Learn how you can integrate the popular WordPress Learning Management System, LearnDash, with Paid Memberships Pro.

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About LearnDash

LearnDash is a WordPress Learning Management System (LMS) that allows you to create & sell courses, deliver quizzes, award certificates, manage users, download reports, and other similar features.

It is definitely one of the most popular and feature-rich Learning Management Systems around and when coupled together with Paid Memberships Pro can prove to be a powerful tool to create a membership focused learning platform for your customers.

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About the Integration

The developers behind LearnDash have designed and developed an integration with Paid Memberships Pro that will allow you to:

  1. Associate one or more courses with a Paid Memberships Pro Membership Level.
  2. Allow users who purchase a membership level to be auto-enrolled into any given course.

This integration will require you to have Paid Memberships Pro and LearnDash installed and active on your site, as well as the Integration Add On.

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Comments (2)

I have learndash installed and when I set the course to closed it disables the course description and video. I’d like to have the description and video shown on the page, I have a ticket in with learndash as well, not sure if you have any insight or workarounds. I have paidmembership plugin disabled for now, but I like the user registration process better if it is enabled. Please advise.

I haven’t tested this but you could try adjusting the Memberships > Settings > Advanced Settings > “Show excerpts to non-members” setting. This may not do what you need.

Another method would be to recreate all of the course content pages as “Pages” in your WordPress site. You could then link up a prospective course member to your “sell page” for that course. Logged in members with the right access could be shown a link to there course using the membership shortcode documented here. This would be some extra work on your site but it would be the non-developer workaround to getting that content to be “public” on a closed course.

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