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    ReRamp Our Website - Joomla & Moodle

    Ok we need to revamp our website

    Welcome to The Ockendon School Web Site


    We currently use Serco's VLE, the school want to change to Moodle

    I sort of decided that we should use Joomla. So what I would like to do is to setup it so both Mloodle and the Joomla pages are themed the same and intergrated together

    Like this one for example

    Joomla part of it (Can tell by the icon picture)

    Ashton Park School - Home

    And the Moodle part by clicking 'VLE & E-Portfolios' from that page above

    Ashton Park School: Virtual Learning Environment

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    In your example they are both the edugeek moodle and joomla packages fella.

    http://vl3.co.uk/moodle/?&theme=EduMoodle

    http://projects.edugeek.net/joomla.html

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    Both themes available for download on EduGeek I believe.

    What was the question?

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    Ok so their site is not integrated then?

    The question was how did they integrate their system together?

    Has I thought you can somehow use the same themeing and import the moodle system into joomla, if you get what I mean

    So its just theming they are using, that they luckly found two of the same themes



    How can you say the link before is the same I linked you too, looks totally different!

    EduGeek Projects


    Would there be a need for students to have their own login for anything in joomla?

    Not sure what extensions and stuff were putting in, havent really had a look yet, if so how easy what it be to have just one sign in login for both moodle and joomula if we need to?

    Moodle should be hosting internal at the school, website of course will be hosting at a web host company, would that make a differece? Would like to use active directory for the users


    Has your just saying this is theming

    Is there any other themes around too that match for both moodle and joomla?

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    Quote Originally Posted by p-dave View Post
    Ok so their site is not integrated then?
    Doesn't look like their sites are integrated. They just seem to have 2 themes the same.


    Quote Originally Posted by p-dave View Post
    Would there be a need for students to have their own login for anything in joomla?
    I can't see that you would need students to log into the Joomla Website.


    Quote Originally Posted by p-dave View Post
    Not sure what extensions and stuff were putting in, havent really had a look yet, if so how easy what it be to have just one sign in login for both moodle and joomula if we need to?
    With a quick look on Google I have found this Moodle - Joomla Integration - Joomla! Extensions Directory and this http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=39993


    Quote Originally Posted by p-dave View Post
    Moodle should be hosting internal at the school, website of course will be hosting at a web host company, would that make a differece? Would like to use active directory for the users
    You can use LDAP to get the AD users into Moodle. I don't think (I maybe wrong) that you would be able to integrate users from Moodle and Joomla if 1 is hosted internally and 1 externally.


    Quote Originally Posted by p-dave View Post
    Is there any other themes around too that match for both moodle and joomla?
    Found this with a quick look on Google, I found this on the Moodle site http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=129727 and also this ThemeGurus - Moodle Themes..Moodle+Joomla/Mambo Combos!


    Cheers,
    Steve

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    Joomla can also use LDAP imo

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