H5P activity in Moodle upgrade to 3.4 Problems

BV52's picture
Hi. We upgraded to Moodle 3.4 to facilitate https Conversion. Now, with the correct version of H5P module plugin installed, we see "Editor - Waiting for Javascript" msg where, in our 3.3 version, we had the H5P Hub. We cannot get any further. We use Windows 10 and Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Firefox and Chrome! Please help! Thanks, Ann
BV52's picture

Hi Ann,

In order to give your bug report the best chance of getting answered, please include the following information:

  1. Detailed steps to reproduce the bug (exactly how and when did it happen)
  2. Platform and version number. E.g. Drupal, Wordpress, Moodle.
  3. Mobile or Desktop
  4. Browser: Chrome, Firefox, Safari etc
  5. H5P plugin version
  6. H5P content type and version (if a content type was used), and a sample URL or attached H5P.
  7. Any browser console errors
  8. Any PHP errors
  9. Screenshots if it's a visual problem

The more information you provide, the quicker the community will be able to fix it and the quicker you'll have a working solution!

-BV52

Hi.

I still can't use the H5P plugin in Moodle 3.4.  This time, I created a quick trial run exercise on the h5p platform, downloaded the file, and tried to drag-and-drop it on the Moodle plugin settings page. 

The error messaages and the h5p file are attached. Is the change to 'https' causing a the problem?  The plugin worked fine on the 3.3 'http' status. Most of the console message content seems to refer to 'Mixed content' issues.  How can this be resolved?

More help needed.

thomasmars's picture

Hi, it seems like you have disabled the H5P Hub for your site.

Please see the "Content Type Hub" guide to learn how to enable the content type hub.

If you're still experiencing problems after re-enabling the H5P Hub please give detailed steps on how to reproduce it and show any console or php errors that you're getting, like the forum guidelines for bug reports states and BV asked for. Thanks

- Thomas

Hi..i have upgraded to Moodle 3.5 and the similar error occurred on my site...help

 

BV52's picture

Hi rahimm,

Did you try the advice of Thomas above? If you have tried this and still having an issue, please provide the following information:

  1. Detailed steps to reproduce the bug (exactly how and when did it happen)
  2. Platform and version number. E.g. Drupal, Wordpress, Moodle.
  3. Mobile or Desktop
  4. Browser: Chrome, Firefox, Safari etc
  5. H5P plugin version
  6. H5P content type and version (if a content type was used), and a sample URL or attached H5P.
  7. Any browser console errors
  8. Any PHP errors
  9. Screenshots if it's a visual problem

The more information you provide, the quicker the community will be able to fix it and the quicker you'll have a working solution!

-BV52