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  1. Moodle QA
  2. MDLQA-5249 QA tests converted to behat
  3. MDLQA-1702

In Google Chrome, on the index page, the correct course controls are available on section pages for weekly format, in paged mode, when ajax is turned on.

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      Test Pre-requisites:

      • This test must be performed using the Google Chrome web browser.
      • Enable ajax in Site administration > Appearance > Ajax and Javascript.
      • Any course in Moodle that has the course format set to Weeks.
      • Course administration > Course layout is set to "Show one section per page".

      Test Steps:
      1. Navigate to a single course section by clicking on the section title.
      2. Verify that the section CANNOT be moved as there are no controls to do so.
      3. Return to main course page and move a resource between sections, turn editing off end verify that the resource has been moved.
      4. Indent a resource, then turn editing off and verify that section appears indented and in the correct position.
      5. Edit a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource has been edited.
      6. Hide a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource is hidden.
      7. Delete a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource is deleted.
      8. Duplicate a resource, then turn editing off and verify that the resource has been duplicated.
      9. Hide a section, then turn editing off and verify that the section remains hidden.
      10. Add the section links block and verify that the section links are working correctly.

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