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The theme '''config.php''' file contains configuration variables that control how Moodle uses a specific theme.
 
 
 
== User styles ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->sheets = array('user_styles');
 
</code>
 
 
 
This variable is an array containing the names of all the style sheet files you want included in this theme, and in what order
 
 
 
== Standard sheets ==
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->standardsheets = array('styles_layout');
 
</code>
 
 
 
This variable can be set to an array containing file names from the *STANDARD* theme. If the array exists, it will be used to choose the  files to include in the standard style sheet. When false, then no files are used. When true or NON-EXISTENT, then ALL standard files are used. This parameter can be used, for example, to prevent  having to override too many classes.  Note that the trailing .css should not be included e.g.:
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->standardsheets = array('styles_layout','styles_fonts','styles_color');
 
</code>
 
 
 
== Parent ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->parent = ''; 
 
</code>
 
 
 
This variable can be set to the name of a parent theme which you want to have included before the current theme. This can make it easy to make modifications to another theme without having to actually change the files If this variable is empty or false then a parent theme is not used.
 
 
 
== Parent sheets ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->parentsheets = false; 
 
</code>
 
 
 
This variable can be set to an array containing file names from a chosen *PARENT* theme.  If the  array exists, it will be used to choose the  files to include in the standard style sheet. When false, then no files are used. When true or NON-EXISTENT, then ALL standard files are used. This parameter can be used, for example, to prevent  having to override too many classes. Note that the trailing .css should not be included e.g.:
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->parentsheets = array('styles_layout','styles_fonts','styles_color');
 
</code>
 
 
 
== Mod sheets ==
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->modsheets = true; 
 
</code>
 
 
 
When this is enabled, then this theme will search for  files named "styles.php" inside all Activity modules and  include them. This allows modules to provide some basic  layouts so they work out of the box. It is HIGHLY recommended to leave this enabled.
 
 
 
== Block sheets ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->blocksheets = true; 
 
</code>
 
 
 
When this is enabled, then this theme will search for files named "styles.php" inside all Block modules and  include them. This allows Blocks to provide some basic  layouts so they work out of the box. It is HIGHLY recommended to leave this enabled.
 
 
 
== Lang sheets ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->langsheets = false; 
 
</code>
 
 
 
By setting this to true, then this theme will search for a file named "styles.php" inside the current language directory. This allows different languages to provide  different styles.
 
 
 
== Course format sheets ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->courseformatsheets = true;
 
</code>
 
 
 
When this is enabled, this theme will search for files  named "styles.php" inside all course formats and  include them. This allows course formats to provide  their own default styles.
 
 
 
== Meta include ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->metainclude = true;
 
</code>
 
 
 
When this is enabled (or not set!) then Moodle will try to include a file meta.php from this theme into the <head></head> part of the page.
 
 
 
== Standard meta include ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->standardmetainclude = true;
 
</code>
 
 
 
When this is enabled (or not set!) then Moodle will try  to include a file meta.php from the standard theme into the  <head><head> part of the page.
 
 
 
== Parent meta include ==
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->parentmetainclude = false;
 
</code>
 
 
 
When this is enabled (or not set!) then Moodle will try  to include a file meta.php from the parent theme into the  <head><head> part of the page.
 
 
 
== Nav menu width ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->navmenuwidth = 50;
 
</code>
 
 
 
You can use this to control the cutoff point for strings in the navmenus (list of activities in popup menu etc) Default is 50 characters wide.
 
 
 
== Make nav menu list ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->makenavmenulist = false;
 
</code>
 
 
 
By setting this to true, then you will have access to a new variable in your header.html and footer.html called $navmenulist ... this contains a simple XHTML menu of  all activities in the current course, mostly useful for  creating popup navigation menus and so on.
 
 
 
== Chameleon enabled ==
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->chameleonenabled = false;
 
</code>
 
 
 
By setting this to true it enables editing of the stylsheets. It is recommended to set this to false again once you're  satisfied with your theme.
 
 
 
== Chameleon teacher edit enabled ==
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->chameleonteachereditenabled = false;
 
</code>
 
 
 
If you use chameleon as a course theme setting this to true  will allow teachers on that course to edit the theme.
 
 
 
== Resource mp3 player colors ==
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->resource_mp3player_colors =
 
'bgColour=000000&btnColour=ffffff&btnBorderColour=cccccc&iconColour=000000&'.
 
'iconOverColour=00cc00&trackColour=cccccc&handleColour=ffffff&loaderColour=ffffff&'.
 
'font=Arial&fontColour=3333FF&buffer=10&waitForPlay=no&autoPlay=yes';
 
</code>
 
 
 
With this you can control the colours of the "big" MP3 player that is used for MP3 resources.
 
 
 
== Filter media plugin colors ==
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->filter_mediaplugin_colors =
 
'bgColour=000000&btnColour=ffffff&btnBorderColour=cccccc&iconColour=000000&'.
 
'iconOverColour=00cc00&trackColour=cccccc&handleColour=ffffff&loaderColour=ffffff&'.
 
'waitForPlay=yes';
 
</code>
 
 
 
This controls the small embedded player
 
 
 
== Custom pix ==
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->custompix = true;
 
</code>
 
 
 
If true, then this theme must have a "pix"  subdirectory that contains copies of all  files from the moodlepix directory, plus a "pixmod" directory containing all the icons for all the activity modules.
 
== Sideblock width ==
 
{{Moodle 1.8}}When you need to define the side column width for your themes you can add the following settings to your theme config.php.
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->block_l_min_width = 148;
 
$THEME->block_l_max_width = 148;
 
$THEME->block_r_min_width = 260;
 
$THEME->block_r_max_width = 260;
 
 
 
/// These values define the min and max width of the left and right
 
/// sideblocks in the course pages. If not set or false the standard
 
/// values are taken.
 
</code>
 
 
 
==Change column order==
 
{{Moodle 1.8}}When you need to change the column order for your themes you can add the following settings to your theme config.php.
 
 
 
<code php>
 
$THEME->layouttable = array('left', 'right', 'middle');
 
 
 
/// These values define the order of the columns for all
 
/// pages showing sideblocks. If not set Moodle uses the
 
/// default order:
 
/// $THEME->layouttable = array('left', 'middle', 'right');
 
</code>
 
 
 
==See also==
 
 
 
[[de:Design-Konfigurationsdatei]]
 

Revisió de 01:29, 23 juny 2011

This development related page is now located in the Dev docs.

See the Theme config file page in the Dev docs.