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Learning Cheatsheet - Module Buttons

Every module type has its own toolkit of different buttons on the User Interface. As an administrator, you are able to hide and reveal different buttons on a module by module basis.

For example, by default, Graded Quizzes will have all the buttons shown below. 

Quiz Buttons

But, like other visual settings, you can change these by going to Learning > Online Courses > Learning Objects > Manage Learning Objects. From here, select a piece of content (such as a Graded Quiz). Select the "Branding & Design" icon.

Graded Quiz Settings

At the bottom of this page, you'll see a CSS section where you can select different items from the list on the left. Among this list are many of the different buttons users can interact with in the module.

To hide the pause button, add a display line, formatted like below:
    #pause_button_span {
    display:block;
    }
We can also apply these same concepts to to Back button and the End button

Or, if we wanted to add a button, we would change the display to "none":
    #pause_button_span {
    display:none;
    }

The features discussed in this article may or may not be available on your LMS system.
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