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The main student activities in a course
Availability conditions allow teachers to restrict an activity or section so that only certain users can access it.
Useful tools to add to courses or home pages
Change the look and feel of your site or course
Course formats (25)
Change the structure/layout of course pages
Filters can process and change text
There are several ways to extend the gradebook
General plugins go into the /local directory and do not fit into any particular category.
Redirect messages to other places
Connect to repositories of files
Export user content to other systems
Connect to different plagiarism services
Beyond REST, SOAP, AMF and XML-RPC ...
Various types of calendar systems
Useful code that does conform to any standard plugin type
Various software that is not implemented as a Moodle plugin yet may provide useful functionality related to Moodle.
Moodle plugins that require specific environment, extra attention during the installation, or custom core patches applied to make them work.
Moodle plugins that do not yet meet all the different standards and criteria to be listed in the matching plugins category.
The database linked checkbox field is an enhanced version of the current checkbox field that allows the individual values in the checkboxes to show as hyperlinks when the record is displayed. Clicking the hyperlinks will display a filtered search result based on the checkbox value.
Latest release: Thursday, November 19, 2015, 10:39 PM
The database tags block is a block that will display a tag cloud in a course. You can select any database instance within a course, and choose any checkbox, linked checkbox or database tag fields within those databases to be shown in the block. This is NOT linked to the Moodle Tags block- it only shows the tags created by the two new database fields.
Latest release: Thursday, November 19, 2015, 10:31 PM
The database tags field creates tags from comma separated text, similar to the way that Moodle generates tags from the 'Interests' field in the User Profile, but specifically for the database activity. When a record is displayed these are hyperlinked and when clicked will display a filtered search result based on the tag value.
Latest release: Thursday, November 19, 2015, 10:36 PM