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Today, WordPress is being used in a multitude of ways—from content hubs to e-commerce websites and everything in between—more users are turning to WordPress to power their digital experiences than ever before.
One of the reasons WordPress has become so popular across various use cases is the massive catalog of pre-built, industry-specific themes users can quickly install to begin building the types of sites that suit their needs.
Course Maker Pro, created by BrandiD, was built using the Genesis Framework and seamlessly integrates with the LifterLMS Learning Management System. LifterLMS is one of the most popular LMS plugins for WordPress and makes it easy for users to create, sell, and protect their engaging online courses, training modules, and other educational content.
If you’re new to WordPress, Genesis is the most popular WordPress theme framework among web developers and digital marketers today. More than 1 million WordPress sites use Genesis as their foundation and thousands of designers and agencies rely on it as the way to build beautiful, secure, and future-proof WordPress themes.
Course Maker Pro is no exception, and the new theme provides instructors with an amazing template for building their online courses, regardless of what the subject matter might be.
The theme comes pre-loaded with various demo content configurations and starter packs that load beautifully-designed and easily-editable content blocks in seconds. Course Maker Pro is also enabled with One-Click Theme Setup, which makes it even easier for users to install the theme and get started building their online courses immediately.
Course Maker Pro’s homepage layout will drive traffic to your site and engage users with your course materials while communicating that you’re an authority in your space
In addition to all of the above, Course Maker Pro features all the options and settings users have come to expect from a modern, Genesis-built child theme. Check out the list below to see all that’s included:
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