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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''.
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Admins can choose to disable AJAX across the whole site in ''Settings > Site administration > Appearance > AJAX and Javascript''. Ajax is enabled by default.
  
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]].
 
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 19:24, 25 June 2012

Admins can choose to disable AJAX across the whole site in Settings > Site administration > Appearance > AJAX and Javascript. Ajax is enabled by default.


See also