#Moodle CSS coding guidelines released @moodledev

August 1st, 2016

Moodle HQ has finally released the CSS coding guidelines for developers working on or with Moodle code. The guidelines talks purely about the mechanics of code layout and the choices made for Moodle. Now with the introduction of the CSS guidelines, there will be a consistent coding style throughout all areas of the Moodle project. Read More

Detect and Remove Spam from your #Moodle site using Spam Deletion block

July 6th, 2016

Spam is the irrelevant and unsolicited messages sent to users and Moodle is also prone to the spammers. To improve the self defense of your Moodle site, you can make use of the Spam Deletion Block which can be sued to detect and remove spam from your Moodle site. Read More

Lifecycle of a Moodle Bug – Presentation by Dan Poltawski #MootUS16 @dan_p

July 4th, 2016

Dan Poltawski, Senior Developer and Integrator at Moodle HQ, has presented his Technical Pecha Kucha presentation in the recently concluded MoodleMoot USA 2016 (#MotUS16) over the topic – “Life Cycle of the Moodle Bug”. Read More

Moodle 100% compatible with PHP7 #Moodle #PHP7 #MoodleQA

December 19th, 2015

Moodle has passed all 221 tests to be compatible with PHP7 and the new version 3.0.1 will be released in the next week having compatibility with both PHP5 and PHP7.

In a recent announcement, Dan Poltawski announced the 100% passing of the QA cycle with PHP7 which had just started yesterday. Read More

Moodle 3.0 Beta Released #MoodleWorld #Moodle3.0

October 24th, 2015

Moodle 3.0 the upcoming version of the most popular open source LMS in the world “Moodle” has entered into the Beta stage.

In a recent announcement on Moodle Forums, Dan Poltawski the core Moodle developer at Moodle HQ, announced the release of the Beta version of Moodle 3.0 Read More