With Moodle 3.4 and its “Early Bird” badge, the “Moove” theme for Moodle is launching Version 2, a “more clean, concise and beautiful” experience.
This set of new features is visible across “Moove” sides:
- Frontpage: Uniform design in the background and elements that can directly display activities and courses alongside the login dialog.
- Course view: A stylized Moodle Course Dashboard, though it requires that Completion Tracking is enabled.
- Admin dashboard: Display statistics such as disk usage, online users, and course and user totals.
Other recognizable traits of “Moove” are the icons that remain visible on the collapsible NavBar (it is a “Boost” child theme), and another collapsible section on the right, which is an ingenious way of providing functionality from Moodle blocks while maintaining uniformity between desktop and mobile.
In addition, it is already compatible with Moodle 3.4’s new features:
- The Calendar: It supports event drag-and-drop, toggle color-coded calendar visualizations, and quick pop-up event editing.
- New navigation options: The “Previous” and “Next” buttons, separated by a drop-down menu for quick jumping between course activities, is one of Moodle 3.4’s most important updates and is already available in “Moove.”
“Moove” is maintained by Willian Mano, Moodler from São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil, and engineer of UEMA’s Moodle site. The theme is donationware, if you want to support its ongoing development and keep it “free and alive,” do it here.
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