#Moodle Community meeting today for new theme project in Moodle 3.2

July 8th, 2016

Moodle HQ team including Martin Dougiamas, CEO and Founder of Moodle will join the community meeting today to discuss about the new theme project for Moodle 3.2. The meeting is scheduled on Friday, 8 July Friday, at 07:00:00 GMT. Read More

New Theme and Navigation project coming up for #Moodle 3.2

July 2nd, 2016

Moodle 3.2, the next stable version of Moodle, will include some major changes related to the theme and navigation including a brand new theme. Damyon Weise has started working over the new project with writing the specifications for it. Read More

Moodle 3.0 – New features and improvements

October 22nd, 2015

Moodle 3.0 the next stable release of the most popular open source LMS “Moodle” is fully packed with new features and lot of improvements. We looked upon all the issues slated in the Moodle Tracker for Moodle 3.0 and found these new features and improvements will have the biggest impact. 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

Moodle Developer Meeting – Watch youtube recording

April 21st, 2015

Moodle’s developer meeting for April 2015 is concluded today. In the meeting, Urs Hunkler discussed about his experience with Mustache template based Clean theme for Moodle 2.9, Adrian Greeve navigates through the UI navigation improvements in Moodle 2.9, Petr Skoda presented on the new timezones handling in Moodle 2.9 and Rajesh Taneja presents about Behat tests runs in parallel. Read More

Add tabbed navigation on your course: SMB Streamline – Tabbed Navigation Block

March 28th, 2015

A new block has been released on the Moodle plugins database by Nicolas Connault which adds the tabs on the top of the course. It is a very simple block with no configuration settings.

Simply add it to a course in Topics or Weeks format (and all sections shown on the same page) and it will add tabbed navigation to the course. Each tab links to a section (except section 0 which is always shown just below the tabs). Read More