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== Configuration Settings ==
 
== Configuration Settings ==
 
*[[Site administration block]] contains most site configuration settings  
 
*[[Site administration block]] contains most site configuration settings  
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:Including:
*[[Front Page settings]]- initial and home page of a Moodle site
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*[[Front Page settings]]- initial or home page of a Moodle site
 
*[[Themes]] - user interface packages of XHTML and CSS controls
 
*[[Themes]] - user interface packages of XHTML and CSS controls
 
*[[Language]] - default and additional language packs
 
*[[Language]] - default and additional language packs
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*[[Maintenance mode]]
 
*[[Maintenance mode]]
 
*[[Notification page]] used to update versions
 
*[[Notification page]] used to update versions
*[[Site settings]] pre 1.7
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*[[Settings block]] Moodle 2.0 site settings location
*[[Variables]] pre 1.6
 
  
* See also:  
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See also:  
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*[[Course settings]] for course home page configuration
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*Older versions settings
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**[[Site settings]] pre 1.7
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**[[Variables]] pre 1.6
 
**[[Location of admin settings in 1.7|Comparison between configuration settings in Moodle 1.6 & 1.7]]
 
**[[Location of admin settings in 1.7|Comparison between configuration settings in Moodle 1.6 & 1.7]]
  

Revision as of 09:55, 10 April 2010

The purpose of this page is to list useful links by general topics for administrators of a Moodle site.

Alternative to manual installation

Some users may prefer to skip manual installation by using a pre-integrated Moodle appliance.

Installation & Upgrading

System-specific Instructions & Packages

Unix/Linux-based

Windows

Mac

Web Hosts

Database

Plugins

Security, Performance and Roles

  • Security contains important security procedures for a production site
  • Performance for ideas on improving the speed of your installation
  • Manage roles For Moodle 1.7 and later.
  • Reducing spam in Moodle
  • suhosin is an advanced protection system for PHP installation. It was designed to protect servers and users from known and unknown flaws in PHP applications and the PHP core.
  • nagios Open source software to monitor servers

FAQs

Configuration Settings

Including:


See also:

User Management

Other

See also