Designing Moodle Courses for Mobile – Infographic by Lewis Carr @lewiscarr

July 20th, 2016

Lewis Carr (CEO and Founder of AdaptiVLE Ltd), has shared a nice infographic prepared for the MoodleMoot Ireland UK 2016 (#MootIEUK16) about designing Moodle courses for Mobile. The infographic is self explanatory and contains brief step by step instructions for creating a mobile friendly course with Moodle. Read More

Creating dependent Menus using database module

July 8th, 2015

William Lu has shared another beautiful presentation with the whole Moodle community on the site about usage of the database module to create the dependent menus.

Sometimes, when you collect information with a ‘Database form’ in Moodle, the ‘Add entry’
page shows many fields. If this includes some non-compulsory fields, then you can use a dependent menu to reveal relevant fields only. Read More

Moodle Tip – How to make vertical scrollbars for the course description

May 10th, 2015

Recently while doing a project I stumbled upon a problem about the very long course summary text which appears very bad on the front page course descriptions, so I thought of implementing the vertical scrolls in the course summary area for the courses which are having a large text in the course summary field. Read More

LOOK & LEARN: How to add marketing spots as a front page topic

March 16th, 2015

In a useful post to forums, moderator of the theme forum Mary Evans posted a very helpful thread about adding the marketing spots as a front page topic on your Moodle site.

The thread is very useful for all the theme designers as it uses some of the predefined BOOTSTRAP 2.3.2 layout elements which Bootstrapbase contains. Read More