How people use Wowchemy to design beautiful websites 😍
With online courses, PhysiChemically helps 13-18 year old students ace their high school exams from anywhere - and you can teach with Wowchemy too.
“Wowchemy’s all-in-one open source website builder for Hugo makes it easy to share my knowledge, grow my audience, and scale the site to over 40 online courses across multiple languages, including Spanish, English and Catalan.
With features such as LaTeX math and media support I feel confident knowing that I can focus on writing content (including slides) within an open, supported and future-proof framework in the same spirit that I share my knowledge with students.
Mobile friendly means visitors can browse the site on the go and being multi-user allows PhysiChemically to be a truly collaborative effort.
There’s nothing more rewarding than seeing my passion for a subject spark creativity in others.”
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