memberium users and then seek out the Individual Lesson Page template among the list of template pages.
From there, install a plugin that allows users to clone an existing page template. We use a plugin titled “Duplicate Post” by Enrico. This way, the original page template can remain as is, so that it can be used for future lesson page planning.
Once you have downloaded and installed a duplication plugin, choose the “Clone” option for the Individual Lesson Page template, and once you have created a copy, edit the title so that it displays the name of the lesson page you’d like to create.
Editing a Lesson Page
Once you have created a lesson page, you can open it and edit it to your liking. For example, you can add a lesson video to the top of the page where the video template is located. If your lesson does not come with a video, you’re free to delete this block or replace it with a useful feature of your choosing.
To insert your lesson video, choose the “Insert Video” option from the lefthand side menu.
The title of the lesson page and the author’s name are automatically pulled from the area where the page was created. Additionally, you can add a course description or supplemental course information as needed directly under the space displaying the author’s name.
To the right of your lesson title, you’ll see the Lesson Files block, which can either be utilized to display associated lesson files or deleted. Lesson files can be linked to the Lesson Files block via the editing menu on the left side of the screen.
You also have the option to link prior and following lessons to the Previous Lesson and Next Lesson buttons through the editing menu.
When you’ve finished editing and you’re satisfied with your lesson page, hit the Publish Lesson button on your screen.
Should you choose to return to your lesson page for future editing, be sure to protect the page before making any changes by going to the Document tab on the right-hand menu, scrolling down to the Document Protection settings, and choosing the options available to you. From there, update your preference and continue with your editing work.
You can see all the templates we have available here.
- Learn How to Build a Main Course Library Page (that links to your different courses)
- Learn How to Build Individual Course Pages (that links to lesson pages like you just created)