27 articles in this collection.
Written by Veethi Telang
School Management - Adding Static Pages to Your School
- What is CoachRack?
- Getting Started: How to Create your First School
- How to Add a Course to Your School - Part I
- How to Add a Course to Your School - Part II
- How to Set Up Pricing for Your Course
- Managing Your Course: Adding Info, Images, SEO Details, and Author
- Drip in CoachRack: How to Set Up Sections and Lessons on Drip
- How to Sell Lectures as Standalone Products on Your School
- How to Manually Add a Student to a Course
- How to Award Certificates to Your Students upon Course Completion
- Subscriptions in CoachRack: Understanding and Using the Credits System
- How to Manage Orders on Your School
- How to Manage Comments on Your Courses
A full-fledged online school has got to have a variety of items to browse through, don’t you think? On your shining new school site, the courses may be the “belle of the ball”, but there’s stuff like Terms and Conditions, About You/This school, FAQs, etc. that needs to be incorporated too.
CoachRack's awesome Static Pages feature lets you create all those pages with just a few clicks. And, what’s more, those static pages can be neatly organized in the form of multiple menus on your school.
So, buckle up as we take on to creating a static page on our dummy school - The Sound of Music.
From your CoachRack sales dashboard, go to the More drop-down tab, and select Static Pages from the Site Management field.
Obviously empty right now, let's click on Add Page to add our first static page - About Us.
And, up opens up a popup window as follows:
Let’s add a Static Page called About Us here. So, fill in the Title, and the Slug will auto-populate. Hit Save, and you’ll reach its Edit Static Page screen. Let’s get adding content and other deets to it!
As you can see above, the Title and Slug fields are already populated. But, you can do much more with the details of this page!
Add a nice Summary of the page, enable/disable Comments using the toggle below it, and publish or unpublish this page anytime you want via Status drop-down. You can even add a pretty featured image to greet your visitors in a manner that reflects your brand.
Change the necessary settings, hit Save, and off we move to the real deal – Content.
We’ve put up a nice paragraph about what this school is about on the very user-friendly content editor of CoachRack.
Psst… enabling the Autosave toggle automatically saves the content for you. On the other hand, the Save Revision toggle ensures that any changes you make in this content over time are recorded in our database. Fret not; those changes can be accessible on the right-most tab of this screen – Revisions.
So, click Save, and move on to the next tabs.
Video, Audio and Attachments
Pretty simple screens, eh? Simply upload your content here by selecting the appropriate tab, and click on Upload. Our File Manager will open up, where you can put up your content, and insert it on the page.
Hey-yo! In case you were wondering about the size limit, just make sure every file size in under 500 MB 'cos that's the system's limit. No limit on the number of files you can upload though.
As we stated above, any alterations you do in this content will be automatically recorded under this tab. Preview it, Restore it, or even Delete it, by clicking on the icons under Options.
Click on Save, and go back to the original Static Pages list by clicking on the Back button towards the top right.
There it is! A brand new static page on our school, now ready to be served hot! Let’s preview it once by clicking on the eye icon under Options (or, eye-con as we like to call it! B-)), shall we?
Wow-za! What a beauty, isn't it? Our brand new static page is now part of our online school, and can be accessed by adding the "slug" right after our school URL. In this case: thesoundofmusic.school.invanto.com/about-us
Was that a cake walk or what? Now, now, it's a part of our school alright, but how do we make it visible to our students? How do they reach this page and the other static pages we'll create right from the default homepage of our school?
We'll cover that at length in the next tutorial. Keep reading!