Die hard fan of Anomaly and Afterburner Moodle themes? Now get them for Moodle 3.1 #Moodlethemes

August 15th, 2016

Afterburner and Anomaly the two Moodle themes were among the most popular Moodle 2.0 themes and were a part of the Moodle core till the launch of Moodle 2.7 when they were moved from Moodle core to Moodle plugins. Read More

Display enrolled courses in beautiful manner using Custom Course Menu plugin #MoodlePlugins

June 3rd, 2016

Custom Course Menu is a new plugin for Moodle which allows you to add a block which displays the enrolled courses to students in a highly customizable manner depending upon your course requirements. Read More

Add new menu items in Navigation Block using Custom Navigation plugin

October 6th, 2015

Navigation Block appears on every page of the site & includes My Home, Site Pages, My Profile, and Courses. What appears in the navigation block depends on the role of the user, where they are in the Moodle site, and any settings that have been applied globally. Read More

Aardvark theme updated for Moodle 2.9

September 24th, 2015

Aardvark theme, the original Menubar based theme has been updated for Moodle 2.9 version. Aardvark theme is so much popular that it has been downloaded more than 199k times till date.

Over the past 10 years Moodle has integrated some of the features that have made Aardvark so popular into its core system, including custom menu and user menu. Read More

Archaius theme updated for Moodle 2.9

July 23rd, 2015

Archaius theme which is one of the most popular and most downloaded theme in the Moodle themes database has been updated to a new version to support Moodle 2.9

Archaius is a free moodle theme which gives you several options to customize your Moodle like: Read More

Handling question marks in Custom Menu item links

March 17th, 2015

In a recent thread on Moodle.org forums, one of the Moodler asked a question about adding a link in the custom menu. He was trying to add a link in the custom menu items field on the Theme settings page with having a question mark in between the link, due to which that particular link was opening in the same tab, whereas all other links were opening in the new tab because of the target=”_blank” attribute. Read More