Reset button

If you’d like to give your students a way to reset their lesson completion, you can use the WPC reset button: [wpc_reset] To customize the button, we offer the following options for the shortcode. You can use custom text for the button, a custom CSS class, specify what course you want to reset (leaving out…

Change your licence URL

If you’ve activated our plugin on your site but want to change your URL, hosting, or even add SSL, you need to remove your old URL and add a new one. You can do that by logging in and clicking to “Manage Sites”.

Getting Started with the PRO plugin

To start using WPC PRO, make sure you’ve deactivated the free version and deleted it. To use the PRO version, you’ve got to install the new PRO version via the link in your receipt and then enter your activation code. Next, you’ve got to configure it: with the right colours, content type and user type….

Graph and Progress Tracking

WPComplete PRO offers 3 variations on visually showing a students progress through your course. Note: if you use caching plugins and the progress bar is not updating, you may need to use our async (in beta currently), like: [wpc_progress_percentage async=”true”] The first is text-only, which includes 2 options. The first is showing the percentage completed:…

Peer Pressure

If you want to give students an added nudge of pressure, you can list where they are in relation to other students for each lesson in your course: [wpc_peer_pressure zero=”Be the first to complete this!” single=”1 person has already completed this!” plural=”{number} people have already completed this!” completed=”Yay! You did it!”] Here are some further…

Button Shortcodes

With the PRO version of WPComplete, you can use all the shortcodes, including the above code for manually adding a button to any type of content. You can also add several buttons to the same page, using “name”, like so: [wpc_button name=”button-one”] You can also show the button from another lesson on your content by…