Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 3.6. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version of Moodle is likely available here: Editing text.
- The usual way to edit or create text that is part of the visual content of a course is by using a Text editor The default text editor in Moodle is known as the Atto editor. The popular TinyMCE editor is also available, along with a plain text editor. See Formatting text for other options.
- The administrator decides which editors to enable or disable, from the Text editors area of Site administration.
- Individual Moodle users can, if allowed by the admin, choose their own text editor from the Preferences link in the user menu top right.
Text editing on a Moodle site
To edit the terms in the Moodle interface, rather than the course content, administrators can make changes by customising the language on a site wide basis.