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README.md

General

The Moodle plugin mod_unilabel enables you to include some nice formated text on the course- or frontpage. There are 5 different content types included (extendable sub plugins):

  • Simple text
  • Carousel
  • Collapsed text
  • Course teaser
  • Topic teaser

Installation

Copy all files into the folder mod/unilabel inside your moodle installation. Run the installation process in moodle. You can find more detailes to the installation process here: https://docs.moodle.org/35/en/Installing_plugins#Installing_a_plugin

Usage

The configuration consists of two steps (except the Simple text type).

  1. The creation of a new instance by using the activity chooser.
  2. The configuration of the content depending on the content type you chose in the first step.

Description of the content types

Simple text

This content type just show the label as you already know

Carousel

In this content type you can define a series of images. Each image is shown in a slide show. You can also define a caption to each image that is show inside the slide item. For each image you can define a url what makes the image to a clickable button. The carousel is by default responsive to different screen sizes. To optimize the responsivity to each of the images you can assigne a mobile optimized image. This mobile image is shown on small devices smaller than 768 px.

Grid

In this content type you can define a series of images and contents/urls. The grid is by default responsive to different screen sizes. You can set a column count for the grid to define how many tiles are shown in one row. On smaller screens the column count is reduced by a half of the defined count. On mobile devices like cellphones only one column is shown. To optimize the responsivity to each of the images you can assign a mobile optimized image. This mobile image is shown on small devices smaller than 768 px. If you have defined a content for a slide the content is shown as a modal dialog if you click the slide. If you have defined a url for a slide on click the url is loaded.

Collapsed text

This content type offers you two options:

  1. a folded content
  2. a modal dialog containing the content. Both types can be used with or without animation

Course teaser

Mainly intended to show on the frontpage it shows the titles and images of selected courses. The presentation can be a carousel or a grid. Each Item is a clickable button that brings the user to the related course.

Topic teaser

Mainly intended to show on the frontpage it shows the description of topics of a selected course. The topics will be shown as carousel or as grid. If you click on such a shown topic a modal dialog shows the topic content.

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