Topic outline

  • About Dash

    • Customize your Moodle site to your  needs, entirely without time consuming and expensive bespoke development. Using the powerful Dash block, you can completely change the layout, content and style of pages like the front page or the dashboard. At the heart of the Dash framework is a powerful query builder. Dash makes data available from various data sources, such as courses, users, completions, site logs and more. This data is then displayed using layouts such as grid, slider, masonry or tables and comes with many powerful customisation options like filters, conditions and full control over the fields displayed. Additional dashboards can be setup to cater for the specific needs of your target groups and/or roles. This gives you the ability to adjust the layout and structure of your Moodle site to what makes sense for your particular use case.

  • About slider layout

    • With the grid layout selected, administrators gain access to various layout modes, including the slider option. In addition to standard grid features such as displayed fields and background images, sliders offer a plethora of customization options. These include autoplay settings, slider speed, arrow display, padding adjustments, dot indicators, draggable functionality, and more. Admins can fine-tune settings like the number of rows, slides per row, transition speed, swiping direction (including vertical), and even variable width or vertical formats, ensuring various customization possibilities.

      Sliders serve as an ideal platform for showcasing highlights, capturing attention with their eye-catching appeal and providing a stage for spotlighting courses or other emphasized elements.

  • Examples of different sliders