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While searching on the internet, I came up to a solution to dock all the side blocks on your Moodle site by default which I thought to share with all of my readers as it is a very handy...
Here's a new theme for Moodle 2.4 by Joseph Conradt and Mike Finney which features drop shadows, a crisp contrast of light and dark elements and called out user information in the header.  White space is definitely the name...
William Cunningham, who runs an extremely elaborate and developed Moodle with his third grade students, gave me the pleasure of an interview via email.  This "Moodle in Real-life" story will be told in several parts, the 3nd is below....
Kristian Still shared with MoodleMonthly that a new version of the Moodle Dock has been released to the public.  Download the new Dock at http://bit.ly/96nL2a. More information is available at http://kristianstill.co.uk/wordpress/?p=1392. So, why the new release already?  At it's original posting...
We reported yesterday that the Moodle-I Dock was released on KristianStill.co.uk.  It's now been released as a plug-in/modules on Moodle.org for all to download (and for the community to engage). http://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=13&rid=3576 Related: MoodleMonthly covers the dock: http://www.moodlemonthly.com/2010/theme-mod-moodledock-by-kristianstill-moodledan/
Hamble College in the UK recently rolled out a nifty theme upgrade/modification aptly named the "MoodleDock".  The Dock creates a nice, animated course category and link quick reference.  The bar can be seen at http://vle.hamblecollege.co.uk/. Here's the line of thinking...