Placed on the Moodle dashboard or along the course pages, HTML Per Role plugin shows different instructions, reminders or general information to a user depending on their role (e.g. teacher, student or guest). If there are custom roles created for the installation, it will support them as well.
The plugin adds a standard HTML block, which means that its support depends on the HTML support of the browser through which Moodle is accessed by the different users. With a modern browser, HTML Per Role supports embedded elements like image or video, and even widgets from third parties, like a Twitter stream, for example.
The latest build guarantees support for Moodle 3.1. View the full version list to find out a version compatible with your Moodle.
This plugin was developed by Parisian Valery Fremaux during ENTLibre 2.0, an Open Source development event promoted by the French Government.
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