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    • Type: Sub-task
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 2.4
    • Fix Version/s: 2.5
    • Component/s: Administration
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    • Testing Instructions:
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      Make sure the following admin table has id and containns the following class: 'admintable generaltable'
      Also make sure there's is no inline style for the table.

      1. go to Site admin > plugins > blocks > Manage blocks
      2. go to Site admin > plugins > filters > manage filters
      3. go to Site admin > plugins > local plugins > manage local plugins
      4. go to Site admin > plugins > question types > manage question types
      5. go to Site admin > plugins > repositories > manage repositories
      6. go to Site admin > appearance > HTML settings
      7. go to Site admin > plugins > enrolments > manage enrol plugins
      8. go to Site admin > plugins > authentication > manage authentication
      9. go to Site admin > plugins > text editors > manage editors
      10. go to Site admin > plugins > licences > manage licences
      11. go to Site admin > plugins > web services > external services
      12. go to Site admin > plugins > web services > overview
      13. go to Site admin > plugins > web services > manage protocols
      14. go to Site admin > plugins > web services > manage tokens
      15. go to Site admin > appearance > manage tags
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      Make sure the following admin table has id and containns the following class: 'admintable generaltable' Also make sure there's is no inline style for the table. go to Site admin > plugins > blocks > Manage blocks go to Site admin > plugins > filters > manage filters go to Site admin > plugins > local plugins > manage local plugins go to Site admin > plugins > question types > manage question types go to Site admin > plugins > repositories > manage repositories go to Site admin > appearance > HTML settings go to Site admin > plugins > enrolments > manage enrol plugins go to Site admin > plugins > authentication > manage authentication go to Site admin > plugins > text editors > manage editors go to Site admin > plugins > licences > manage licences go to Site admin > plugins > web services > external services go to Site admin > plugins > web services > overview go to Site admin > plugins > web services > manage protocols go to Site admin > plugins > web services > manage tokens go to Site admin > appearance > manage tags
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_24_STABLE
    • Fixed Branches:
      MOODLE_25_STABLE
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      Description

      Add consistency for admin setting table to have ID and class name.

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                    14/May/13