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Moodle Admin Hint #9 Check security report

Once a month, add it to your calendar, check the security report. Again, you may have made changes or given ...
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Top 7 plugins for 2019 that will make teaching in Moodle an awesome experience

There are literally 1618+ plugins to choose from on Moodle.org. So how do you know which is the best to ...
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How to use Moodle Generico to click to view content

Let's say you have some content that you would like hidden until someon clicks on it, then the content is ...
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How to scroll the page down to the tabs when using the Onetopic format in Moodle

Administrators: This article is suitable for Moodle administrators and requires access to modify a plugin. Remember that these changes will ...
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How to copy individual activities and pages between courses in Moodle

Sometimes you have a collection of pages or a topic from another course that you would like to have in ...
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Moodle admin hint #8 Check performance overview

As an admin you sometimes make changes in your administration settings to check issues and forget to switch things back ...
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Moodle admin hint #7 Automated backups

FOR ADMINISTRATORS ONLY You won’t need it now but I guarantee when you least expect it, someone will accidentally delete ...
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How to use the template plugin in Moodle

This is one of the most useful plugins I have ever used. This plugin lets you create course templates, where ...
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Moodle admin hint #6 Edit the config file

DO NOT CHANGE ANY SETTINGS IN YOUR MOODLE CONFIG FILE UNLESS YOU REALLY KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING AS YOU ...
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Moodle web service links. Getting started with PHP web services.

If you have experimented with the Moodle Web Services then you will find there are pockets of information that can ...
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Moodle admin hint #5 Read log files

Someone will undoubtedly do something wrong or an issue will arise where you need to go searching through the log ...
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Moodle Admin Hint #4 Turn on debugging

WARNING: On your production server you should never have to do this unless there is absolutely no other choice. Use ...
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