Educattio - Courses & Exams WordPress Theme
By : CodeVisionThemes Published on Wednesday, December 13, 2017,22:01:27 in WordPress Themes
Please take a minute and read these information BEFORE purchase
- Read the documentation
- Minimal required PHP version 5.6, recommended 7.x
- WooCommerce plugin is required to monetize website.
- All settings are stored in WordPress customizer
Educattio – Courses & Exams WordPress ThemeWith Educattio you can create your new courses website in a just few clicks. Theme contains advanced courses business logic which allows you to build your own courses and lessons structure. On the top of the that, you can start monetizing by installing WooCommerce and creating simple relationshop between the product and course.
MonetizationEducattio implements functionality for monetizing websites. It means that you can start earning money by selling an access for users to courses. At the moment theme has two main ways how to monetize the website. You can sell full access to all courses or you can sell access per course. For checkout and payments theme is using WooCommerce.
Subscriptions & Recurrent PaymentsIt is possible to purchase WooCommerce Subscriptions plugin. Please note that plugin is not bundled in the package and it is required to purchase it.
Custom Review RatingsCreate unlimited star ratings fields for your review forms. You can specify name, number of stars and reguired attributes per each rating. After review submission new average rating is assigned to course. You can create new ratings under “EduHub – Review Ratings”.
Translation ReadyAll strings are properly wrapped into translation functions so it is not a problem to translate the plugin at all. You can find translation catalogues under languages folder.
Code Quality MattersIn Educattio we are focusing on the code quality so everything is well coded and structured. For the developers it will be pleasure to code new functionality because we are using classes and namespaces for everything so it will be easy to dig in code. One more thing, we are using annotations for do_action() and do_filter().
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