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==See also==
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*[[Teaching tips and tricks]]
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*[[Flash|Using Flash]]
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*[http://moodleblog.mmendiola.net/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/editingLabels.pdf Moodle 1.9 How to fix corrupted Labels Moodle] PDF 1.84 MB
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*Using Moodle [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=68116 Adding Dividers in Topics] forum discussion
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*[http://www.packtpub.com/article/moodle-makeover A guide to how to make your course front pages more visually appealing]

Revision as of 07:07, 1 October 2011

A label is a versatile module that can serve a spacer between resources on a course page. It can provide a space for embedding banners, sound or video files or displaying code from Web 2.0 widgets.

Adding images to a label

Imageinlabel.png

  • Click "Find or upload an image"
  • Choose and upload your image using the filepicker.(Details on how to do this here)
  • Leave Common module settings at "show" if you wish the label to be visible
  • Click "Save and return to course"

Labelbanner2.png

Adding sound or video to a label

If multimedia filters are enabled, a label is a neat way of displaying sound or video in an inline player on the course page.

Addmedia.png

  • Click "Find or upload an sound,video or applet"
  • Choose and upload your sound or video file using the filepicker.(Details on how to do this here)
  • Note: You can search youtube for a video to embed if your admin has enabled the youtube repository.
  • Leave Common module settings at "show" if you wish the label to be visible.
  • Click "Save and return to course"

Videoinlabel.png

Adding code to a label

An example of this is the ability to embed a Google map into a label.

Codelabel.png

  • This brings up the screen in code (HTML) view.
  • Paste the code you grabbed from Google maps into this screen
  • Scroll down and click "Update"

Addcode.png

  • Leave Common module settings at "show" if you wish the label to be visible.
  • Click "Save and return to course"

Googlemaplabel.png

Note: The success in adding code to a label depends both on the type of code and the permissions of the user. (Details to follow)

See also