Here is a collection of the key terms regularly used in Moodle. Best to learn them now. It will assist your future learning a use of Moodle. One can't learn the concepts without first understanding the words.
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Abbreviation of EfurtWiki.
Moodle's wiki is based on ErfurtWiki, which is an implementation of the WikiWikiWeb hypertext system. It allows simple collaborative editing and creation of web pages.
For more about eWiki, see http://erfurtwiki.sourceforge.net/.
Firebird is a fully featured and powerful RDBMS and is derived from Borland InterBase 6.0 source code, which has more than 20 years of handling databases from just a few KB to many Gigabytes with good performance and almost free of maintenance!
It is open source and has no dual license. Below is a list of some of the Firebird’s major features:
Firebird is financially supported by Firebird Foundation which get his founds from company donations and paid membership subscriptions.
See http://www.firebirdsql.org/ for more information.
It is one of many Firefox plug-ins often recommended by the community to people creating and modifying Moodle themes.
Firebug van be downloaded from www.getfirebug.com
Firefox (formerly Firebird) is a web browser, based on Mozilla (but with all the non-browser stuf in Mozilla taken out). It's still in development, but is already very stable, usable and full of features.
Firefox makes a good replacement for Internet Explorer on Windows platforms.
(n.) A searing e-mail or newsgroup message in which the writer attacks another participant in overly harsh, and often personal, terms. Flames are an unfortunate, but inevitable, element of unmoderated conferences.
Location: Flat file edit settings link in Administration > Courses > Enrolments
The front page is the initial page seen by someone reaching a Moodle site. It is not the home page for a course or classroom, but rather for the whole site.
The site settings determine which user roles can reach it. For example, the demo.moodle.org allows visitors (guests) to see it's front page and asks them to log in. A user clicking on the course is taken to the "Returning to this website" Moodle login in screen. Other sites may require a login before showing the front page.
Many functions of a front page are similar to those found in a course. The administration block will allow topics to be added to a Front Page.
File Transfer Protocol - a method of copying files from one computer to another. For example, you might FTP your Moodle files from your home computer to your web server.
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