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==Adding blocks==
 
==Adding blocks==
 
Teachers in a course may add blocks.  In the above image the "Add Block" block is in the lower right.  Here the dropdown list showing standard blocks in Moodle 1.6 plus a non-standard "Verify Certificate" block.
 
Teachers in a course may add blocks.  In the above image the "Add Block" block is in the lower right.  Here the dropdown list showing standard blocks in Moodle 1.6 plus a non-standard "Verify Certificate" block.
[[Image:Block_add_dropdown_list.JPG|thumb|150px|left|Add block list in 1.6]]
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[[Image:Block_add_dropdown_list.JPG|thumb|150px||Add block list in 1.6]]
  
 
==Block types==
 
==Block types==

Revision as of 04:32, 8 November 2006

Example shows blocks on left and right on a new empty course homepage
This page is for teachers who are learning about a course feature called blocks.

The course homepage generally contains blocks on the left and right of the centre column. For example in the upper right is the "Latest News" block and in the upper left is the "People" block.



Adding blocks

Teachers in a course may add blocks. In the above image the "Add Block" block is in the lower right. Here the dropdown list showing standard blocks in Moodle 1.6 plus a non-standard "Verify Certificate" block.

File:Block add dropdown list.JPG
Add block list in 1.6

Block types

Here is a list of different types of blocks and links with more infomation

Block arrangement

Blocks may be added, hidden, deleted, and moved up, down and left/right when editing is turned on.

People Block - with the editing icons showing










See also