Themes: Snap

theme_snap
Maintained by Picture of Moodlerooms Development Moodlerooms Development, Picture of Guy Thomas Guy Thomas, Picture of David Scotson David Scotson, Picture of Stuart Lamour Stuart Lamour
Snap’s user-friendly and responsive design removes barriers to online learning, enabling you to create the modern, engaging experience user's expect on the web today. Its intuitive layout is optimised for online learning, focusing on the things that matter - your learning activities and content.
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Snap

Snap is a Moodle theme that makes online learning an enjoyable and intuitive experience for learners and educators.


Snap's user-friendly design removes barriers to online learning, enabling you to create the modern, engaging experience user's expect on the web today. Snap's intuitive layout is optimised for online learning, focusing on the things that matter - your learning activities and content.


Personal menu

Snap’s easy to use navigation gives users an elegant way to perform frequent tasks. All your courses, deadlines, messages and feedback are always one click or tap away to save you time.


Courses with personality

Every course in Snap let's teachers add a cover image to give it a unique personality.

Courses in Snap allow you create individual topics, so learners understand where their focus should be without being confused or overwhelmed by lots of links and options. 

Each topic shows students their progress, which is updated inline with ajax as you progress through the course.

Every activity in Snap shows students the due date, if they have submitted, and if feedback is available - without having to open the activity. 

Teachers are shown how many users have submitted an activity, and if they need to grade any submissions. 

Teacher's workflows for creating and structuring content in their courses are also optimised to save time. With no need to turn editing on, inline resource/activity deleting, the ability to move multiple resources/activities at once, inline topic creation and many other ways to help teachers give learners the best online learning experience.



Working seamlessly across every device - from desktop to mobile, Snap’s responsive Twitter Bootstrap based framework provides a consistent, professional experience for learning whenever and wherever you want to learn.


You can learn more about Snap on our video playlist.


Under the hood:

Like most other Moodle Themes today Snap runs on Bootstrap 4, jQuery, Sass, and inherits from the Boost theme.


Releases:

Snap is continuously updated, with each major version released 6 months after the Moodle release. If you'd like to test our work in progress it's always available on github!


Questions & Support:

Be kind by asking questions about Snap in the Moodle Themes Forum rather than on this page.

Report bugs about Snap in the Snap theme github.


Moodlerooms

This plugin is contributed by the Moodlerooms. Moodlerooms is an education technology company dedicated to bringing excellent online teaching to institutions across the globe. We serve colleges and universities, schools and organizations by supporting the software that educators use to manage and deliver instructional content to learners in virtual classrooms. Moodlerooms are proud to be an official Moodle Partner.

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  • Picture of Guy Thomas
    Mon, 16 Apr 2018, 4:50 PM
    @RA Park. It looks like the master branch on the original Moodlerooms repo has fixed the Moodle 34 issues, so you could consider checking that out - https://github.com/moodlerooms/moodle-theme_snap. Or you could do a pull against my MOODLE_34_FIXES branch which now also includes a fix for the oauth login error.
  • Picture of Joseph Liaw
    Thu, 19 Apr 2018, 11:12 AM
    As a huge fan of Snap, I hope the new team can keep up the same spirit of "support and love" @Charles pointed out that makes the magic happen!!

    +1 to Guy's to use the latest commits on Github--the updates on Snap 3.2 and 3.3 both have fixed some formatting bugs (e.g. Help pop-ups show up without getting truncated, Oauth login button shows up cleanly, etc.)....and it is cool to see how actively developed the Snap team is working.....wish I had done this earlier!

    Was wondering if there was a way to make the newer versions of Snap (3.3 and 3.4) behave like 3.2 in terms of being able to reduce the number of course sections--this really helps with larger courses...for example, in Snap 3.2 if you had 10 sections of a course, you could just change the "Number of sections" setting under Course Administration and reveal one at a time as the course progressed to dramatically reduce page load times, especially from the Teacher view which has to load all of the hidden resources / editing tools...or to load sections on demand would be an amazing feature like the OneTopic course format!

