Life coach and PHM (Particularly Helpful Moodler) Michael Milette, developer of the plugins Moodle eMail Test, Contact Form, FilterCodes and the Training theme, shares with the community his “do”s and “don’t”s when it comes to Moodle development. #1 Do: Turn on Developer Debugging mode. Don’t: Disregard warning messages. Moodle offers a series of developer tools, of […]
Moodle HQ has launched the 3.9 release of the open source edition of its Learning Management System and the Moodle App.
Updated on May 15, 2020. Thanks not only to the incredibly generous, but also super fast, contributions of the polyglot “Moodlers” around, the Moodle LMS is available in dozens of languages and counting. The global nature of Moodle and its community has created a strong incentive to make the ability to add additional languages to […]
The world of Moodle plugins is a maremagnum. Some plugins are hard to classify. Lots of others behave as a bank of little fishes, hard to tell what each one does differently. They all even share the same architectural DNA. But did you know there are dozens of plugin types available? The new interface of […]
Marco Cevoli at translation company Qabiria has created a process to translate Moodle courses. The 5-step procedure focuses on finding the list of sentences, or for developers, “strings”, to be translated, which means this does not cover translation of additional media, like PDF files. On the Moodle end, you will need administration permissions for the […]
Deploy your site settings, plugins, language packs on other Moodle site using Moodle Flavours plugin
Moodle Flavours is a plugin which was initially developed as a part of the GSoC 2011 under the mentorship of Michael de Raadt. The good news for all Moodle site administrators is that now you can download all the settings done for a Moodle site including the plugins installed, language pack and language customization into […]
Login message, the block plugin which displays a simple message to users who have visited earlier, is upgraded for Moodle 2.8 The message changes depending on the time from the last login. You can change the message in the language packs.