This article discusses the following topics:
Simple HTML integration between Electa Live and your website
Publish course catalogs on your website
Publish a live class schedule on your website
Enable students to log into their profiles from your website
Allow student to create profiles on your website
Electa Live provides several ready to go "copy/paste" HTML code snippets that you can publish on your web site. You can integrate a student registration form, a log on for, course catalog or a class schedule on your website.
To reach the HTML code snippets click on Account Settings > HTML Integration & API.
Copy the respective HTML Code and embed it on your website using the HTML editor that you normally use to build your website.
The following code snippets are available
Student Log On Forms - enable existing students to log into their student area from your website.
Student Registration Form - enables students to create their profiles (self-register) on your website. This does not give access to courses and live classes. Registering a student creates a student entry in your database.
For this option to work you need to enable student self-registration from Account Settings > Look & Feel. Make sure to turn on the option "Visitors can create personal profiles on my site.". You can also modify the required set of fields that students have to fill in when creating their profiles. You can do so from the Set Required Entries button under the "User Registration & Self Registration" section.
Live Class Calendar - display a calendar with your live classes that are marked as "Show in published calendars". Showing a live class in a published calendar does not change the access requirements to it. This means that if a class requires authentication even if available in the public calendar users who want to attend will be required to authenticate with a username/password and let in only if present in the list of registers users for that class.
Course Catalog - displays a list with your courses on your website. Only courses that are marked as "published" are displayed here. Showing a course in a published catalog does not change the access
requirements. This means that if a course requires authentication,
even if available in the public catalog, users who want to attend will
be required to authenticate with a username/password.
Multiple parameters can be configured for published course catalogs. Read how to configure the parameters and appearance of you published course catalog.
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