how to add moodle on yola?

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AJC

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Sanja, Official Rep

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Hello Arnold

Unfortunately, I am not familiar with Moodle. If it requires PHP, mySQL, ASP programming, then it is not possible to use it with Yola.

If the installation requires HTML coding, then you can use the HTML widget to add this to your site.

You can add HTML by dragging and dropping an HTML Widget from the sidebar on the right onto your page (the icon for this is a blue sphere). An HTML editor will open up that will allow you to write or paste in your code. When you are done, click "OK" and you will see the way that the HTML displays on your page

To edit the HTML in a Text Widget, click the last icon on the text editing toolbar (HTML) You can then edit the HTML. When you are finished, click "OK" to return to editing text with the Yola text editor.

If you need any further assistance, please let me know.
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KanThaiDecor

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Hi Sanja.....I downloaded a few of their add ons and they are php so I assume all they offer is php .
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AJC

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But will it be possible to tag the php as html?
I mean that can you embed php in html?
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Hello Arnold,

I took a look at Moodle and I couldn't seem to find anything about embedding it.

The only way to add it that I could find was to have it hosted which you can't do with Yola.

Unfortunately, at this time, scripting languages like ASP and PHP cannot be added to your website through the Sitebuilder.

The reason for this is that both these languages work by delivering and acting upon files which actually remain offsite and stay located on the host server. Given the broad spectrum and possibilities of actions that these languages are capable of, and then combined with the fact that constant input into the Yola hosting servers would be required- there is a degree of damage that could be done and it poses a security and stability threat to the websites of Yola users.

Unfortunately, not everyone has the best intentions when creating a website.

I'm sorry I don't have better news for you.
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Thanks man I really appreciate it. I'll find another way to get noodle or get some other software that can help me with the course management part.