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  • Customizing VB to interact with Moodle...?

    Hi.

    I'm not sure where to put this, but since I'm using VB 3.8.4, this seemed
    like the best spot.

    I have a VB forum that's part of an educational system, which is done
    through Moodle. What I need to do is have certain VB forums and threads
    remain INVISIBLE to people who have not reached a certain point in the
    Moodle course content. For example, imagine there are 20-lesson in 2
    Moodle course modules. If someone is on Module 1, Lesson 4... I can't
    have them see the VB thread for Module 1, Lesson 5. I don't even want
    them to see the VB subforum for Module 2.

    So, two questions:

    1) Is this kind of functionality available within VB or its plugins? If so,
    can you direct me to an appropriate link?

    2) If it's not part of this functionality, I'm assuming it would require some
    custom programming. Where can I find a programmer who could help
    me customize something like this?

    Also...

    When I run a second group/course, I want them to access the original
    threads -- and all the replies that are on that thread -- AS the Moodle
    lesson is revealed. Same questions as above: If the above VB functionality
    exists, does this, too? And if not, any idea where I can find someone to
    help me customize?

    Thanks in advance!

    Jeff

  • #2
    you'll probably have to go to vbulletin.org for that.

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      Any integration with 3rd party scripts/software should be posted over at www.vbulletin.org.
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