Themes: Campus

theme_campus
Maintained by it's me David Bogner, Gareth J Barnard 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


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it's me
David Bogner (Lead maintainer)
Gareth J Barnard
Gareth J Barnard: Developer
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  • Picture of Monica Bokos
    Wed, 29 Nov 2017, 5:21 PM
    Hi Gareth,

    They are on the bottom for me too when I am not in editing mode. As soon as I am in editing mode they pass on the right and they overlap...

    Monica
  • Gareth J Barnard
    Wed, 29 Nov 2017, 6:53 PM
    Hi Monica,

    Nope, cannot replicate in editing mode either.

    Gareth
  • Picture of Monica Bokos
    Wed, 29 Nov 2017, 9:36 PM
    ok, I found a solution : so, my blocs appeared on the right although I set them up on the left, so i wondered what would happen if I set them on the right... well they appear in the footer, no overlapping.
  • Gareth J Barnard
    Wed, 29 Nov 2017, 11:22 PM
    Hi Monica,

    Ok, left or right / editing on / off I still cannot replicate the issue.

    G
  • Picture of Monica Bokos
    Thu, 30 Nov 2017, 10:38 PM
    Ok, thanks for checking, anyway I found a way around it. Just fyi I tested it on moodle versions 3.1.8, 3.1.8+ and 2.9.7 and it had the same behaviour. When i tested it on 2.7.16+ it worked well.

    Bye,
    Monica
  • Picture of Juha Metsäkallas
    Fri, 23 Feb 2018, 9:00 AM
    Does this support the official language packs? I've installed one, hidden language menu, forced the site use the installed pack, yet everything is still in English. This is a fresh installation of Moodle 3.4.1 (the latest).
  • it's me
    Fri, 23 Feb 2018, 7:47 PM
    Hi, not sure what you mean. Usually it supports all translated languages. The strings specific for the theme settings are only available in English, but if you provide a translation, they would also be available in the translated version.
  • Picture of Juha Metsäkallas
    Fri, 23 Feb 2018, 9:51 PM
    I installed a language pack (100%), forced the site to use that language, yet I see ,for instance, texts like "Log in" and "Available courses" instead of the translated texts. Should I complete some additional steps to force my site into another language?
  • it's me
    Mon, 26 Feb 2018, 4:08 AM
    Hi Juha, sorry but I do not think you are posting in the right place. The theme uses standard moodle core strings for all of the not translated strings you mention above. So your problem might not be theme related. You could try to purge all caches, etc.. Maybe your language is not translated fully. There could be also some other reasons for your problem. There are only view extra language strings the theme uses: https://github.com/dasistwas/moodle-theme_campus/blob/master/lang/en/theme_campus.php
  • Picture of Juha Metsäkallas
    Mon, 26 Feb 2018, 4:16 AM
    Yes, you're right, my mistake. I'm new to Wordpress and I thought, that "translation ready" means, that a translation is ready. Now I know, that it means "translatable" by using Poedit.
  • Gareth J Barnard
    Mon, 26 Feb 2018, 6:39 AM
    Wordpress! This is Moodle! - so are you referring to http://wplang.org/translation-ready-wordpress-theme/ ?
  • Picture of Juha Metsäkallas
    Mon, 26 Feb 2018, 3:35 PM
    Awesome! I'm more tangled, than I realised smile

    My goal is to set up a couple of blog-type sites and an educational one, preferably using host-headers or subdomains, i.e.
    - myaddress.com: the main site in language A
    - edu.myaddress.com: an educational site in language B
    - blog.myaddress.com: a blog site in language A

    The edu site has priority, so I started with creating the subdomain and installing Moodle on it. However there is something fishy in the web hotel and Moodle crashed within an hour, i.e. install, do something light in the admin side (like change name), wait and boom. Their support just stated, that my hosting plan is not sufficient to run Moodle. I'm not sure, I buy the idea, that Moodle is such resource hog.

    My next take was the idea to run Joomla in multisite mode. Unfortunately it turned out, that Moodle is not fully translated to language B (it is in A), and JoomFish is no longer usable. I ditched Joomla, since configuring it to run in multisite mode and translating it was beginning to be much work (+ theme + LMS settings + content).

    So I landed to Wordpress, that supports multisite with much less pain (although there are conflicting instructions how you do it). Anyway I have the two first sites running, albeit the edu one still needs some template and settings adjustments.

    Once more, sorry, for the noise and causing confusion.

  • Picture of Gary Prosser
    Tue, 15 May 2018, 12:01 AM
    We're using Campus v2.9.1.22 on Moodle 3.3.5
    We have problem with the login link in the header not working - the html is present but a click on the link doesn't cause the dropdown to appear
    Has this been raised previously ?

    Is there a way to post small screen grabs to illustrate ?

    Gary
  • Gareth J Barnard
    Tue, 15 May 2018, 12:11 AM
    Dear Gary,

    Please use the version of the theme designed for that version of Moodle: https://moodle.org/plugins/pluginversion.php?id=14512.

    Gareth
  • Picture of Gary Prosser
    Tue, 15 May 2018, 12:24 AM
    Thanks Gareth - that did the job. So I can't rely on Site Admin > Plugins > Overview to show me that there's a more appropriate version of the plugin it seems.
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