He has extended compatibility of Shoelace to Moodle 3.1. The main differential is the “Layout Settings” that allow you to create a preset for arrangement of blocks. Barnard also gave Shoelace a new look, incorporating new functionality and SVG recoloring.
Download Shoelace from Moodle Directory here. The latest build conserves the authentic Shoelace motives of light feel, Bootstrap base and expanded customization of colors and fonts, among other. Child themes, or new themes based on Shoelace, will benefit from a novel architecture.
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