Where are Moodle images stored?

Where are Moodle images stored?

Image locations within Moodle There are three main areas in which images are located – core, plugin and theme. Core images are used throughout Moodle and are stored in moodle/pix.

How do I display an image in Moodle?

Insert/Edit image in Moodle

  1. Click on the Insert image icon.
  2. Click on “Find or upload and image..” .
  3. Use File picker to select and existing image or upload a new one.
  4. After selecting the file it will appear in the “Insert/edit image” window.

How do I embed an image in Moodle?

Within the text editing box, click the Insert/edit image icon….Embed an image

  1. Select Create an alias/shortcut so that all instances where the image is used will be updated if you replace the image.
  2. If necessary, change the file’s Save as name.
  3. If necessary, change the Author and Licence details.
  4. Click Select this file.

How do I find the course image in Moodle?

Go to your course’s Moodle site. Click the “Course Management” gear icon in the top menu bar. In the Description Section, look for the Course Image upload box. The easiest way to add an image is to drag and drop it from your computer into the upload box.

How do I change the background image in Moodle?

What do I need to do? Click on the Settings menu on the top right corner and select Change course’s background image. You can decide whether the image will be displayed in the banner on top of the screen (as in the image provided) or as a background image.

What is a theme image?

Theme 1: The Form of the Image Examining the nature and form of the image as a medium of representation.

How do I get an image URL in Moodle?

You can do this with: $fs = get_file_storage(); $fs->get_area_files(). For those files (maybe only 1 file, in your case), generate the URL with moodle_url::make_pluginfile_url. Make sure your plugin has a PLUGINNAME_pluginfile() function in lib.

How do I add a GIF to Moodle?

To upload to specific Moodle only:

  1. Within the text editing box, click the Insert/edit image icon in the third row of functions.
  2. In the Insert/edit image window, click Find or upload an image.
  3. In the File picker, click Upload a file, then Browse.
  4. In the Choose file window, browse for and select the file, then click Open.

How do I change a course image in Moodle?

Go to your course and select “Edit settings” from the gear icon (top right). Go to the “Description” section and upload your image to the “Course Image” section.

How do I change my banner in Moodle?

To add a banner image to your course, go into the course and enter editing mode. In the uppermost section, click on the edit button. This will let you edit the content that displays at the top of the box. In the “Summary” box, click on the “Insert/edit image” (looks like a tree).

How do I change my Moodle theme?

Steps to change the theme

  1. Go to the Settings block.
  2. Open Settings > Site administration > Appearance > Themes > Theme Selector link.
  3. Click on “Clear theme caches” button.
  4. Click on the “Select theme” button on the right of the current theme being used for the device.
  5. Scroll down to find the theme you wish to use.

How do I create a theme in Moodle?

Choose your new theme from within Moodle via Administration > Appearance > Themes > Theme selector. Your new theme! Because of the thousands of HTML elements in Moodle it’s impossible to account for every possible change you may want to make to your theme.

Why are my images not showing up in Moodle?

It can happen easily if content has been copy and pasted (including the images and embedded content) from a website to Moodle.

Why is my content showing as broken in Moodle?

Due to the GDPR rules we need to ensure that our content is displayed securely and safe from any third party interception, so we have moved Moodle from http to https. This has resulted in some images and embedded content such as videos, audio files and interactive magazines showing as ‘broken’ and unable to be seen.

Why has Moodle moved from http to https?

When shopping or inputting any personal information onto a website, always check that the site is https and not http in the address bar. Due to the GDPR rules we need to ensure that our content is displayed securely and safe from any third party interception, so we have moved Moodle from http to https.