    @Pat: Idea for large courses with Snap--per Guy's suggestion, break your course into multiple courses (e.g. Semester 1, Semester 2, or by topic), and then use the fantastic Subcourse plugin to help aggregate grades in a "Master Course" portal--I think you would have to use the metacourse enrollments to help manage the administration of this idea which could work...

    With Snap, it definitely is easier for teachers to build larger courses with the intuitive interface that are more much more robust and feature / resource rich for students, but eventually will run into headaches with page load times and server loads without a way to manage large course sections....

    Guy, Stuart, and David: thank you for your wonderful work on Snap--what you guys built is truly an amazing UX for Moodle, forward thinking, and truly innovative! Our teachers have built some truly fantastic looking and useful courses for their students thanks to you!
  • Picture of Guy Thomas
    Thu, 19 Apr 2018, 5:32 PM
    @Joseph, that's really kind of you, thanks!
  • Picture of Pat Sej
    Thu, 19 Apr 2018, 10:46 PM
    Hey guys,
    I've just noticed that clicking on the page displays an outline (rectangle border) around the clicked area.
    Is it for debug purpose?
    How can I deactivate this behavior?
    Thx wink
  • Picture of Pat Sej
    Thu, 19 Apr 2018, 10:51 PM
    @Joseph, thanks for your good advice ;-D
  • Picture of Stuart Lamour
    Fri, 20 Apr 2018, 1:02 AM
    hi @pat - outlines allow a keyboard only user to navigate a website https://a11yproject.com/posts/never-remove-css-outlines/
  • Picture of Pat Sej
    Mon, 23 Apr 2018, 1:27 PM
    Hi @stuart, thx very much for the information big grin
  • Picture of Pat Sej
    Mon, 23 Apr 2018, 1:45 PM
    Hi everyone!

    I'd like to add navigation buttons to the activities (as it is in the Boost theme).
    Do you know for which reason they have been removed from Snap?

    Are there good documentations for dev people on how the Snap theme works?
    I've setup a debugger to understand where to add my code. But to place the right breakpoints, I still need to have a good overview of the theme architecture.

    Thanks in advance for your help wink
  • Picture of Pat Sej
    Mon, 23 Apr 2018, 5:43 PM
    I also would like to add a progress bar under the main title (in the upper part of the window).
    It would be the same as the course progress bar from the course list.
    Where can I find it in the code ?
  • Picture of Guy Thomas
    Mon, 23 Apr 2018, 6:48 PM
    @Pat - I think what you are after is the method "course_completion_progress" in local.php
  • Picture of Stuart Lamour
    Tue, 24 Apr 2018, 2:32 AM
    @Pat - the moodle forums are a great place to ask these questions.
  • Picture of Pat Sej
    Fri, 27 Apr 2018, 8:25 PM
    @Guy Thomas Thx! big grin
    @Stuart Thx for the suggestion. As it is related to the Snap theme I thought here is a good place to post it, right?

    BTW, I'm struggling to find how to include the activity_navigation buttons (previous, next) properly in an activity with the Snap theme.
    I've seen how it works in Boost but it is different in Snap.

    In boost, there is a layout using a template that includes the {{output.activity_navigation}} template.
    What should I do to call it from Snap? In which class is it supposed to be called?
    I've seen the mod\choice\View.php constructs for instance the Choice activity. I suppose I won't be obliged to put the activity navigation code in each activity, right?
    Thx again for your precious help wink
  • Picture of Justine Lombardi
    Wed, 2 May 2018, 1:58 AM
    It seems one cant add feature course with an ID over 999? Snap gives "invalid image" message when I try to 1264.
  • Picture of Stuart Blake
    Fri, 4 May 2018, 8:41 AM
    @Pat - "As it is related to the Snap theme I thought here is a good place to post it, right?"

    No, not really. This is for release information. What you're trying to do is modify it and create a custom theme. Moodle forums are best suited for that.
  • Picture of Sebastian Vencken
    Mon, 14 May 2018, 4:20 AM
    Very nice theme, I've been using it enthusiastically. If there's room for a feature request, could I suggest to add the option to allow Page resources to be displayed in collapsed only format. At the moment the default is to have these uncollapsed ("Read More"). If this can be done through Custom CSS, I haven't found the method yet. Thanks
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