I like that you are using images in your site, that makes it very appealing.
If I were you I would offer a mini free course to hook up people and give them a taste of your great work. Then you can contact them and follow up with them, that way is easier to get clients.
I love the way you have used the categories to create a nav menu on the side. How did you do that?
Pueladawe 7 years ago
Here our homepage:
We are (WPBA = Weiße & Partner Business Academy) offering different management trainings and courses on our webpage with the Academy-Theme in Germany.
As you can see, we decided to disable the member-login and using the woocommerce-product only for the price-tag. For booking a course we’re placed a specific form on each course-description and with these the customer could be inserting his billing informations, choosing a course-date and -place. After clicking the “Button” we’re getting a booking-mail and the customer a receipt…
PS: The forms are created with the Visual Form Builder-Plugin.briansntus 7 years ago
First, thanks to all of you for your support and ideas on how to make the most of this awesome theme developed by ThemeX. I’ve learned a lot from your tips and tricks, and would like to share how we are using the Academy them on our site:
We are a presentation skills company based in Tokyo, Japan, and Anaheim, California.
Still a work in progress (aren’t they all?), but would love to hear your feedback and suggestions.
– BrianVipboy 7 years ago
Hi Marc Centelles:
Congratulations on your site and experimentation with Academy theme. I would like to ask how did you get the full background behind your courses, for instance:
I tried by setting a featured image in the course page, but got nothing.
I think that your answer would be helpful to many of us.
Many thanks in advance
Hi Vipboy, I used the featured image field that you can found under your course options. Try it again.
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