Linking to LMS Courses from an External Website
Before you can link to the course from a website, you must first capture the unique URL for the course.
Note: Do not cut or copy anything else until you finish this process. Doing so will overwrite the URL on the clipboard and you will have to re-copy it.
If you choose to make a direct link to the course from your website, the actual procedure will vary depending on the tools you use to edit your site. Most web development applications allow you to add links using an Insert Link or Insert Hyperlink icon (e.g. or ) in the Rich Text editor or by directly editing the HTML code. The ability to do this is not controlled by the LMS, but by your organization’s access restrictions to the web authoring environment.
In general, it will require you to:
Portal Administrators can use the Site Management tool to deep link a course directly from the Welcome area on the LMS Home page. This places added emphasis and direct attention to the course because it will display above the Featured Course list and is the first thing most users will notice upon log in.
To add the course to the LMS Welcome area: