Post Status Excerpt (No. 64) — LearnDash’s Adoption of Gutenberg, Full Site Editing, and How to Protect Your Course Content from Theft
Jack Kitterhing joins David to talk about adopting (and adapting) Gutenberg — and Full Site Editing — at LearnDash for their LMS product. The conversation touches on the problem of people in the WordPress community having their course content stolen and resold. What can you do to protect and brand your learning product to deter theft?
Why This Matters: You’ll gain insight into Learndash as a WordPress company and learn why it’s crucial for product creators to onboard and help their customers do great work with their tools. Support the tool you build, the person using it, and the work they do with it if you want to keep them as long-term customers.
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