MoodleDocs:Guidelines for contributors
Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 2.0. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Guidelines for contributors.
You are welcome to contribute to MoodleDocs :-) Find something that can be improved, either in content, grammar or formatting, and fix it.
Contributing to MoodleDocs
- Although it is possible to edit the documentation as an anonymous user, please create an account or login.
- Please note that all contributions will be released here under GNU Free Documentation License 1.2.
Documentation for every page
- Moodle 1.6 will have a button in the header that links to pages in the wiki with the same path as the pages in Moodle. For example, the documentation page "Viewing and grading submissions" explains what can be seen on the page in Moodle where the teacher can view and grade assignment submissions. The URL of that page is something like
yourmoodlesite.org/mod/assignment/submissions.php. When contributing to the documentation, if it contains part of a URL, say
mod/assignment/submissions, it means that this documentation page refers to that page.
- Please note that the Moodle help files will remain in each language pack and so their text need not be included in this documentation.
Additional documentationYou are welcome to create pages for additional documentation. Simply type
and follow the link to start editing the new page. Please choose a short name (just one or two words) and capitalize the first word only.