Creating Your Course Library Page with Memberium’s Free Page Templates


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This video will help you set up your responsive course library page so members can easily browse your entire course catalog in one place. If you don’t have Memberium’s free eLearning page templates installed, you can click here to have support install them for you.

This video will guide you through crafting your course library page using Memberium’s two different types of shortcodes: Page Builder Shortcodes for those of you using a drag-and-drop page builder like Elementor and Basic Shortcodes for those of you who are not using a builder. We will also show you where to find our LMS-specific shortcodes, which are designed to work with LearnDash or LifterLMS.

To be clear, Basic Shortcodes will still work for you if you are using an LMS.

Creating a dynamic library page

The goal of this video is to get your library page not just set up, but responsive. A lot of these steps involve using shortcode, but we will go through each move so you won’t get lost. The resulting course page will mark courses as unavailable to users who are logged out or who lack the proper membership level.

The first step is copy pasting the proper shortcodes, and then updating the membership level necessary for accessing a course. The next step is applying the proper course ID’s. These ID’s can be used to create progress bars on courses if you are using an LMS.

You will also be able to add images to your course library page. Images can be hosted on your site or others, and can be easily inserted into the shortcode to give your page a personal touch or to brand your content.

To access the page shown in the video, click here.

You can see all available Memberium membership site templates by clicking here.


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