Page Course format forks and enhances Flex Page Format for Moodle 2.4 through 2.7

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Moodlerooms Flexpage format is a pretty interesting way to reenvision a course from the end user. While complicated to setup, you can reconstruct a Moodle course essentially from it’s core components into a very different Moodle experience.

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Recently, Valery Fremaux of MyLearningFactory in France released the Page Course format which updates Flexpage with new features. The set of plugins which comprises the new format is available for download for Moodle 2.4 through 2.7. Flexpage is available for only 2.2 through 2.5 at the moment. Additional feature include administrative tools like changing access rules for certain pages, easy page editing and organization, and more.

Check it out at https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=format_page

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5 COMMENTS

  1. please i am finding it difficult to install and use the flexpage course format in my moodle site. i am using elegance theme.
    any help or direction to a resource that will help me will be highly appreciated.

  2. Joseph thank you very much for your reply.

    I am using moodle 2.7 and the latest version of elegance theme.

    the latest version of flexpage on the plugin directory shows [2.6.0 (Build: 20140603) (2014022600)Moodle 2.6]
    which i downloaded and install alongside all the flexpage plugins. i carefully followed the instructions to get it to work,but i cannot pass the step where they instruct the user to copy the page.php file from the flexpage directory and include it into the working format page (course_format.php) as in the case of elegance.

    i opened both files in my text editor but dont know how to merge them. i first of all copied the codes in page.php and paste them into course_format.php, but that dont seem to work.

    please i will gladly appreciate anyone who can give me a clear instruction on how to do it.

  3. I’d post to the comments on the Flexpage module with your exact, detailed question or in the forums at Moodle.org.

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