## Themes: Campus

theme_campus
Maintained by David Bogner, Gareth J Barnard
Campus theme allows you to customize the look and feel of your moodle site as much as possible. It provides an elegant way for designing the header. It is fully responsive and optimised for MNET authentication and provides all common features of modern moodle themes such as slideshow, custom category design, social icons,...
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This theme is the designers choice. You can make the theme look great, or just really aweful. The theme is designed to have the possibility to reflect the corporate identity as much as possible with providing theme settings to adjust your header to your design needs. Some of the features are:

• Responsive header divided into background/logo.
• Font types
• MNET authentication
• Full-Screen mode for max working comfort
• Sub-themes for course categories
• Frontpage-Slideshow, category slideshow
• Social Icons

### Contributors

Gareth J Barnard: Developer

• Mon, 20 Mar 2017, 5:43 AM

I see. Not a bug because of $CFG->themedir. Cheers, Gareth • Mon, 20 Mar 2017, 8:56 AM Gareth, Sorry, I couldnt get your comment. Sorry for bothering you too much, i ve just spend so much time on it , it on my dreams can you please advice me, if there is a way i can make the less of child theme work without changing anything in parent theme. Just dont want the updates to break the site. • Mon, 20 Mar 2017, 7:56 PM Hi Saad, Please look at how settings.php works in regards to the implications of$CFG->themedir. I don't think at the moment you can make a child theme work without changing the parent theme unless I make changes to support thereof. This may happen in the future.

Kind regards,

Gareth
• Mon, 20 Mar 2017, 8:14 PM
Thanks Gareth! For your support and this amazing theme.

Though i couldnt exact get what aspect of childtheme are you linking with themedir as i havent inherited settings.php. Anyways nevermind.
• Mon, 20 Mar 2017, 8:17 PM

Its not about settings.php precisely but what it does with \$CFG->themedir / how it copes with it, hint hint.

Kind regards,

Gareth
• Tue, 9 May 2017, 4:12 AM
Greetings David & Gareth,
Campus really is a great theme. We've done some testing and it's something we're considering as we upgrade to Moodle 3.2 this summer. We're wondering if you've had conversations about supporting docked blocks. I've scanned the comments here and don't see any mention of it. It's a feature our faculty like a lot.
Thanks for the great work,
Ryan
• Fri, 12 May 2017, 12:13 AM
Hi Ryan,

Docking is something that we don't want on Campus, however I'd be happy to provide a modified version of the theme for a fee. I think it would take about 2 hours to half a day of my time.

Kind regards,

Gareth
• Fri, 26 May 2017, 4:37 PM
Hi Gareth (and Ryan)
I use this theme on various Moodles with colleges I work with. As far as I can see it is the only one to provide category sub-themes which is a brilliant feature. I would certainly be happy to pay to see an updated version of this theme to include docking. I would also like to see if there was a simple way to offer alternative colours for the various symbols. Gareth, are you talking here about producing a version of theme that would be available to everyone as a standard theme? This would be my preferred option as it would allow others to benefit. Ryan, would you or anyone else be open to sharing the costs?
Ken
• Fri, 26 May 2017, 11:30 PM
Hi Ken,

Campus does not provide category sub-themes. There are only category headers within the same theme. Docking solution is currently under investigation. What do you mean by alternative colours for symbols please?

Gareth
• Wed, 7 Jun 2017, 2:45 AM
Hi there Gareth,

Any chance we'll be seeing a 3.3 compatible version of Campus in the future? We're running the theme in our 3.3 staging server, and it's 98% compatible, but there are still a few niggling little issues. However, I'm not sure if it's because of the disparity between the 3.1 theme and the 3.3 server.

Thanks!
• Wed, 7 Jun 2017, 2:53 AM
Hi Paul,

Yes there is a chance.

Kind regards,

Gareth
• Fri, 16 Jun 2017, 8:57 PM
Hi Paul,

just change the height of your images used in the header. Make sure combined they equal max width of the theme and have the same height. Reducing the height will of both will do the trick.

Kind regards
David
• Wed, 19 Jul 2017, 3:16 PM
Hi Gareth
Thanks for replying and sorry for my slow response to your post, I have been away for a while. I realise that category variation is only limited to changing the header so not actually a "sub-theme" but that is really useful in the contexts where I work, and as far as I can see Campus is the only theme that offers this feature.
When I say colours for the symbols, I mean the fixed symbols such as the dividing ">" in the breadcrumbs or the "?" in a circle which all seem to be a light purple colour. I cannot see a simple way to change these.
Ken
• Wed, 19 Jul 2017, 7:50 PM
Hi Ken,

There is no setting for the breadcrumb divider and the icons '?' in a circle have the 'iconcolour' and 'iconcoloursetting' settings.

G
• Sat, 29 Jul 2017, 2:24 AM
Hi,

Moodle 3.3.1+ and campus theme 3.3.0.2, when clicking on a category (list categories or combo) the following message is displayed: