Does elementor page builder work with LearnDash LMS?

You know that I like WordPress. I already talked a bit about it and mentioned some of the Learning Management Systems. In this post, I will talk about Elementor and LearnDash Integration.

Does LearnDash work with Elementor?

Yes, Elementor and LearnDash are compatible and can be used together to edit your online training site visually. You can easily edit LearnDash elements with Elementor.

What is Elementor?

Elementor is a visual site builder that can help easily customise your brand, including colour, scheme and font choices! You can customise the course, lessons, topics pages snd more.

Learndash Elementor Integration

To use the Elementor page builder, you need to install the Elementor Learndash integration. To do that, you will need to have LearnDash installed on your site and also the Elementor Pro.

Before you can begin using Elementor, you will need to enable Elementor on course lesson pages in Elementor settings.

The integration allows you to create dynamic LearnDash content in Elementor and even works with their global template options. Next, it’s time to explore which LearnDash elements can be edited using the new Elementor capabilities.

It will give you the option to create new templates and add widgets for eLearning content.

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