Monday, March 04, 2013

Thinking Moodle Theme Design


I have been taking a loom at the some options for templates this last week and came across an couple of site that seemed to have some useful and I thought interesting content. The first was Themza. The themes features are free and cover a wide range of curriculum area defaults, and when it comes to installing the theme, there are short video tutorials that will guide through the process.

 
If you are feeling really creative then  Themato Web Moodle Theme Engine may well be the solution. The website feratures among other things video tutorials that guide you through the design process and has the following new features available: -

*New - Added keyboard navigation the website. Use your arrow keys in gallery to navigate fast and use Shift+1, Shift+2 and so on for menu links on the website(Not on Moodle). To use keyboard shortcuts in your Moodle themes, press Ctrl+Shift+K to see your list of Admin keyboard shortcuts. Watch out this space, Moodle UI is gonna get richer in interaction!!

*New - Added support for New Layout in themes!

*New - Added Moodle Bar for easy navigation.

*New - Added Menu Builder so that you can create your menu items without having to write a single line of code.


Finally I discivered Hayley eLearning Center, have nice looking page of free themes that covering Moodle 1.9 and  Moodle 2.0. I particularly liked the way in which the themes on this site have taken on customisation of menu options and colour styles

I hope you found this posting useful and do please feel free to comment

1 Comments:

Blogger Paradiso Seo said...

A Moodle theme allows the user to change the look and feel of a Moodle site. Moodle Themes can be applied on the site, category, course and activity levels by users with permissions to do so. Moodle Themes can be designed for specific devices such as mobile phones or tablets.

Paradiso Solutions will help you match your company identity by offering our unique Moodle Theme Design.

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