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== '''Few shortcoming involved in dental implant procedure''' ==
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==My home==
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My home is a customisable "dashboard" page for providing users with links to their courses and activities within them, such as unread forum posts and upcoming assignments.
  
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My home usually has the [[Course overview block]] in the central column. Users can customize their My home page and add and remove blocks by clicking the 'Customise this page' button.
  
Like any product which has redeeming advantages there are always going to be a few disadvantages and when it comes to dental implants it's worth knowing some of the downsides to help you make an informed choice.
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Replacing the lost or damaged teeth with the help of implants is a topmost substitute to wearing dentures or having a bridge made for one or two teeth. But with this invasive operation, you can find a couple of negligible demerits and dental implant issues which you should know before having it.  
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The navigation block includes a My home link directly above or below the Site home link. Once a regular user is logged in, the My courses link will also take them to their My home page.
  
'''What problems might you encounter?'''
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==Default home page==
  
The implant failing to fuse with the surrounding bone is one of the most common [http://1999implant.com dental implants problems] and domino effect in a wobbly implant a few weeks after surgical procedure carried out by any dental implants specialist. This could have been caused by a number of factors including disease, the bone becoming too hot, impaired blood supply, insufficient bone, or pressure being applied on the implant before it has correctly stabilized.
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An administrator can set My home as the default home page for all logged-in users by selecting 'My home' as default home page in ''Administration > Site administration > Appearance > Navigation''.
  
The other difficulty seen is the implant fracturing or wrecking out completely. This can take place if the face receives an excessive blow to it. Additionally a crown that is not being correctly set over at any dental implant clinic calibrated or even unnecessary tooth grinding can create problems for you.  
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If 'User preference' is selected as default home page, each user needs to navigate to either the 'Home Page' or the 'My home' page then via the ''Administration > My profile settings'' click the "Make this my default home page" link. Note that this option only appears on the page that is not their current default home page.  Once selected, Moodle will remember which page to present them each time they log on.
  
Prolonged pain can also be skilled in the area of the implant. It's quite natural for the area to feel soft for a limited amount of days simply after having the surgery but at time the pain can even persist and this can be caused by chronic local inflammation. Usually there is little decision but to remove the implant and substitute it in a few months time by any implant dentist.  
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Users with the Site administrator role cannot set My home as their default home page.
  
Even the topmost dental implants can cause problems. Implants are traditionally made from titanium which can trigger an allergy in some people. Only around four percent of people tested will show any signs of allergy to titanium.
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==Setting the default My home page for new users==
  
For a majority of people who have embarked implants by any dental implant dentist to replace their teeth, they share their experience both in terms of pain and money.
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An administrator or manager (or other user with the capability [[Capabilities/moodle/my:configsyspages|moodle/my:configsyspages]]) can set which content (course overview, calendar, blocks) appears on the My home page for new users as follows:
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# Access ''Administration > Site administration > Appearance > Default My home page''
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# Select the required blocks from the "Add a block" drop-down menu. [[Block settings|Configure]] each block as desired
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# Reposition blocks using the arrow icons in the block headers
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==Adding a block to the My home page for all users==
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An administrator can add a new block to the My home page for all existing users (not only new users) as follows:
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# Turn editing on for the front page
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# Add the block to the front page
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# Edit where the block appears and set the page contexts to 'Display throughout the entire site'
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# Go to your My home page and again edit where the block appears and set 'Display on page types' to 'My home page'
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==Preventing users from customizing their My home page==
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By default, users can customize their My home page and add blocks. An admin can prevent this as follows:
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# Go to ''Administration > Site administration > Users > Permissions > Define roles''
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# Edit the authenticated user role and untick the [[Capabilities/moodle/my:manageblocks|Manage My home page blocks capability]]
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==My Moodle capabilities==
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/my:manageblocks|Manage My home page blocks]] (see above)
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* [[Capabilities/moodle/my:configsyspages|Configure system templates for My home pages]]
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In addition, all blocks which may be added to a My home page have a ''myaddinstance'' capability (e.g. [[Capabilities/block/comments:myaddinstance|block/comments:myaddinstance]]) for controlling whether a user with a particular role can add the block.
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==Preventing users from adding a block to their My home page==
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By default, users can add many blocks to their My home page. An admin can prevent them from adding a particular block, such as the [[Online users block]], as follows:
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# Go to ''Administration > Site administration > Users > Permissions > Define roles''
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# Edit the authenticated user role and untick the [[Capabilities/block/online users:myaddinstance|Add a new online users block to the My home page capability]]
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==Blocks not available on My home==
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The following blocks may not be added to a user's My home page (because it wouldn't make sense):
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*[[Course completion status block]]
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*[[Course/site summary block]]
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*[[Self completion block]]
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==See also==
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=un_pBYkeXXI My Home in Moodle 2.0 video]
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*[Moodle 2.0 My Home http://youtu.be/5hD6l3xdSMI]  MoodleBites video on YouTube 
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Using Moodle forum discussions:
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* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=168292 Latest news on My Moodle]
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Latest revision as of 01:17, 5 June 2014

My home

My home is a customisable "dashboard" page for providing users with links to their courses and activities within them, such as unread forum posts and upcoming assignments.

My home usually has the Course overview block in the central column. Users can customize their My home page and add and remove blocks by clicking the 'Customise this page' button.

My home
Customising My home

The navigation block includes a My home link directly above or below the Site home link. Once a regular user is logged in, the My courses link will also take them to their My home page.

Default home page

An administrator can set My home as the default home page for all logged-in users by selecting 'My home' as default home page in Administration > Site administration > Appearance > Navigation.

If 'User preference' is selected as default home page, each user needs to navigate to either the 'Home Page' or the 'My home' page then via the Administration > My profile settings click the "Make this my default home page" link. Note that this option only appears on the page that is not their current default home page. Once selected, Moodle will remember which page to present them each time they log on.

Users with the Site administrator role cannot set My home as their default home page.

Setting the default My home page for new users

An administrator or manager (or other user with the capability moodle/my:configsyspages) can set which content (course overview, calendar, blocks) appears on the My home page for new users as follows:

  1. Access Administration > Site administration > Appearance > Default My home page
  2. Select the required blocks from the "Add a block" drop-down menu. Configure each block as desired
  3. Reposition blocks using the arrow icons in the block headers

Adding a block to the My home page for all users

An administrator can add a new block to the My home page for all existing users (not only new users) as follows:

  1. Turn editing on for the front page
  2. Add the block to the front page
  3. Edit where the block appears and set the page contexts to 'Display throughout the entire site'
  4. Go to your My home page and again edit where the block appears and set 'Display on page types' to 'My home page'

Preventing users from customizing their My home page

By default, users can customize their My home page and add blocks. An admin can prevent this as follows:

  1. Go to Administration > Site administration > Users > Permissions > Define roles
  2. Edit the authenticated user role and untick the Manage My home page blocks capability

My Moodle capabilities

In addition, all blocks which may be added to a My home page have a myaddinstance capability (e.g. block/comments:myaddinstance) for controlling whether a user with a particular role can add the block.

Preventing users from adding a block to their My home page

By default, users can add many blocks to their My home page. An admin can prevent them from adding a particular block, such as the Online users block, as follows:

  1. Go to Administration > Site administration > Users > Permissions > Define roles
  2. Edit the authenticated user role and untick the Add a new online users block to the My home page capability

Blocks not available on My home

The following blocks may not be added to a user's My home page (because it wouldn't make sense):

See also

Using Moodle forum discussions: