Themes: Aardvark

theme_aardvark
Maintained by Picture of Shaun DaubneyShaun Daubney
The original 'menubar' based theme for Moodle, evolved for the modern student. NO LONGER BEING DEVELOPED

Aardvark 3.1

Release notes

/*
* Aardvark
*
* The original menubar based theme for Moodle based on Bootstrap.
*
* Aardvark has evolved over the years as the Moodle core has integrated the many
* of the features that have made Aardvark so popular, including custom menu and
* user menu.
*
* The theme features a simple flat look with inspiration taken from Flat UI and
* Google's material design.
*
* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* More information and documentation can be
* found at https://moodle.org/plugins/view.php?plugin=theme_aardvark
*
* Licenses
* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* - Theme - http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl.html GNU GPL v3 or later
* - Font Awesome font is licensed under SIL OFL 1.1 - http://scripts.sil.org/OFL
* - Font Awesome CSS, LESS, and SASS files are licensed under MIT License -
* http://opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.html
*
* Author - Shaun Daubney
* ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
* Twitter: http://twitter.com/newburycollege
* Website: http://vle.newbury-college.ac.uk
*/

v3.1
- (2016081900) Fixed mobile/responsive menu issue (hamburger)
- (2016081800) Fixed Undefined variable: html in aardvark/layout/header.php
- (2016081800) Fixed alignment of logo in header
- (2016080500) Integrated global search function
- (2016080500) Added new range of small 'M' logos in pix/logos
- (2016080500) Added Snapchat option in footer
- (2016080500) Replaced Wikipedia svg with Fontawesome icon in footer
- (2016080500) Removed z-index for Assignment PDF editor from aardvark.css
- (2016080500) Updated Fontawesome to 4.6.3
- (2016080500) Updated aardvark/lib.php
- (2016080500) Updated aardvark/settings.php
- (2016080500) Updated aardvark/version.php
- (2016080500) Created new branch - AARDVARK_31_STABLE

v3.0 (Unpublished - used as base for 3.1 - thanks to Mary Evans)
- Depreciated Logo URL.
- Added new setting for 'Brand Logo' filpicker.
- Transfered all individual settings CSS to style/setting.css.
- Renamed style/custom.css to style/aardvark.css.
- Updated aardvark/lib.php.
- Updated aardvark/settings.php.
- Validated all CSS stylesheets with W3C CSS Validator (http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/)
- Updated aardvark/version.php
- Created new branch - AARDVARK_30_STABLE

v2.9.7
- Removed <?php echo $html->navbarclass ?> from header.php (not required) [Mary Evans]

v2.9.6
- Convert fixed path to dynamic path for img.defaultuserpic url. Fixes broken default user image links; when Moodle is mounted in a sub-directory. [Timothy OBrien]

v2.9.5
- removed the z-index fix that turned out to be less of a fix and more or a nightmare

v2.9.4
- increased z-index even more because 5000 was too low for the activity chooser

v2.9.3
- fixed actionmenu hover colour
- increased z-index on PDF Editor

v2.9.2
- fixed img max-width issue that affected Gradebook in Chrome

v2.9.1
- updated a few oranges and yellows to make them less "murky"
- fixed logo width to allow for wider logos

v2.9
- redesigned with a modern, flat style to appear less cluttered and easier to navigate.
- fixed issue with mobile/responsive menu not showing in 2.9
- tidied up some custom settings that are no longer required or broken.

v2.8.1
- replaced 'profileblock' with new 'User menu items' from Moodle Core.
- set Moodle 2.8+ as minimum specification

v2.8
- updated to fix image widths in version 2.8

v2.6.4
- updated config.php for gradebook compatibility in Moodle 2.6+ (Thank you Mary)
- added Wikipedia to Social Network icons in footer

v2.6.3
- added a workaround for the TinyMCE hyperlink issue in IE11
Moodle 3.1

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