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==Site administration settings==
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The URL module has additional settings which may be changed by an administrator in ''Settings > Site administration > Plugins > Activity modules > URL''.
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===Frame height===
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Here you can specify the height of the top frame (containing the navigation) if you choose the  "in frame" display option.  Note:If your theme has a large header then the ''resource_framesize'' variable should be increased to prevent horizontal and vertical scrollbars.
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===Require activity description===
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This setting allows you to turn off the requirement for users to type something into the description box.
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===Password===
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===Include role names in parameters===
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===Available display options===
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This setting allows you to add different ways the resource may be displayed on the course page.
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===Default values for activity settings===
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Here you can set the defaults for this resource. You can also choose which setting(s) to class as "Advanced". These settings will only then appear if the user clicks "Show advanced" in the settings.

Revision as of 07:44, 17 August 2011

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Site administration settings

The URL module has additional settings which may be changed by an administrator in Settings > Site administration > Plugins > Activity modules > URL.

Frame height

Here you can specify the height of the top frame (containing the navigation) if you choose the "in frame" display option. Note:If your theme has a large header then the resource_framesize variable should be increased to prevent horizontal and vertical scrollbars.

Require activity description

This setting allows you to turn off the requirement for users to type something into the description box.

Password

Include role names in parameters

Available display options

This setting allows you to add different ways the resource may be displayed on the course page.

Default values for activity settings

Here you can set the defaults for this resource. You can also choose which setting(s) to class as "Advanced". These settings will only then appear if the user clicks "Show advanced" in the settings.