A project of Temple University’s Fox School of Business, Management Information Systems (Fox MIS) community initiative. For more information see http://community.mis.temple.edu. For more information about this plug-in contact Manoj Chacko at email@example.com.
Download “Community Gradebook.zip”. Community Gradebook Download Unzip the “Community Gradebook.zip” to “/Community Gradebook/” Enable LDAP – this has to be done before activation If you want to use LDAP users for managing the gradebook page, you have to enable it.
Navigate to /Community Gradebook/files/ldap.php Contact your Ldap Administrator and enter the following information.
$ldaphost = ” “; //Enter your ldap host info $ldapport = ” “; //Enter you ldap port number
$basedn = ” “; //Enter LDAP Search base Save and proceed to activation. Note: By default LDAP bind is set to use the anonymous bind.
Enable https Talk to your server administrator and make sure SSL is enabled on you server. If SSL is enabled the all you have to do is once the plugin is activated.
Go to the page you want to secure and Enter the short code [secure]. Make sure the short codes are all on separate lines. Note: The [secure] short code can be used to secure any page, not just the gradebook page. It is independent of the gradebook functions and provides users who don’t have access to the .HTACCESS file a means to secure their pages using just a short code.
Activation Upload “/Community Gradebook/” into your “/Plugins/” folder. Navigate to the site plugin management page and activate Community Gradebook Plugin can be activated on an individual site (Activate) as well as on the Network (Network Activate). Note: Alternatively you can also upload the Zip file directly using the Plugin install page and then activate. If you had to unzip to enable LDAP and https, you can zip the file again and then upload.
Contributors & Developers
“Community Gradebook” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.