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{{Managing a Moodle site}}
 
{{Managing a Moodle site}}
Admins can choose to enable/disable AJAX across the whole site and also AJAX course editing in ''Settings > Site administration > Appearance > AJAX and Javascript''.
 
  
It is recommended that AJAX is enabled, since it is required for an increasing number of features in Moodle, such as [[Using Forum|quick forum rating]].
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AJAX (short for asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is required for functionality such as drag and drop.  In older versions of Moodle it was possible to disable it, but in recent versions the setting was removed, and now it is always enabled.
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==Activity chooser default==
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See the section 'Activities and resources' in [[Course homepage]] for details of the activity chooser.
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
  
 
* [[:dev:AJAX]]
 
* [[:dev:AJAX]]
 
[[Category:AJAX]]
 
  
 
[[de:Einstellungen für JavaScript und Ajax]]
 
[[de:Einstellungen für JavaScript und Ajax]]
 
[[eu:AJAX_eta_Javascript-en_ezarpenak]]
 
[[eu:AJAX_eta_Javascript-en_ezarpenak]]
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[[es:Configuraciones de AJAX y Javascript]]

Latest revision as of 15:36, 10 January 2017


AJAX (short for asynchronous JavaScript and XML) is required for functionality such as drag and drop. In older versions of Moodle it was possible to disable it, but in recent versions the setting was removed, and now it is always enabled.

Activity chooser default

See the section 'Activities and resources' in Course homepage for details of the activity chooser.

See also