Courspress and Upfront

Hi,

I'm trying to implement Course Press using an Upfront based theme.
It seems to be having issues though (although, I've probably made some mistakes!)

Whilst I can create a page that shows the course details, and prompts sign up http://sing.mrhandley.co.uk/sing

Everything else from there doesn't seem to work. The virtual pages don't render properly. So whilst a student could sign up, they can't seem to actually take the course.

The course page is blank http://sing.mrhandley.co.uk/courses/a-test-course

and any furhter pages (so take this course etc) seem not to be working.

Whilst I have managed to implement a version of the dsahboard http://sing.mrhandley.co.uk/dashboard it then takes you to the course details page, which doesn't seem to be rendered. You also can't seem to access the dashboard, unless I put a link in the navigation (is there a way to make a log-in redirect to the dashboard?)

Also, the courses page display an archive page http://sing.mrhandley.co.uk/courses

How do I fix this? Is it possible to implemet course press using upfront? What else may I need to do.

I've granted admin access in case that is needed.

Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Tim

  • Nithin
    • Support Wizard

    Hi tim_handley,

    Hope you are doing good today. :slight_smile:

    I'm afraid, at this moment, CoursePress Pro plugin is not fully compatible with Upfront. It's due to how the virtual pages are being rendered in Upfront, and it would require a lot of custom work in order to make the plugin work.

    The developers are aware of this, and plugin compatibility will be a heavy focus. We're always grateful for your feedback, and appreciate your patience while we make Upfront the best product we can.

    Please let us know if you still need any further assistance. Have a nice weekend. :slight_smile:

    Kind Regards,
    Nithin

  • Nithin
    • Support Wizard

    Hi tim_handley,

    Is there any other plugin that it is compatible with, apart from the course press plugi- in, which doesn't quite look like we'd like?

    Upfront doesn't behave like a default WordPress theme, as it has it's own powerful framework, and Drag & Drop APIs. CoursePress works fine with any default standard WordPress theme, would recommend you to give a try.

    Upfront developer are working on compatibility issues. You may have to tweak a bit in terms of running other plugins, it's something which we are looking forward in our future release, as Upfront is still a growing platform.

    Best Regards,
    Nithin

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