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Remove Search Courses and All Courses
 

After my student log-in to Moodle they get a page that lists the courses in which they are enrolled.  They also see the Search Courses box and the All Courses button.  Is there a way that I can remove these two?

I'm using the Anomaly theme, if there is a CSS-related solution here.

 
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Mary Cooch
Re: Remove Search Courses and All Courses
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In site admin>courses there is a box you can check to hide the "all courses" link. Another way is to enable MyMoodle in site admin>appearance and this way students will only see the courses they are enrolled in and nothing else.
 
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Picture of Michael Mills
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Mary,

I'm pretty new to Moodle but I've been unable to locate the checkbox to hide all courses I'm using version 1.9.  I have MyMoodle setup the only thing I need to do now is hide the allcourses link in the course.

Mike

 
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Picture of John St
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You can hide the course search box with:
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in your template.
 
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Picture of skanda pm
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Hi,

Is there any admin interface to hide course search box on student login?

Once the student login and search for a course, the student can view the teacher's profile. How to disable teacher profile?

Guide me on this.
 
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Picture of Michael Vollmer
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Can you please explain what you mean by this?  Thanks!

 
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Picture of Sharon Betts
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I would like to remove this from the front page in Moodle 2.0 installation.  Can someone point me in the correct direction?

Sharon

 
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Picture of Sue Holtz
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I have the same question. Moodle 2.0.

 
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Picture of Isabelle Langeveld
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Can someone post a solution on this matter? Can't find it..

 
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Louise
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I'm also looking for how to do this in v2.1.1

 
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Picture of Helen Foster
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In Moodle 2.0 onwards, you can hide the All courses link by ticking the checkbox in Settings > Site administration > Plugins > Blocks > Course list.

 
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Louise
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Hi Helen,

That removes it from the Courses block, but it's the search bar and 'All courses' button at the bottom of the front page that I need to remove (screengrab below), so users cannot see what other courses are on the system.

Is this possible?

Thanks,

Louise


 
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Picture of Helen Foster
Re: Remove Search Courses and All Courses
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To remove the search courses and all courses options on the front page, you need to make sure that the list of courses and the combo list is NOT selected in the front page settings.

Alternatively, you can make sure users are enrolled in at least one course before they log in, as the front page will then display only the course(s) they are enrolled in.

 
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Louise
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Unfortunately even if students are enrolled in courses the search bar still appears if you have the list of courses on the front page.

The only workaround seems to be to have the Courses block and no front page items when they log in.

 
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Picture of Hartmut Scherer
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Hi Louise,

Did you try out adding the following lines at the bottom of style.css?
#coursesearch, #coursesearch2 {
    display: none;
}

With kind regards,

Hartmut

 
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Picture of Jeroen Vi
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Hi,

or go to moodle/theme/*themename*/layout/general.php, and delete

div class navbutton phpecho page button /div

Jeroen

 
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