Squarespace Membership Feature

Membership Squarespace Feature

Creating a member page using Squarespace If I could conduct my course on the Elle & Company website via Squarespace, what would happen? No matter whether you are building a new Squarespace site for your membership contents or building a membership page within your current Squarespace site (as I did for my course), it's best to begin by building a target page.

Because I didn't want my Course Country page to appear in the site navigator, I created it as a non-linked page by selecting the + symbol in the upper left hand corner section of the Non-linked Pages section of my Page Mnu. Name the new page main page main page, choose an empty page setup (because I like to create new pages from scratch) and click Edit Now.

I had an empty screen from there to begin building the target page for my new course, the Freelance Academy. The course was prebranded and I created the Adobe Illustrator logos, header and other graphics so they were all finished and up and running. The course emblem is placed at the top of the page with an icon area.

Instead of making a long horizontally cover picture, I kept the logotype in a quadratic shape and added 2 distance pieces on both sides to make the logotype look big in the portable world. Row breaks are a great way to subdivide your contents in subtle ways, so I used them to split the different parts of my course country page.

The course announcement and update had to be in front and in the middle, so I added an illustration pad with a shot in the head of myself (to make the course a little more humane and likeable) and a text pad next to it to keep the student up to date with the latest information. Among them I used Illustrator to create a timetable picture and added it to an illustration pad so the student always knows exactly where we are in the course.

Updating the timing picture every when a new plugin goes online (this is every 2 weeks), but it will take less than a second to open the Illustrator plugin and make changes and load a new timing picture onto the website. Modulgrafiken were also created with picture pads and placed in a raster by me.

Or you could use a galery pad to do this, but again I wanted the modular artwork to appear large in the portable mode (while a galery pad still contains the pictures side by side, makes them smaller, and makes the text difficult to read). Completed the final setup of the page by incorporating Q+A webinar and course fellowship section with picture and text pads.

It was my aim for this page to present the most important information and to make it easier for the student to find the website. When it was done, I pressed the gears button next to the page list in the Not referenced page list to open the page preferences and modified the page address from /main-menu to /freelance-login.

As soon as the target page was finished, I had to create the other inside pages for my member page. In order to organise the new pages, I added a directory in the Not Links section of the page navigator and a new empty page for each inside page. It' s like my Squarespace Hayden artwork automates the creation of a navigational menus for all pages in a single directory, which is great for help pupils move around the site with ease.

I' d like to take all the glory for finding that out early, but it turned out to be a lucky one. Name the Quick Jump directory in the page preferences, add a shortcut to the main menu and my inside menu was go.

They can also link to other pages in the directory, such as Facebook groups, so that they appear in the course navigator. I then went back and decorated each inside with picture, text and videoblocks. As with the landing page, I went back and allocated each of the inside pages its own URL.

This will also prove useful in stage 3, but it is useful to make them available early. After all the inside pages of the course had been configured, I visited the course page again and connected all moduls, tutorials and other web pages with the new inside pages.

Squarespace makes it really simple for you to create links to the inside of your website. Rather than locating each and every one of the URLs for the pages on your Web site and typing them under the Externals page, click Contents to find the page you want to be linked to. Having spent month searching for Squarespace third person choices, I kept returning empty-handed.

Not only does MemberSpace create a single user interface for each pupil to connect to your member site, it also safeguards your contents and is the simplest, best crafted feature I've ever found. Inside the dashboard I went to Member Pages in the top menu and then to Create Member Page. With the addition of the star at the end, MemberSpace safeguards all pages on my site that contain /freelance-login/ in their own address and are required to log in if they somehow end up on those pages.

Do you see how customizing all these single web sites in advance proved useful? To return to my Squarespace page, I went to the Hauptmenu, went to Preferences > Advanced (under the Website section) > Save codes, and then inserted the source into the header area. So my member contents were official saved on my Squarespace page!

MembershipSpace allows me to secure my new e-course by providing my student with custom login credentials and keeping my course on the home of my company - my website. Couldn't be more happy how simple it was to incorporate Squarespace and MemberSpace. When you have an e-course in progress, Elle & Company purchasers can get a 10% discount on their MemberSpace subscriptions for the first 3 month with the elle&co accesskey.

Whilst MemberSpace allows you to create membership schedules and calculate how much your member pages will cost, I have chosen to use Gumroad to enrol college and college kids for several different purposes. MembershipSpace does not allow these features yet. Having registered the course participants, I went to the Members page of my MemberSpace dashboard, clicking Join Member at the top of the page, and typed their name and e-mail adress.

Once they were added, they were sent an e-mail that guided them through their course registration, and they could immediately start accessing the course. I was very happy to use Squarespace and MemberSpace for my new e-course, the Freelance Academy. What applications and Web sites have you used to present and protect your membership assets?

Did you use Squarespace to hoster a course or resources lib?

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