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    Name my Moodle Theme!

    Over the last day or so (about 8 hours) i've come up with another Moodle Theme, it becomes quite addictive!

    Anyway - It doesnt have a name so hope somebody can come up with something original and relevant.

    Heres the demo site:

    EduMoodle Theme - Free Moodle Themes

    It isnt completly finished and i've got to juggle fixes to this theme with fixes to the other theme i released last weekend:

    EduMoodle Moodle Themes

    Feedback appreciated!

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    It's Funky!

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    How about arrows

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    Arrows, I like it - Simple and straight to the point!

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    Colour

    So far I really like, for sure Moodle needs some funking up - yes with a 'n.'

    The banner with the pointer look great. With multi coloured themes is can be hard to skin to school colours. We use the edu theme (many thanks) to tie in with Joomla - without the pics -

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    I hate the default Moodle icons how about changing them for some different ones? I like the ones in the clouds theme.

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    Junction? Reminds me of the spaghetti one in Brum

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    As a fellow brummie it has to be Junction!

    And I've gone for the newbury college icon set, tried a few others (including Clouds) but just didint seem to fit right.
    Last edited by danIT; 29th March 2009 at 04:21 PM.

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    connections

    I think it should be "connections" because that's what Moodle's all about -connections

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    I've added a funky new menu bar in the middle top section as well now as well as some border and a pencil carlessly disgarded on the bottom of the screen lol

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    It would be good if you could adjust it so it isn't a fixed width.

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    Your probably right, fixed width does have its floors. I'll probably switch back to fluid width asap!

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    I would also nudge this down abit .

    Nice template i must say
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    Direction?
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    AARRRGGGHHHHHHHH!!!! (always fancied a theme for something named like that!)

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    I've just completed "de-fixed-widthing" the theme to make it a fluid width.

    I do prefer the fixed width themes for Moodle but they do present more problems in terms of browser compatability issues, also due to the lack of a template system built into Moodle everything has to be done in CSS which can be a bit of a nightmere.

    Just the Header image to sort out and the breadcrumb navigation!

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