LearnWorlds Website Builder

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You can use the website builder and industry-specific templates to quickly and easily create a custom website with LearnWorlds.

The drag-and-drop and click-to-edit tools mean you don’t need any coding knowledge or design skills to build a professional-looking school website.

Key Takeaways:

  • Use an expertly-designed template and customize it using the theme explorer
  • The Starter plan only has access to a limited site builder
  • The Pro Trainer plans and above have access to the complete site builder

LearnWorlds Website Builder Benefits

No Coding or Design Knowledge Required

You can create an expert website without hiring someone to build it for you. 

The pre-built templates are designed by experts and organized by industry, making it easy to choose a suitable one.

You can then customize the templates using the site builder to suit your brand.

Easy to Use

You can use the click-to-edit features to adjust the settings of your sections and widgets and the drag-and-drop tool to arrange them. 

These features make it easy to design the website you want.

Create Pop-Ups

All the plans on LearnWorlds allow you to create pop-ups. These are super simple to build and can be created in a few clicks.

You can use pop-ups to capture your visitors’ attention and promote offers. Pop-ups like these can help increase your course conversions and capture leads.

You can create unlimited pop-ups if you have a Pro Trainer plan or above.

Mobile Responsive

On LearnWorlds, you can view and edit your website pages by different screen sizes.

You can view how your pages and website will look on a desktop or laptop, a tablet, and a phone.

This allows you to create mobile-friendly pages, optimize your content, and make it accessible to all users.

Multiple Languages Available

You can translate your LearnWorlds website into any language you want. This allows you to reach students from your chosen country.

LearnWorlds has ten pre-loaded languages, but you can also manually update your website labels to another language if your chosen one isn’t available.

Use Various Website Templates

On LearnWorlds, you can create various templates. These are called “site flavors.” 

This means you can design alternative versions of your website and switch between them. You can use site flavors to test different website designs or to launch temporary designs for a holiday, promotion, or season.

How to Use the LearnWorlds Website Builder

The website builder can be accessed from the sidebar. 

How to Use the LearnWorlds Website Builder

Within the site editor settings, there are several options you can choose from. These include the following:

Edit School Site

Edit School Site

By clicking here, you will open the site builder. 

You can edit all aspects of your school’s site from here. The site editor is formatted as follows:

Top Bar:

Top Bar
  • Page – These are the settings for the page you’re currently on. Clicking here will open a dropdown menu that includes the following:
    • Page Properties – Make your page public, name the page, adjust the page’s URL, add the page to a group, and add an expiration date for the page. 
    • SEO – Add your SEO title, description, image, and keywords. You can also see an SEO live preview and choose if you want to exclude the page from your SEO sitemap.
    • Top Bar and Footer – Choose whether you want a common, custom, or no top bar and footer.
    • Custom Code – Add custom code or edit the existing code.
Custom Code
  • Edit – Click here to undo or redo changes, copy, paste, clear, clone, or delete content.
  • Design – You can adjust the design of your website by clicking here. All the options will open a theme editor.

When you open the theme editor, there are five tabs. 

    • Theme Explorer – The theme explorer includes several expertly designed color schemes, font combinations, and page layouts. You can select one of these themes for your website. 
    • If you want to create your own design, you can click through the other tabs.
    • Colors – You can create your own color palette with your brand’s custom colors.
    • Typography – Choose or upload your fonts and choose the size of your heading and text.
    • Buttons and Inputs – Alter your buttons size and font size.
    • Layout – Customize the height of your sections.
Buttons and Inputs
  • Site – These are the settings for your website. Clicking here will open a dropdown menu that includes the following:
    • Site Navigation – Choose your home page, start page, and log out URL. Choose whether those checking out will need to sign up before being directed to the payment page. You can also choose whether non-paying users can access your school or where they’ll be directed.
    • Site Custom Code – Add custom code or edit existing code.
    • Site Language – Change the language of your site’s labels.
    • Site Flavors – Manage your alternative website templates.
    • This will redirect you to the Site Flavors section. There is more information on this below.
    • Exit Site Builder – Return to the LearnWorlds dashboard. You can also do this by clicking the arrow in the top left corner.
  • Add – You can add pages, posts, pop-ups, and funnels from here.
  • Help – If you need more help navigating and understanding the site builder, you can click here to open the LearnWorlds academy with relevant courses and articles.

Useful Buttons:

Useful Buttons:

There are several buttons located at the top of the site editor. 

We have numbered the image and will explain the buttons here.

  1. These are undo and redo buttons.
  2. The eye button allows you to view the site as a visitor. Click Save to confirm your changes.
  3. Site Flavor / About – This will show you the status of the site flavor you’re editing, when it was last updated, and the group. You can use the Edit Settings button to open the Page Properties, as explained in the section above. There is a Copy URL button, so you can easily share your page.
  4. Use this to view the page in different sizes and optimize your content for desktop, tablet, and mobile.
  5. Adjust the size of your school in comparison to on a desktop. 

Page, Funnels, Pop-Ups, and Blog:

Page, Funnels, Pop-Ups, and Blog

You can click on each of these, and it will populate a menu bar.

From here, you can select the page, funnel, pop-up, or blog you want to view or edit.

You can also add new pages, funnels, pop-ups, or blogs from here.

Main Screen:

Main Screen

The main screen is where you can make edits to your pages, blogs, funnels, and pop-ups. 

It is easy to navigate with both drag-and-drop and click-to-edit tools. 

Within your pages, funnels, and blog pages, there are sections. Most pages will have multiple sections that divide the different areas of your page. For example, product catalogs, payment forms, calendars, etc.

Each section has widgets. Most sections will have multiple widgets. The widgets include text, buttons, columns, etc.

