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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
Need to customize the Moodle template as per my current website. It doesn't need to be exact, but needs to look very similar and follow our branding theme.
Skills: Moodle
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
I have built a personality test using the Moodle Questionnaire plugin. When a user completes the personality test, the system needs to generate a 3 page profile report customised to the specific users personality scores.
Skills: Moodle HTML PHP
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
Hi, I'm looking for someone I can count on for site admin for my moodle course which is attached to my wordpress site via woocommerce. ... Presently I am using Edweiser Bridge plugin and s2 Member to get buyers from website to moodle with unique login credentials. I have had nothing but problems with this plugin. ... They finally got it to work months after i updated moodle and wordpress. Wordpress recently updated again and I have a course member who cannot log in.
Skills: Moodle Woocommerce WordPress
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $30 - Posted
Rebranding CHAMILO installation with the colors of the main website I have a Chamilo installation on this URL http://crespial.vo.pe/campus/ but need to have it branded with the colors, header and footer of this website http://crespial.vo.pe/0513/ and http://crespial.vo.pe/0513/boletin/61/ (in case the first one is too difficult) The result should be similar to this one http://www.crespial.org/campus/
Skills: Moodle CSS CSS3 PHP
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $800 - Posted
You have a a list of references of JOINT applications of Joomla and Moodle together. 2. If you agree to the payment terms above Link to site (free to register. ... Specialize in implementing e-learning platforms 3. Can integrate multiple online platforms (Moodle to Joomla, eFront to Joomla, Docebo to Joomla, etc.) - single sign-on or other level An advantage would be: If you can to develop applications for mobile devices (Android, iOS, ...)
Skills: Moodle CRM eLearning Joomla!
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
What I'm looking for is to get a basic working Moodle course setup. It will consist of 3 short modules that include videos to view, 2 discussion board questions, a final exam and a survey monkey to incorporate at the end. ... I have a syllabus already made up, all the video links, the exam and survey monkey already complete I really just need someone to work with me to incorporate it into Moodle to make a simple easy to follow course. If this sound of interest to you please let me know I have a pretty short timeline to complete everything as this is for a Masters level summer class. ... If this sound of interest to you please let me know I have a pretty short timeline to complete everything as this is for a Masters level summer class. I will need a basic working Moodle course by 7/15 for review from my professor and 1 classmate, it will need to be tweaked for any issues and suggestions from them and finalized by 7/21.
Skills: Moodle Instructional design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
Hello, Here's a quick summary of this 1-time project, I need to know estimate time to complete as well as deliver, and total cost. 1) Setup EC2 with cPanel: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+to+Build+a+Hosting+Environment+on+Amazon+AWS 2) Once the site is setup and installed in the server then we'll need to purchase a Theme, which you can review here: http://themeforest.net/category/cms-themes/moodle and ideally you want to pick a Theme that looks similar to your current website so there is that consistent look-and-feel. 3) This is the shopping cart that we can install into WordPress, it is free and the most popular shopping cart used with WordPress so you'll know that it will always be 100% supported, etc: https://woocommerce.com/ 4) This is how we integrate from WooCommerce/WordPress to Moodle, see here: https://edwiser.org/bridge/extensions/woocommerce-integration (we will hire them to configure their plugin so we just need to do the Moodle-side of things) 5) Once that is all setup then you would be looking to configure the course-level and here's some links to get you thinking how you can display the individual courses that we may want to install: https://moodle.org/plugins/browse.php? ... Hello, Here's a quick summary of this 1-time project, I need to know estimate time to complete as well as deliver, and total cost. 1) Setup EC2 with cPanel: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+to+Build+a+Hosting+Environment+on+Amazon+AWS 2) Once the site is setup and installed in the server then we'll need to purchase a Theme, which you can review here: http://themeforest.net/category/cms-themes/moodle and ideally you want to pick a Theme that looks similar to your current website so there is that consistent look-and-feel. 3) This is the shopping cart that we can install into WordPress, it is free and the most popular shopping cart used with WordPress so you'll know that it will always be 100% supported, etc: https://woocommerce.com/ 4) This is how we integrate from WooCommerce/WordPress to Moodle, see here: https://edwiser.org/bridge/extensions/woocommerce-integration (we will hire them to configure their plugin so we just need to do the Moodle-side of things) 5) Once that is all setup then you would be looking to configure the course-level and here's some links to get you thinking how you can display the individual courses that we may want to install: https://moodle.org/plugins/browse.php? ... Hello, Here's a quick summary of this 1-time project, I need to know estimate time to complete as well as deliver, and total cost. 1) Setup EC2 with cPanel: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+to+Build+a+Hosting+Environment+on+Amazon+AWS 2) Once the site is setup and installed in the server then we'll need to purchase a Theme, which you can review here: http://themeforest.net/category/cms-themes/moodle and ideally you want to pick a Theme that looks similar to your current website so there is that consistent look-and-feel. 3) This is the shopping cart that we can install into WordPress, it is free and the most popular shopping cart used with WordPress so you'll know that it will always be 100% supported, etc: https://woocommerce.com/ 4) This is how we integrate from WooCommerce/WordPress to Moodle, see here: https://edwiser.org/bridge/extensions/woocommerce-integration (we will hire them to configure their plugin so we just need to do the Moodle-side of things) 5) Once that is all setup then you would be looking to configure the course-level and here's some links to get you thinking how you can display the individual courses that we may want to install: https://moodle.org/plugins/browse.php?
Skills: Moodle Amazon EC2 WordPress