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  1. Moodle
  2. MDL-70196

Create a module based navigation bar

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    • Testing Instructions:
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      1. Go to any site administration page.
      2. Check that the breadcrumb navigation bar is not present.
      3. Go to a course that is using the topics course format.
      4. Add an assignment to the course.
      5. Click on the assignment.
      6. Check that there is no link to the topic in the breadcrumb.
      7. Check that the last item in the breadcrumb is never a link.
      8. Check that all other items in the breadcrumb are always links.
      9. Navigate to other pages and check that testing steps 6, 7, and 8 are always true (unless in site administration pages).
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      Go to any site administration page. Check that the breadcrumb navigation bar is not present. Go to a course that is using the topics course format. Add an assignment to the course. Click on the assignment. Check that there is no link to the topic in the breadcrumb. Check that the last item in the breadcrumb is never a link. Check that all other items in the breadcrumb are always links. Navigate to other pages and check that testing steps 6, 7, and 8 are always true (unless in site administration pages).
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_400_STABLE
    • Pull from Repository:
    • Pull Master Branch:
      MDL-70196-master
    • Story Points:
      0
    • Sprint:
      4.0 Navigation blitz, 4.0 Navigation blitz 2, 4.0 Navigation blitz 3

      Description

      Create a module based navigation bar.

      This issue serves as an area to maintain a branch until we reach the migration issue. This means that once the subtasks have been completed a branch will need to be maintained upon the latest weeklies until we reach the migration issue where we can push this issue to integration.

      User stories

      Story Acceptance Criteria / Confirmation
      As any user, I want to navigate back to the course with the navigation bar, so that I can quickly go to a different piece of learning content  As any user, I should be able to use the context header bar within a module to navigate back to the start of the course
      As any user, I want to navigate back to the section the module is in from the navigation bar, so that I can find other pieces of learning content that are similar to the current content I am reviewing As any user, I should be able to use the context header bar within a module to navigate back to the section of the course that the current module is placed in 
      As a teacher, I can need to grade a learners forum activity, so that I can provide my learners with feedback on their activity  Within a forum module instance I can open the forum grading functionality and grade users’ participation within the forum
      As a learner, I can want to view my grades for a forum activity, so that I can discover if my participation is satisfactory  Within a forum activity I should still have the ability to view my grade using the existing forum grading functionality
      As a teacher, I can turn editing on within a course, so that I can add new content or modify existing content with a course Depending on other Moodle 4.0 UX projects this may change
      I can easily turn on course editing within the course to add new modules 
      As any user, I can search a forum that I am in, so that I can find relevant posts or discussions before making a new post  I can still search forums in a similar or identical way as I currently can (pre Moodle 4.0)

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              Assignee:
              abgreeve Adrian Greeve
              Reporter:
              mathewmay Mathew May
              Peer reviewer:
              Mihail Geshoski
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              Adrian Greeve, Jake Dallimore, Mathew May, Mihail Geshoski, Peter Dias, Sujith Haridasan
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