This plugin works. The design approach is better than the last one I tested. The developer stays with the common wordpress editor so learning startup curve for making posts (lessons) is pretty low.
What is difficult is understanding how to operate the overall system. One sheet of help with short codes is not an operating tutorial. Any of the LMS systems I have looked at so far are complicated. Most suffer from a lack of written operating instructions. The kind that say to make a course do this. To make a lesson here are the steps, To integrate a quiz, install the Watu plugin and follow these steps to setup a quiz.
I got thru setting up a fairly extensive course with Namaste LMS, After struggling to setup two quizzes, I am done. Let alone the membership plugin to sell product. (Having to edit one of the model files to get a backend display into id order also did not impress me.) While it is obvious a lot of work has gone into programming this system, I am not of a mind to spend money on the pro version just to add in some instructor control and reporting. Every thing in the LMS world right now is pretty mush difficult or you have to spend money. I am going to spend money.
I searched a lot but failed to find any short code to display courses and lessons on front end in some order. Any one who did it please guide me. Rest of things are fine, payments coming soon according to help document.
Namaste Works Good, simple but looking forward for more interesting features
Good Luck Team!..
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