One of the problems I've found with Moodle is that it doesn't support xsl templates to format your contents in any way. It means than each user can format their contents as they want, wich is very nice if every one knew a little bit about style, what is not the usual thing.
To try to avoid a little this point it can be a point to include in the HTML area a button to insert html directly as a template of the contents. In that way, user that don´t kow well how to format contents, can insert a template and start including the texts.
I have done this and included just 4 templates (picture on left, on right, on top and 2-columns) but I pretend to create a more complete set of templates with pre-made html for:
- Theme objetives list
- Did you know...?
- To know more ..
I attach the code just in case you find it useful. To install it place the files in the same folders that are in the zip file from your site root path. (Only english and spanish)
Any suggestions will be welcomed!!
(PD: More about this subject in http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=21058)