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Updated on November, 2019 Built with the university campus user in mind, the "Boost Campus" theme debuts a series of upgrades. True to its German origin, it offers an elegant and responsive design that does not underestimate the user. Do not...
Members of the Moodle Users Association tend to be full of ideas about what would make MUA and, of course, Moodle great. This time, Chair Richard Samson has decided to take us at our word, by developing three internal...
Low quorum pushed the Annual General Meeting of MUA to next Tuesday. In the past weeks, key developments now foretell some of its contributions to Moodle in the coming months. This makes the postponement a momentous opportunity for its...
For all the benefits of the "NavBar," the collapsible menu at the left of the new default "Boost" Theme for Moodle 3.2 and above, developer Alexander Bias felt a pet peeve had to be addressed. The NavBar offers a...
Chris Kenniburg, of the Dearborn Public Schools Districts, recently released version 1.3.1 of the "Fordson" theme for Moodle 3.2. With this update, "Fordson" allows further control of the NavBar (or Nav Drawer). This section on the left, togglable from a top-left...
Here's a cool plugin for Atto that allows site users to apply pre-defined CSS classes to text just using a drop down in the text editor. Similar to using Elements in a Bootstrap-enabled theme you can easily add some...
Another new plugin has been released for Moodle's Atto text editor named "Styles" which lets the administrator provide custom CSS classes which can afterwards be applied by users to block and inline text in Atto text editor. According to the...