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If you want to ask a question, you would do better posting in an appropriate forum, e.g. http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=746. Blocks should be backed up and restored.
 
If you want to ask a question, you would do better posting in an appropriate forum, e.g. http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=746. Blocks should be backed up and restored.
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Thank you for your comment, Tim.  Actually, it is not appropriate to post this in forums for a few reasons.  Right now, we need this line added in the Backup and Restore FAQ. 
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* Standard blocks usually are backed up except for HTML blocks (you must copy them manually to the new course).  I read through all of Backup and Restore Docs and found no mention of this.  So I think this would go well in Section 5:  What is not contained in Backup.  Best regards, --[[User:Don Hinkelman|Don Hinkelman]] 02:08, 21 April 2009 (UTC)

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If you want to ask a question, you would do better posting in an appropriate forum, e.g. http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=746. Blocks should be backed up and restored.

Thank you for your comment, Tim. Actually, it is not appropriate to post this in forums for a few reasons. Right now, we need this line added in the Backup and Restore FAQ.

  • Standard blocks usually are backed up except for HTML blocks (you must copy them manually to the new course). I read through all of Backup and Restore Docs and found no mention of this. So I think this would go well in Section 5: What is not contained in Backup. Best regards, --Don Hinkelman 02:08, 21 April 2009 (UTC)