Syllalab is a web-based application that lets educators build, maintain, and share their syllabi in the way that best suits them. Unlike traditional syllabi made with word processors, the Syllalab separates content from design. This provides educators with the ability to change layouts on demand, to change content without breaking the design, and to integrate data (e.g. dates and times) into other software.
You can create syllabi for free, using the Syllalab's simple syllabus generator. Additional features — such as web storage, online sharing, and calendar exports — cost only $18 a year (that's $1.50/mo for unlimited hosting). Visit the features page to see everything that paid users can do. Alternatively, visit the pricing page for more details.
Syllalab joins well-known companies like Craigslist, Medium and Slack in implementing email-only logins precisely because your security is a major concern. Every time you want to log in, you will receive an email with a unique, encrypted link that expires within ten minutes. Still curious? Some additional reading.