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Most of the links in this section of the page link to the wrong page - ie , they link to the Settings page in the docs of the module itself, showing people how to set it up in a course. They should be linking to a page for admin showing how admin can tweak the settings of the modules in eg plugins/activity modules/assignment. Happy to write those pages but I don't know what to call them or how to name them:) --Mary Cooch 04:57, 12 August 2011 (WST)
- Well spotted Mary, it seems that admin settings pages were accidentally deleted when new settings pages were created. Anyway, I've created an admin settings page for each activity module, adding content from previously deleted pages where appropriate and have and added links to Activity modules administration. Many have stub templates, so your help with adding useful info to the pages would be much appreciated :-) --Helen Foster 22:28, 12 August 2011 (WST)
Thanks - I will work my way through them ( a bit at a time:) ) I have added "feedback". I hope that is OK. I know it's disabled by default and is only temporary but it IS in 2.0 so I thought it should go in.--Mary Cooch 03:38, 13 August 2011 (WST)
- Perfect! Thanks for your contributions :-) --Helen Foster 20:41, 13 August 2011 (WST)
- I've had a bit of a re-think about these module admin settings and realised that it would be better to add documentation about them to the module settings page so that teachers etc. are aware of them. Thus I'm going to add the content of File admin settings to File module settings so that teachers know about the available display options being a site administration setting etc. I'll then create redirects for each of the module admin settings pages. Hope this is clear - if not please shout! --Helen Foster 22:30, 16 August 2011 (WST)
Ah -OK - even happier with that :) --Mary Cooch 01:47, 17 August 2011 (WST)