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Feature Spotlight: The CourseStorm Widget

Matt James

March 14, 2019

You’ve set up your classes for online registration with CourseStorm, and your catalog’s ready to go. There’s a good chance you have a site of your own, though, and you’d love to include a list of your classes on your site. Fortunately we make this really easy with the CourseStorm class list widget!

Our widget allows you to plug in a bit of JavaScript code to your site that will load classes from your CourseStorm catalog. Even better, you have complete control on how you style the list of your classes; if you know CSS or know web designers who do, you can make our widget appear seamlessly with the existing design of your site.

Take a look at how the class list widget blends perfectly with the rest of the Ely Folk School website:

The CourseStorm widget on the Ely Folk School site

In addition to customizing the colors and formatting of the widget, you can also control what displays at all. Want a simple list with just the name and start date of the class? The widget can do that! Want a full-fledged catalog with images, prices, and a button that links directly to the registration screen for the class? We can do that too. We want to give you as much control as possible to make the widget your own.

Maine Audubon uses our widget to display a clean list of their upcoming classes:

The CourseStorm widget on the Maine Audubon site

The widget is great to use in small blocks of content, too! MaineGeneral has a widget-powered “Classes & Events” block on their home page:

The CourseStorm widget on the MaineGeneral site

Want to start using CourseStorm to take online registrations for your program? Or want to integrate your existing CourseStorm catalog into your existing site? Email our Support Team today and they’ll be happy to help!


Matt James

Matt has over 20 years of experience in the software industry. As the founder or co-founder of four software companies, he comprehensively understands technology, design, operations, finance, sales, marketing, and customer service. Matt co-founded CourseStorm to connect learners to classes where they can gain education a la carte to enrich their lives through art classes, prepare for a new job, or level up their existing skills.

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