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{{Moodle 1.9}}Location: ''Administration > Appearance > HTML Settings''
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Location: ''Administration > Appearance > HTML Settings''
  
 
== Remove HTML tags from all activity names ==
 
== Remove HTML tags from all activity names ==
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{{Moodle 1.9}}In Moodle 1.9.3 onwards, HTML tags in activity and resource names may be allowed by unchecking the "Remove HTML tags from all activity names" box.
  
In Moodle 1.9.3 onwards, HTML tags in activity and resource names may be allowed by unchecking the "Remove HTML tags from all activity names" box.
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== Emoticons ==
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{{Moodle 2.0}}Defines what images are used to replace emoticons (or smilies) in the text. The list of emoticon images defined here is used by [[Display emoticons as images]] filter and TinyMCE HTML editor's Insert emoticon popup menu.
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[[Image:emoticon-setting.png|thumb|Emoticon setting page]]
  
== Emoticons ==
 
  
Defines what images are used to replace emoticons (or smilies) in the text. For more information about the emoticons in Moodle 2.0, see [[Display emoticons as images]] page.
 
  
 
[[Category:Administrator]]
 
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Revision as of 09:02, 2 November 2010

Location: Administration > Appearance > HTML Settings

Remove HTML tags from all activity names

Moodle1.9

In Moodle 1.9.3 onwards, HTML tags in activity and resource names may be allowed by unchecking the "Remove HTML tags from all activity names" box.

Emoticons

Moodle 2.0

Defines what images are used to replace emoticons (or smilies) in the text. The list of emoticon images defined here is used by Display emoticons as images filter and TinyMCE HTML editor's Insert emoticon popup menu.

Emoticon setting page