Tired of the old Moodle look, check out this delightful Moodle theme – Edwiser RemUI by WisdmLabs #MoodleThemes @Wisdmlabs

September 5th, 2016

Are you tired of the awful Moodle look and the clunky interface which make your teachers as well as learners run away from it? Then you can feel a bit relaxed now, as WisdmLabs has designed a brand new Moodle theme – Edwiser RemUI, which is more than just a premium theme. I bet that you are going to fall in love with the features and customization’s it has to offer to improve your Moodle LMS look. Read More

2 new opportunities for marketing professionals with Moodle HQ #MoodleJobs

July 11th, 2016

Moodle HQ is seeking two new marketing professionals to deliver campaigns across multiple worldwide channels with multiple segments and multiple languages. So, if you are into Marketing field then it may be a lucrative offer for you to join the team of the Moodle HQ and work with Moodle HQ, Moodle.org community, Moodle events, Moodle Partners, event attendees and Moodlers all over the world. Read More

Show wordpress posts on your Moodle site using WordPress Feed block #MoodlePlugins

June 6th, 2016

WordPress, the most popular open source CMS based on PHP and MySQL is widely used by more than 26.4% of all websites over the globe. Many institutes, corporates, universities who are using Moodle as their Learning Management System (LMS) are using WordPress as their frontend Content Management System (CMS). Read More

Add clean URL to your Moodle site using this Clean URL’s plugin @brendanheywood #Moodle #Moodledev

February 16th, 2016

Ever since Moodle has been introduced lot of persons requested to have the clean/semantic URL’s support like other CMS’s Drupal, Joomla etc. Clean URL’s may result in SEO friendly site, human readable URL’s when shared on social media sites, Better context of a page, eg what course is this forum in & ‘Hackable’ urls, going ‘up’ and also guessing urls is easier. Read More

MooWoodle – Bridge between WordPress-WooCommerce and Moodle

September 26th, 2015

DualCube Team has created a very much demanded plugin for WordPress named “MooWoodle”, which make you capable to connect your Moodle site with your wordpress site and sell courses through it.

The plugin is completely free of cost and once you setup the plugin in WordPress/Woo and the activate the webservice in Moodle, you are good to go with the course selling. Read More

Seamlessly connect & sell your Moodle courses in WordPress site

July 17th, 2015

Recently in one of the thread on Moodle forums, Rajiv Sathian from Edwiser has posted a link to Edwiser bridge plugin which can be used to seamlessly integrate your Moodle site with your WordPress site.

You can synchronize courses, course categories, student enrollment etc right from the wordpress site with just a tap of a button. You can also use the popular Woocommerce plugin in WordPress to sell your Moodle courses but for that you need to purchase a paid plugin from here for $55. Read More