In this chapter, we tackled the not-so-appealing look and feel of a vanilla Moodle site and touched upon a significant number of areas supporting customization.
We first looked at pages that can be customized by the administrator: login, home, dashboard, my courses, and the user profile. We then covered appearance elements visible or usable throughout the site: the header, blocks, video and audio, the Atto editor, and user tours.
The second part of the chapter was concerned with the customization of themes. Before customizing your theme via general, advanced, and feature theme settings, we looked at different theme types.
The last topic covered was accessibility, a legal requirement in most educational settings. We dealt with system, theme, and content accessibility.
Double-check what your site looks like when you are not logged in. Ensure no information is visible that should only be accessible to logged-in users.
The main objective of adapting...