You can customize the layout of the sections and widgets.

It works as follows:

  • Section Layout – If you hover over a section, three buttons will appear in the left corner of the main screen.
    The buttons allow you to edit a section of your page.
It works as follows
    • Layout Button – You can select an alternative layout template.
    • Edit – This will open a menu bar on the right-hand side of the screen. You can edit the page’s layout, background, effects, overlay, dividers, visibility, alignment, height, width, box border, box padding, box margin, and entrance animation effects.
    • … – You can click on this button to move, duplicate, or delete an entire section.
  • Add New Sections – You can add a new section by hovering over an existing section and clicking the + Add Section button.
Add New Sections
  • Drag and Drop – You can drag and drop widgets into your desired place by hovering over the item and dragging it into place. You can move widgets into any section on the page.
Drag and Drop
  • Add New Widgets – To add new widgets hover over an existing widget and click the + button.
Add New Widgets

You can then select the widget you want to add.

select the widget you want to add
  • Click to Edit  – Once you’ve added your widgets, you can use the click-to-edit feature to make changes. To do this, click on the widget you want to edit. 

This will populate a menu bar on the right-hand side of your screen.

Click to Edit

You can edit all aspects of the widget, including the action when clicked, visibility, layout, entrance effects, and scrolling effects. 

The buttons along the top of the menu bar allow you to move, copy, paste, duplicate, adjust the code, and delete the widget.

  • Top Bar – You can edit the widgets, links, and text that appear in your top bar. You can also edit the top bar settings here.
Top Bar
  • Footer – You can edit the widgets, links, and text that appear in your footer. You can also edit the footer settings and layout here.

Theme Explorer

The next option under Site Builder is Theme Explorer. 

By clicking here, it will open the site’s theme explorer.  

Theme Explorer

As we saw, you can also access theme explorer through Edit School Site. The options are the same as previously explained.

Theme Explorer

Sign Up/Sign In Form

Click here to choose your form. You can click on each option to preview it and then select your chosen one. Make sure to save your choice. 

Sign Up/Sign In Form

Logo and Favicon

You can upload your school’s logo and favicon.

Your logo will be used as a video watermark, if desired, in the header of your emails and will serve as your metadata image when your website is shared on social media.

Logo and Favicon

Custom Code

Clicking here will open your website’s custom code in the page editor. 

As we saw, you can also access this through Edit School Site.

Custom Code

Site Flavors

You can use site flavors to view your current live website design and create alternative designs. 

This allows you to test out new templates, designs, and looks for your school. 

When you’ve created your alternative design, you can set it as live here.

The site flavors feature also makes it easy to switch between your designs.

Site Flavors


Clicking here will open your website’s blog settings.


You can enable and disable your blog. You can also name and add a description to your blog and copy the URL. 

If you click the Edit Blog button, it will open the blog section through Edit School Site. You can then edit your blog and posts.


Clicking here will open your website’s pop-ups in the page editor. 


As we saw, you can also access this through Edit School Site.


Clicking here will open your website’s funnels in the page editor. 

Buttons and Inputs

As we saw, you can also access this through Edit School Site. 


You can view your current school’s domain. You can also replace your URL with a custom domain here.


Sign In/Up

This will open your sign up and sign in settings. 

Sign In/Up

The first tab is General. Here, you can edit the following:

  • Overview – This is a snapshot of all currently active authentication methods.
  • Email Verification – Choose whether new users will need to verify their email addresses when registering for an account.
  • Force Logout – Automatically log out users after a specified time of inactivity and decide how long the pre-logout message will be displayed.
  • Multiple Sessions – Choose whether you want to prohibit multiple concurrent sessions from the same user.

The second tab is LearnWorlds. This section allows you to set the settings for the login process. You can edit the following:

  • LearnWorlds – Activate the default authentication mechanism for sign up, sign in, and password reset handling.
  • Login Process – Enable or disable login to your school.
  • Sign Up Process – Choose who can sign up for your school.
  • Sign Up Fields – Choose and customize your signup fields.
  • Terms and Conditions – Choose whether a terms and conditions checkbox will appear on the sign up form.
  • Password Options – Decide whether users can hide or show their password and whether they are required to confirm their password when they sign up.
  • Password Strength – Set your password rules.

The third tab is Social. You can allow users to sign up to your LearnWorlds school using their social media accounts.

The next tab is Custom SSO. Here you can activate your SSO solution.

The final tab is SAML. You can use this section to enable SAML for user authentication.


Google has a service called reCAPTCHA. It is a free tool that can protect your website from fraud and abuse. 

You can activate it here by checking the box and entering your site key and secret key.



Clicking here will open your site’s navigation in the page editor. 


As we saw, you can also access this through Edit School Site. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. The LearnWorlds website builder is super easy to navigate, even with no website design or building knowledge. You can use the click-to-edit and drag-and-drop tools and theme explorer to design your pages.

Yes, LearnWorlds has tons of templates organized by industry. You can then use the website builder to customize the templates to suit your store.

Yes. Although it is not necessary to add code to your LearnWorlds website, you can add code to both your site and pages.

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Samuel Fletcher
Samuel Fletcher is an entrepreneur with over fifteen years of experience in course development. Sam enjoys researching and experimenting with the latest tools in the industry. Beyond this, Samuel is a blogger, online business coach, and regular contributor to community and volunteering projects. Samuel believes strongly that dedication, perseverance, and commitment are keys to success in any business. He was motivated to start SupplyGem after discovering how difficult it was to find good, honest, unbiased information online about online course platforms. Sam is a current member of the Association for Talent Development (ATD), the International Society for Performance Improvement (ISPI), ISA (the Association of Learning Providers), The Learning Guild, and the Training Magazine Network.