Top 10 plugins to enhance the Atto editor capabilities #Moodleplugin

October 17th, 2016

Atto editor – the default text editor for Moodle introduced in Moodle 2.7 assists the users in entering content. Atto is the text editor which is developed specifically for Moodle by Moodle development team and provides many cutting edge features as compared to other text editors. Read More

Add Stash items using the new Stash Filter plugin #Moodleplugins

September 15th, 2016

Start learning Moodle Development with “Moodle 3.1 LTS modules development” book by Tomasz Muras @zabuch

August 11th, 2016

Tomsaz Marus, Moodle Lead developer at Enovation Solutions – Moodle Partner from Ireland & Creator of MOOSH, has entered into new arena of book authors with his first ever book on Moodle. The book “Moodle 3.1 LTS modules development” is aimed at developers willing to develop for Moodle. Read More

Export #Moodle data tables in Markdown format using the Markdown Dataformat plugin

July 13th, 2016

Creating Mobile friendly Moodle courses #MoodleMobile

May 18th, 2016

As the share of Mobile users is increasing on a rapid pace and now it has taken over the desktop users share, so it is essential for all online courses to focus and optimize their courses for Mobile users also.

In Moodle the official Mobile app can be used to improve the learning experience but still you need to optimize your course to cater the requirements of students who are using Mobile to access your Moodle course as all activities are not yet supported by Moodle Mobile app. Read More

#MoodleTips – Add radial course progress in your #Moodle course using this CSS code

May 3rd, 2016

Moodle Forums are a great way of sharing information and tips with other fellow Moodle users.  Jerome Di Pietro has shared his work on Moodle forums about adding a radial course progress indicator in your Moodle course with the help of CSS and Javascript. Read More

Add thumbnails with labels and captions using this code by Mary Evans #MoodleTips

April 14th, 2016

Mary Evans, the Moodle themes forum moderator has posted a new Look & Learn tutorial on Moodle forums about adding thumbnails with labels and captions with small HTML code which can be used in those themes which don’t provide marketing spots.

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Add Markdown syntax using Marklar – markdown friendly editor for Moodle #MoodlePlugins

March 11th, 2016

Marklar editor is a new markdown friendly text editor for Moodle which makes it very easy to write the markdown syntax in Moodle.

For those who are not aware about Markdown Syntax, here is definition from Wikipedia:

Markdown is a lightweight markup language with plain text formatting syntax designed so that it can be converted to HTML and many other formats using a tool by the same name. Markdown is often used to format readme files, for writing messages in online discussion forums, and to create rich text using a plain text editor.

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Import MS Word files directly by using Atto Word import plugin

October 20th, 2015

Another new plugin released in the Moodle plugins database is the Word Import plugin for Atto text editor which allows you to directly import all Microsoft Word files into your Moodle course including tables, embedded images and Microsoft Equation Editor equations, cleanly. Read More

Block HTML (Per Role) updated for Moodle 2.9

September 11th, 2015

HTML (per role) block is a very useful block to show different content to distinct roles at the same layout location within a moodle course. It has been updated to a new version to support all Moodle versions from 2.2 onwards.

It is very useful block to improve the usability of your Moodle site as you can display different content to the users based on their roles on your site. Read More