Course introduction

Do you want to generate income by building an online stores platform? You can make a lot of money, and it’s a great opportunity to build your own business online.

The problem is that managing a store requires too much time and the back-end dashboards of WordPress and WooCommerce are complicated for the final user.

Besides store management, users have to purchase domains, hosting, make their sites secure, etc. This makes the task of creating and managing stores really hard.

In this course, we will show you how to create a platform like Shopify using WordPress and WooCommerce behind the scenes.

The store owners will be able to sign up on your website, select a pricing plan, and they will get an online store instantly; they will also be able to manage their store using a beautiful frontend dashboard containing your brand and design.

Course Overview

Below is an overview of what you’ll learn on this course:

1- Create site to sell your platform

We’ll show you how to create a WordPress site where you will display the pricing plans, show the features of your platform, display your contact forms, publish blog posts, etc. We will show you how to build a beautiful home page with Elementor.

2- Create your pricing plans

We will show you how to create a pricing table showing all membership plans and allow customers to register their online stores with a few clicks.

3- Create a custom login page

We will show you how to easily create a custom login page with your own brand and design.

4- Create a front-end dashboard for managing stores

We will show you how to create a frontend dashboard for managing the stores completely.

We will use the WP Frontend Admin plugin to create the dashboard with your own design, color scheme, logo, and brand.

You can display any page from the WordPress backend dashboard in the frontend dashboard. You’ll be able to can hide any unnecessary elements with one click to simplify the pages and forms, edit texts live, hide notices created by plugins, etc.

With this front-end dashboard, users will be able to:

  • See their sales reports when they open the dashboard
  • Create and manage products, categories, tags, and attributes
  • Create and manage coupons and orders
  • Manage customer and user profiles
  • Manage the store settings
  • Manage the site settings
  • Create and manage pages for their site
  • Apply themes to their own site
  • Create navigation menus for their site
  • Customize the site’s appearance
  • View and manage their account details
  • Manage their membership plan
  • Edit their site subdomain if allowed by the membership plan
  • View their store site with one click

And the best part is users won’t have anything to do with the ugly and many times complicated WordPress back-end dashboard. They won’t notice your platform is WordPress-based.


This is a great opportunity to learn how to create an eCommerce Platform with zero code. You can use the skills learned on this course to launch your own startup, sell it to a client, or offer it as part of your freelance services.