Moodle User Interface Guidelines > Feedback page
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This is a guideline for a Moodle Interface Guideline. Comments: developer forum thread
Forces: factors that affect selection
- In order to not break the browser's back button, the page that a form is POSTed to needs to redirect to another page
- A separate feedback page slows users down
Separate feedback pages are often used in Moodle to provide feedback to the user about successful filling of a form, such as a submission of configuration page or posting to a forum thread.
Feedback pages include a link to the following page (determined by the developer), and also redirect the user to that page after a specified time.
Examples and implementation
Related issues in the tracker
- TODO: Make somehow visually distinct the user-made content that the feedback page shows, so that it does not seem like a part of the feedback page itself.