Themes ::: theme_moove
Maintained by CONECTI.ME LTDA
Moove it's a Moodle's theme that makes online environments more clean and intuitive for learners and educators. If you like it, please show some love by clicking "favourite" ( ♥ ) below!
Latest release:
22487 sites
518 fans
Current versions available: 11

Moove premium version!

We are proud to announce that now Moove has a premium version. Look at this as an alternative to help the free plugin version. Check this out!

Go to Moove Premium site

Moove Premium live preview

Developed and maintained by CONECTI.ME LTDA is a Moodle passionate company, with large experience in the implementation, customization and evolution of Virtual Learning Environments in Brazil and abroad.

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About this plugin

Moodle is awesome, but we can be better together!

Moove it's a Moodle's theme that makes online environments more clean and intuitive for learners and educators.

Its intuitive layout is optimized for online learning, focusing on the things that matter - your learning activities and content.

Moove frontpage

Moove start page

The new Moove brings a cleaner and standardized platform.

Texts, backgrounds, and fonts are more uniform and enjoyable

Some present features

  • Slideshow;
  • Marketing boxes, which can be disabled;
  • Site numbers;
  • FAQ;
  • And all blocks available on Site administration > Front page settings.

Footer area

A footer re-design was made to make it compact, but still having all important data like contacts, social media, Moodle stuff, and others.

Moove frontpage

We also prepared an area to focus on share your Moodle App Links. Wait, you don't have a custom moodle app? Talk to us and we do to it for you!

Contact us to get your own Moodle APP

Moove frontpage

Login page

Modern, responsive, and easy to use. If you do not have a front page for guest users, there is no problem, your first page will be perfect for your learners.

Login page can have 1 or 2 columns, depending on the elements your site have.

Moove frontpage

Front page

Nothing is too good that could not be improved! This is our frontpage.

Course cards received special care to bring a modern view view.

Moove frontpage

Course page

Moove keeps on its path to focus on what matters, your content!

The new course page is the page with more improvements on Moodle 4.0.

  • Course index navigation(which can be disabled in the theme settings): displays all course sections and activities;
  • Course blocks: now users can show/hide(already present on Moove);
  • New activities icons;
  • New visualization for activities restrictions, deadlines, completion;
  • New collapsible topics.
Moove frontpage

Profile page

The new Profile page was simplified but still improved.

User info, user interaction buttons, and some performance improvements.

New Moodle 4.0 special Moove features

Site font

Now it is possible to choose a font for your site.

Mobile APP links

You can redirect your users to download your Moodle APP. Wait, you don't have a custom moodle app?. Talk to us and we do to it for you!


It is possible now to create a FAQ to be displayed for your users on the front page.

Enable/Disable course index navigation

Moodle 4.0 introduced the course index navigation, which displays all course sections and activities on a left-side navbar. This resource is amazing, but if you don't like it, no problem, Moove can disable it for you.

Premium features

The main idea behind the Moove premium is to keep the open-source project alive. After a year of the launch of a premium feature, this feature will be added in the free version, so... it is time to add some cool stuff here. Wait for news.

Because education is for everyone.

Moove is the only theme with accessibility focus.

Moove accessibility settings

Accessibility features

  • Font type — currently there are only options to choose between the default font and the OpenDyslexic font. This is a new open-source font created to increase readability for readers with dyslexia.
  • Enable accessibility toolbar — the bar has options for increasing and decreasing the site font size, and 3 different types of text contrast can be chosen.

The accessibility bar was inspired by the accessibility block, but all javascript has been rewritten, along with how the stylesheets are displayed.

When enabled, the accessibility bar is displayed at the top of the site, as you can see below.


You can see the theme documentation on


First way

  • Clone this repository into the folder theme.
  • Access the notification area in moodle and install

Second way

  • Download this repository
  • Extract the content
  • Put the folder into the folder theme of your moodle
  • Access the notification area in moodle and install

Stay updated!

Follow the theme profile in medium and stay inside the news. Link to the medium profile

Special thanks

  • Some designs were made in partnership with Kaptiva.
  • A special thanks to Irandy and all your efforts.


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  • Mon, Aug 22, 2022, 6:07 PM
    I am with Kim and Clemens, if possible there will be an option to disable the slide since it is not yet responsive with other devices. But among the other templates available, this one is the best. Thanks for developing it and keep it up!
  • Tue, Aug 23, 2022, 2:50 PM
    @Dave That's what I thought as well first. However I took a look at the offical website of the "OpenDyslexic font". And I can clearly see the difference (e.g. the OpenDyslexic font has weighted bottoms and letters like b and d can't simply be flipped). I also opend the DevTools of my browser to take a look at the code. And the code itself says the font is comic sans. As I said it is not only on my own moodle site but also on the live prewiev site that is linked here.
  • Tue, Aug 23, 2022, 2:59 PM
    @Helen - you are absolutely correct, the demo site is showing comic sans rather than the OpenDyslexic font. We will have to wait for the theme developers to respond regarding this.
  • Sat, Aug 27, 2022, 11:08 PM
    Is there a way to expand all weeks at once so that I can see all activities and easily copy activities and move them to other weeks?
  • Sat, Sep 17, 2022, 7:27 PM
    when I create a block on the home page, "latest announcements", I select region-content to display on the middle zone of the page.
    This only works in a course and does not work on the home page.
    How can I display a block on the central part of the home page?
    Thank you.
  • Sun, Sep 18, 2022, 8:03 PM
    I have 2 issues on mobile view: course index pane shows only the down arrows, but doesn't display the sections. Second, again on mobile view, my courses does not scroll down to show all courses. I tried it with Academia theme and it seems fine, but it isn't ok with moove, boost , and many other themes. Also, the first issue (empty course index pane on left) is persistent with all themes. Do you have any idea why these two issues happen and how I can solve it.
    Thank you in advance.
  • Mon, Sep 19, 2022, 9:50 AM
    Sélim MEZITI You cant.
  • Mon, Sep 19, 2022, 9:51 AM
    tumer altas no, I don't.
  • Tue, Sep 20, 2022, 3:15 AM
    First of all, thanks for this great theme!
    I am running it on moodle 4, how can I, on the homepage, "available courses" block, display only the course picture + the first lines of the course description, with, for example a "read more..." linked to the full course description?
    Can't find where to set this up...
    Thanks for your help!
  • Tue, Sep 20, 2022, 6:41 AM
    yann vautrin Moodle doesn't have this feature.
  • Tue, Sep 20, 2022, 5:37 PM
    Thanks for you answer! I will find a workaround!
    Now, I want to change the URL Link of the Logo in the header, I know it is hardcoded in moodle, but I can't find the header.php file to modify the code? Any idea?
  • Wed, Sep 21, 2022, 4:00 AM
    yann vautrin You need to change the source code.
  • Tue, Sep 27, 2022, 4:27 PM
    I am using Moodle 3.11 and the Moove theme, I have encountered a problem where the 'edit settings' (cog) icon has stopped showing in the top right of activities, I have editing turned on within the course, and can edit if accessing from the course main page - but have lost the icon from within the activity. This has stopped working all of a sudden, and there is nothing we have done (e.g. we haven't done any updates, server changes, CSS additions etc) to account for this. This issue has been reported via but curious if anyone else has experienced this issue?
  • Tue, Sep 27, 2022, 5:12 PM
    Actually - I have tested the above issue in another theme, and have the same problem - so I don't think is theme related...!
  • Wed, Oct 5, 2022, 12:00 AM

    What is the proportion of course covers for them not to be cut?

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