Themes: Moove

Maintained by Picture of Willian Mano Araújo Willian Mano Araújo
Moove it's a modern theme, simple and focused on the main content. You can minimize both side columns to enjoy the maximum of space in your environment. If you like it, please show some love by clicking "favourite" ( ♥ ) below!
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Moove it's a Moodle's theme that makes online environments more clean and intuitive for learners and educators.

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

Version 2 is here!

Now, with the Moodle's version 3.4, you can check out a theme more clean, concise and beautiful. Update your environment and checkout the news!

Moove frontpage

Moove frontpage

The new theme is more robust and standardized, texts, backgrounds and fonts are uniform and enjoyable.

You can directly login into the environment, no more redirects, but if you like, the login page was customized and it is awesome too.

Moodle course view

You can check the course progress in each topic. To use that you need to follow the instructions below:

  1. Enable course completion tracking
  2. Use the topic formats
  3. In Course layout mark show one section per page
  4. Configure the activities completion

Moove frontpage
Moove frontpage

Dashboard for admins

The Moove Dashboard is available only for site administrators. You can see the disk usage, online users, total of courses and users.

I am thinking in what to add, the next step is to work hard towards a fully responsive theme. Please, feel free to send suggestions and feedback. Your opinion helps to improve this theme, you are part of this! =)

New Moodle Calendar

This Moove version already has a customization of the new Moodle calendar. You can drag n drop events, click to create and view details.

Moove frontpage


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

Developed and maintained by

Willian Mano

  • Zend Certified PHP Engineer - ZEND028770
  • Certified Scrum Master - 000570341
  • iMasters Certified Professional - PHP - Good Practices - 1076

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  • Picture of Scott Li
    Mon, 4 Dec 2017, 2:56 AM
    Found another issue, not sure if this happens to others, 'My courses' doesn't bring me nowhere, not working.
  • Picture of Willian Mano Araújo
    Mon, 4 Dec 2017, 5:20 AM
    Scott Li, Not yet, but there is a plugin to do it. About the my courses, this is not an issue, not a plugin issue. This is the moodle default navigation. I only made some customizations.
  • Picture of Ivan Alamo
    Mon, 4 Dec 2017, 7:17 PM
    Hi William, is there any way to show blocks bar (on the right part of the screen)? Kind regards.
  • Picture of Willian Mano Araújo
    Tue, 5 Dec 2017, 3:55 AM
    Hi Ivan Alamo, You can hide and show the blocks by clicking on the PLUS icon on the right side. But you need add some blocks inside the page. The button olly appears if you have blocks in the current page.
  • Picture of Javier Tejera
    Thu, 7 Dec 2017, 1:58 AM
    Hi Willian, just to say you that this theme is great! I think I will use it with my clients.

    The only point for me to take into consideration is the responsive mode (most of my clients use tablets for the courses), but as you said, it is the next step to work towards a fully responsive theme. I am not a developer, but I was playing around with a bit of CSS - with some simple coding it turns into a responsive theme.

    I don't know a lot about CSS so it is difficult for me to find the ids for some media queries. For instance, the hamburger-toggle disappears when width smaller than aprox. 1000px. I think would be great to display it at any width and hide the navigation menu in tablets/mobile resolution and just open it once is needed pressing the toggle. Not sure if I am explaining myself correctly… Anyways, obrigado!
  • Picture of Guillermo Baeza
    Fri, 15 Dec 2017, 1:43 AM
    Hi William, I don't know where to change the footer colour in the platform, and I need to remove some icons on the footer also, but I don't find the file to do it. Can you help me?
  • Picture of Willian Mano Araújo
    Fri, 22 Dec 2017, 7:56 PM
    Hey Guillermo, you can customize your footer changing the file templates/footer.mustache
  • Picture of Krisha Moeller
    Tue, 9 Jan 2018, 5:16 AM
    Hello Willian! I absolutely love this template! smile

    I just have a couple of questions:

    (1) I am trying to change the background images from here (/theme/image.php/moove/theme/1515441616/login_bg) and here (/theme/image.php/moove/theme/1515441616/footer-bg). I tried to replace these files in the "theme/moove/pix" folder, but it doesn't seem to work. How can I change these images?

    (2) Where do I go to change the color of the "disk usage," "total users," "total courses," "online users" blocks (and maybe even the calendar colors)?

    (3) And finally, when I visit my website on mobile (iPhone 7), the Banner Heading and Banner Content are aligned sort of strangely (see here --> Is there a way to fix that?

    Thank you so much again for all your amazing work!
  • Picture of Krisha Moeller
    Tue, 9 Jan 2018, 5:32 AM
    (Oh, I managed to fix #1 for myself. So I just need to figure out #2 and #3. Also, I noticed that when I login on a mobile device--again, iPhone 7--, I love how the vertical labelbar on the left side looks, but it covers up some of the page a little, which cuts off a little bit of the left side of every page. Is there something that could be done to fix this, since many of our students are on mobile? Thank you so very much, Willian! smile )
  • Picture of Brian Peat
    Tue, 9 Jan 2018, 5:47 AM
    I'm using Moove and I'm not sure if it's moodle or Moove, but when we open the chat window, the text field is ALWAYS pushed off the bottom of the screen a bit, cutting the bottom 1/4 of the whole strip off. It still works, but it's annoying and doesn't look good. It appears that the "top:xxx" inline css is being auto generated, so I can't just use css to fix it. Any idea if this is from moove or the core code?
  • Picture of Willian Mano Araújo
    Wed, 10 Jan 2018, 9:07 PM
    Hi Krisha, I loved how you customize your site. Very beautiful images. smile

    (2) The colors can be changed in the file scss/moove/_mydashboard.scss the calendar colors are in the file scss/moove/_variables.scss.

    (3) About the mobile navigation, I will make some improments soon. Now I am on vacation but when I back I will do it.

  • Picture of Willian Mano Araújo
    Wed, 10 Jan 2018, 9:08 PM
    Hi Brian, can you send me an image or a link of where it happens?
  • Picture of Adam Palin
    Sun, 14 Jan 2018, 5:00 AM
    Hi Willian,
    I'm loving your theme - great work! I see you've mentioned that you'll address the problems with the theme on mobile when you return from your holiday... Just so I can plan in my next phase of development, when do you think you'll be looking to release an update?
    Thanks in advance
  • Picture of Patrick Schmid
    Wed, 17 Jan 2018, 4:52 PM
    Hi Everyone, I noticed there's some kind of "edge" going into the big banner on the login page, it's also present in the screenshot above. Here's a picture showcasing what I'm talking about:
    Is there an easy way to remove this?

    I've noticed the edge disappears, when disabling the marketing boxes. Unfortunately I'd like to keep them. Thanks in advance for your help!
  • Picture of Yegor Grishko
    Thu, 18 Jan 2018, 12:34 PM
    Hello, I have a quick question, from what I can understand there have been a few improvements done for the 3.4 version, therefore my question is will these improvement be applied to 3.3 version? There are too many plugins that we use that still require 3.3 version and therefore we cannot update, but we would like the benefits of theme improvements for 3.4, and I am sure that we are not the only ones. Thank you very much!
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