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Moodle is designed a secured script with constant package upgrades available via your Admin panel. You can easily monitor all processes , posts, activities via your Moodle admin panel.
You can see the name of the database your Moodle script is using via the configuration script (config.php) in your installation web root directory, finding the variable: $CFG->dbname
You can find Moodle official forums here: http://moodle.org/forums/
1) You will need to edit the following entry in the config.php script in your Moodle web-root directory: $CFG->wwwroot 2) After the above step has been taken any hardcoded URLs in your database for your old URL need to be replaced. You can do that easily via pointing your browser to: http://yourdomain.com/path-to-moodle/admin/replace.php [...]
You can see which version of Moodle you are using via your Moodle admin panel.
1) Create a copy/backup of your vBulletin website filesystem and migrate it to the new server. You can use any FTP client of your choice ti transfer your files between the servers. 2) Create a copy of your vBulletin database. You will need to extract your website database to a file so that it can [...]
1) You will need to edit the folllowing entry in the config.php script in your Moodle web-root directory: $CFG->wwwroot 2) After the above step has been taken any hard coded URLs in your database for your old URL need to be replaced. You can do that easily via pointing your browser to: [...]
Moodle is designed to upgrade itself between versions. The steps you should follow are: 1) Backup your installation file structure (scripts) and database 2) Upload the files of the new Moodle version replacing the old content of your current installation root directory. 3) Go to your Admin panel > Notifications to finalize [...]
If you need to reset your Moodle installation admin account password you can try the following options: 1) You may try the “Send my details via email” Button 2) You can access your Moodle database via cPanel > phpMyAdmin or othe MySQL admin tool and find table mdl_user where all users data is stored. [...]
To install a new module in Moodle you should: 1) Extract the contents of the downloaded module archive to folder of the same name 2) Upload the folder to mod directory in your Moodle installation root. 3) Go to your Moodle Admin panel > Notifications to follow additional installation instructions if such are available
To install a new template/theme in Moodle you should: 1) Extract the contents of the downloaded template archive to folder of the same name 2) Upload the folder to theme directory in your Moodle installation root. 3) Go to your Moodle Admin panel > Notifications to follow additional installation instructions if such are available
Moodle main configuration file can be found after the script has been installed under your Moodle website web-root directory: [Path to your Moodle installation]/config.php It can be edited via cPanel > File Manager editing tools or via downloading the file on your local PC and using an application of your choice.
Moodle main configuration file can be found after the script has been installed under your Moodle website web-root directory: [Path to your Moodle installation]/config.php
You can search for additional resources for Moolde in the official documentation provided at Moodle website: http://docs.moodle.org/ and from the official Moodle page http://moodle.org/
Moodle system requirements can be found on their official website as they are constantly updated: http://docs.moodle.org/22/en/Installing_Moodle#Requirements
To install Moodle you should follow the below steps: 1) Download the Moolde installation archive and extract its contents. 2) Upload the contenty of the moodle folder to the web-root of where your Moolde installation should reside. You will be able to that via a FTP manager of your choice. 3) You will need [...]
You can install Moodle via cPanel > Softaculous by typing “Moodle” in the search bar or finding it under Educational category from the menu on the left. Simply go to the Install Tab and configure Moodle as you like.
Moodle is an opens-source e-learning software platform – Learning management software. In its latest versions Moodle includes all the typical features of an e-learning software plus some unique modifications (as Moodles filtering system). Moodle cane be used with different settings as educational , training and development and business platform. Some typical features of [...]