We are changing our authentication method in Moodle to CAS, which our University has a standard login page that you will be directed to when you want to login to Moodle.
We are a satellite campus with our own Moodle installation and need to update our front-page to allow the user to land there and then choose "login" (we don't want to redirect them directly to the CAS SSO page as it might be confusing; our users are used to land on a campus-branded Moodle when typing in our URL).
I've made all the changes to the site to have our users first land in the front-page (guest role, do not force login etc.).
On the front-page we obviously now need a link to "login", but I do not want this link to still be visible once the users has logged on (because it will again be confusing).
Users are redirected to the "Dashboard" page, but some users like to use "Site Home" to view all their courses alphabetically, and this is then where they will encounter the "login" button again. (The Dashboard page in Boost only displays 6 courses at a time and users don't want to click on "view more"..."view more" every time to locate a course)
Question: Is there a way of adding text/HTML to the topic section on Site Home/front-page that is only displayed if a person is not logged in yet?
Is there any other way of facilitating this functionality?
Moodle 3.3.3 (Build: 20171113)
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