Sitting down to work on my next Trello ticket I realized my Toggl account was still on my previous task. I had to stop what I was doing and switch to Toggl counter to stop and create a new counter for my current task. Having finished the test I wanted to make a list of a few fixes that had to be tested elsewhere – since there is no easy way to refer to Trello cards other than their url address I made a list of links for reference.
As we all know well, Moodle is a multilingual system which, depending on the wishes of the user, can perfectly support many languages. As a rule, when developing a new plugin, there are no big difficulties for the introduction of a language translator, but there are a few nuances about which we will talk about.
A course format is a special type of plugin in Moodle, which is responsible for the course layout – what the course page looks like (/course/view.php) in both view and editing mode, which resources and activities must be displayed, how they are styled and in which order they are arranged, in which sections they are located etc. The basic and most popular Moodle course format is the Topics format. It is the most simple and that’s why it’s best to use it as a skeleton for the creation of a new course format.