How to Make an E-Learning Platform in Python & Django 3.0[With Source Code]

Shivam Rohilla
2 min readJun 14, 2021

Hello Devs,
In this post, you can learn how to make an E-learning website in Django 3.0, after reading this you can easily create an e-learning platform in django and check my GitHub repository and learn how to create an e-learning website in Django and python.

The Most Popular Examples of E-learning Platforms

1) Udemy

Everyone knows about this platform, udemy is the largest e-learning platform, in which we can buy or purchase courses, this platform is advanced and has top-notch features like user progress tracking and download certificates, udemy has 4–5 Interfaces or panels like Teacher Panel, in which teacher upload their courses and video or certificates and second is user panel in which user create a profile and purchase a course and start learning.
and after completing the course we get our certificate.

2) Edureka

3) Desire2Learn

4) Docebo

5) Simplilearn and there are many other platforms.

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Features of My E-learning Platform code:-
Dynamic Slider

User Login/ Registration

Add To Cart / Remove From Cart

Add Coupons

Payment Gateway Integration

Custom Admin Panel

User Panel

Search bar

Image Size Compressor

a) User Panel

-> Purchase Courses

-> Download Certificate after completing the course

-> Watch Videos

-> Edit Profile

-> Change Password

-> Order History

-> Add To Cart, Remove from Cart.

-> Calculate Total Amount

b) Custom Admin Panel

-> Upload Video for Particular course

-> Add Post

-> Category, Sub Category, and Sub Sub Category

-> Autoslug

-> Add Multiple Sections like FAQ or Price or Features

-> Add Discount Coupons

-> All Orders

-> All Users

-> Allow Certificates to Users, Admin has permission to enable or disable the certificate.

-> Index Categories and Post (Move post and Categories)

-> Add Dynamic Sections on Homepage

-> Add latest offers on banners

-> Add Blogs

and many other functionalities in this project…

Before running the project, run these commands,

1) pip install -r requirements.txt   2) python migrate   3) python runserver




Shivam Rohilla

Hello! I'm Shivam Rohilla, a seasoned Python Django Developer with 5 years of professional experience.