Posts Tagged ‘hack’
Moodle's marching on strong with the release of Moodle 2.3. For those of you who have yet to migrate over to Moodle 2.x, here's another hack for the venerable Moodle 1.9. I've used this on my production site, mainly out of necessity. One of the issues I face of the file picker in Moodle 1.9 is that the Choose link is on the far right of the file [...]
How would you like to have a Hobby field show up in the Participants List in Moodle 1.9? Well it can be done! Charles Kelly of http://www.manythings.org has done it in his post here. The purpose of my blog post today, is to show you how to do it for your Moodle site. What's the benefit of doing this? In my humble opinion, knowing that you come [...]
Here's a handy docs page to be familiar with if/when disaster strikes your Moodle. Whether it's cleaning up spam profiles or fixing hacked files for your installation this is a great place to start; especially the section about Prevention. http://docs.moodle.org/20/en/Hacked_site_recovery A few of the suggestions for prevention: update [...]
Using the Accordion Resource Editor in an innovative way to (further) reduce the Scroll Of Death – Moodle 1.9.
As promised, this is the followup to an earlier post I made on Abrar Ullah's 2009 Accordion Resource Editor. I thought I'd share this YouTube video that shows how you can add Moodle resources and activities inside the Accordion; it doesn't just support labels and HTML code as previously thought. Hope you find it useful. For the full [...]
One project I've been working on is an online certification program. The Moodle manages nearly all of the steps from student sign-up through "graduation" however there are a few manual pieces that help to keep the process humming (Moodle does handle the payment gateway which is simply setup with the default enrollment plug-in by Paypal). A [...]