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    Its finally here:

    EduMoodle Moodle Theme

    The EduGeek Moodle Theme, based on the Joomla Package from EduGeek.
    Last edited by danIT; 17th May 2009 at 09:21 AM.

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    Looks brilliant. Nice work danIT.

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    Looks good Dan, the links News, Parents, etc actually go to Joomla.... I don't think this is what you intended?

    Cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jona View Post
    Looks good Dan, the links News, Parents, etc actually go to Joomla.... I don't think this is what you intended?

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    They're example links I think which could link to other areas on the school website.

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    Possible, just worth checking it's slightly confusing because the two pages look very similar but you've moved systems!

    A better page to see the moodle'ness is here: http://moodle.jonahosting.com/moodle.../view.php?id=4 (click login as guest if asked).

    It's looking awesome. One thing I would suggest for the future is making another theme without so much orange as it's a bit in-your-face!

    Cheers
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    Yeh the navbar just has example links but they should probably point to pages held inside Moodle rather than jumping to Joomla - Could be confusing.

    Im also going to be removing the curved boxes around the topics section in each course as 1. It doesn't render correctly and 2. Too much orange as Jona said.

    Glad people like it.....

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    All demo links on the orange navbar point to the demo course, instructions have been added to the login screen on how to gain access, e.g. Guest access.

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    The theme is now available for download here:

    EduMoodle

    or direct download here:

    Home: EduMoodle Theme Download (zip)

    or download the icon pack here:

    Home: EduMoodle Icon Pack (zip)

    Enjoy....


    [Edit] The theme has now been added to the moodle.org theme database: http://moodle.org/mod/data/view.php?d=26&rid=1641 [/Edit]
    Last edited by danIT; 18th July 2008 at 08:19 AM.

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    Right this project now has it own forum, and hosting on the projects site will follow shortly.

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    The EduMoodle Theme has now had some fixes applied to make it more compatible with IE and version 1.9 of Moodle.

    Specifically:

    Messaging window pop-up and contacts list.

    Files - Files pop-up screen when choosing or uploading a file.

    Tabs - IE css setup correctly now using meta.php which was originally pointing to the standard theme incorrectly.

    If you have already downloaded the original version of the theme you will need to download the latest zip file from: Here!

    Then replace it fully, or the individual files that require replacement are:

    config.php
    meta.php
    styles_layout.css

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    Cnt download this theme as you have reached your bandwidth limit.. any chance you can email this me please.

    Ta

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    Moodle Themes Download

    The EduMoodle Theme can now been seen, and downloaded from:

    Moodle Themes

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    I Like It.

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    Finally I'm making some progress! Had to disable the EduMoodle theme though as SCORM packages display in a small window off the page, regardless of the settings. Are you able to look at this Dan or do they display properly for you?

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    The EduMoodle Moodle Theme has been updated and you can download it here

    Fixes:

    Fixed problem with enlarged HTML Editor
    Fixed some of the 'fixed width issues'

    Struggling to find time to fix all the bits and pieces that are coming up on here and Moodle.org.

    Could someone (EduIT) supply me with a scorm package so i can look at fixing the width issues.

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