Course Module navigation

Blocks ::: block_course_modulenavigation
Maintained by PimenkoClément Prudhomme, Sylvain Revenu, Jordan KESRAOUI
A block to show the users a summary (like a table of contents) of a course with section names and a list of all resources and activities. If activity completion is used in the course, course navigation block will display a circle (either empty or green)

Course Module navigation 4.4

Moodle 3.10
Released: Friday, November 20, 2020, 5:07 PM

Version Information

Version 1 (2016.04.26) 1. First release

Version 3.1 (2016.06.09) 1. Add Travis to check code 2. Add Gruntfile copyright 3. Fix bug where activities and resources having a visibility set to "hidden" are shown in the menu (thank to Mathias) 4. Check for Moodle 3.1

Version 3.2 (2016.06.23) 1. Define $myactivityid earlier 2. Add descriptions to templates 3. Fix a bug with the option "show the current section only" where link of title section doesn't work

Version 3.3 (2016.08.01) 1. Add links on the sections titles. Now each section title point to section page 2. Add an arrow after sections titles to open menu content.

Version 3.4 (2016.10.07) 1. Add option between downwards arrow and click on title 2. Show labels in the menu 3. Add option to show all tabs open

Version 3.5 (2016.11.22) 1. Compatibility with Moodle 3.2 2. Add option to show only course titles

Version 3.6 (2017.06.20)

  1. Check and update to Moodle version 3.3
  2. Update plugin for MDL-57769 - Course formats: Attribute 'numsections' was removed from topics and weeks, other course formats may want to implement similar changes

Version 4.0 (2018.11.14)

  1. Moodle 3.6 compatible
  2. Fix some minor issues

    Version 4.1 (2019.02.13)

  3. Fix bug with a critical issue

  4. Review indent and update code doc

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Moodle 3.10

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Default installation instructions for plugins of the type Blocks

  1. Make sure you have all the required versions.
  2. Download and unpack the block folder.
  3. Place the folder (eg "myblock") in the "blocks" subdirectory.
  4. Visit to complete the installation
  5. Turn editing on in any home or course page.
  6. Add the block to the page
  7. Visit the config link in the block for more options.