Moodle full-browser mode (not full-screen)
Hi, and thanks for developing such a great module :)
How possible is it to add this feature in the Moodle H5P module?
- Create H5P instance
- Display Options:
- Display action bar and frame
- Download button
- Copyright button
- Display in full-browser mode
Full-browser mode is similar to full-screen mode. All it does is fill the available browser window space with the H5P presentation, i.e. 100% width X 100% height (with CSS to remove the default 5px margin). Therefore, there are no:
- Course name headers
- Navigation side blocks
- Navigation "breadcrumbs"
What would be useful is a minimal top-navigation bar with the course title, site name/logo (depending on the site theme), and a link back to the main Moodle course page.
The main advantage: When set, full-browser mode is on by default. Users don't need to think about whether full-screen is available and if there is a button to click and where that button is. Also, users aren't presented with the web browser's default full-screen mode messages.
AFAIK, the necessary coding to implement these changes would be minimal but I think the feature would be very useful.
What do you think?
All the best,