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Just wanted to throw my 2 cents in the pot.  YouNet does still have some lacking features in a few of their product that they have not improved in over two years but this is not one of them.  Advanced Menu is an incredible add-on and way way way way better than the original V3 submenu.  If you carefully use all the features you can make your site look incredible.  Yes, the cost is high for menus...but in my point of view...wait til it goes on sale and get it.  You will not regret it.  I will repeat myself that remember you just don't enter your menu but remember colors, images, locations and order.  The only issue I could find with this app and I always find many lack of forward thought on all apps is the ability to remove or change color of the line between the menus.  This is only an issue if you don't want a solid menu color with no white lines between each menu.  You can hack the code and change the color to match your background so if any need the info mesage me.  But besides that...it works awesome.

October 10, 2017 3:02 pm
Originally posted by: Dazzy

I use the latest version of Moodle so know all about it, numerous times I have put it in a sub dir of PhpFox and fooled around and it always seemed disjointed. (I still hate having to upgrade the base Moodle system, they need to improve that.)

I am pretty sure a simple single signon could be achieved using the PhpFox API however.

Yeah, I was hoping you would join this thread and share your wealth of experience...

and somewhat surprised that a project like this would not be right up your new alley now that you are explicitly doing freelance stuff from your own website.

One would think that it would be fairly simple and straightforward - after all there has been a Joomla/Moodle integration available for quite some time.

However, I have been following one blogger's story about trying to achieve single sign on with Wordpress, and after two years he still has not fully achieved it, but claims to be currently working on a Plugin available at github.


You have to read all the comments to find out that the goal never was achieved fully in only 20 minutes of work.

Thanks to macagoraga for pointing out that blog to me. thumbs_up

Like I said earlier:

I really do not understand what the difficulty would be (due to my shameful ignorance) - given the fact that Phpfox has an API for APPs, and Moodle has an API for integrating thirdparty scripts.

There used to be someone selling a moodle integration here, but using the search box of the addons section reveals NOTHING.

However, I just found this page from socialloft offering quotes to provide an integration:

February 8, 2014 12:36 pm