Open Publishing Space with Git Sync is designed to publish, share and collaboratively edit Markdown-based content using the modern flat-file Grav CMS. I am happy to share the news that a customized version of the new Grav default theme Quark, using the Lightweight, Responsive and Modern CSS Framework Spectre CSS Framework, is now the standard Open Publishing Space theme!
Figure 1. Open Publishing Space Blog List
The original Open Publishing Space theme, a customized version of the Antimatter theme, is still available.
A brief video demonstrating how locally hosted H5P content can be used with the Grav Open Course Hub (once you have set the source URL of the H5P content):
With the most recent release of the Grav Open Course Hub, site authors can insert H5P content (hosted on h5p.org) into any page using a simple Shortcode (i.e.
[h5p id="712"]). In addition, a new H5P button is now available in the Admin Panel page editor to make using the H5P Shortcode even easie...
I recently highlighted some of the key things to know about the Grav Open Course Hub project, and I thought I would share them here too:
❓Did you know❓— Hibbitts Design (@hibbittsdesign) March 8, 2018
Perhaps one of the most unique aspects of the @getgrav Open Course Hub is that Theme files (incl. CSS) are auto-synced with content to GitHub/GitLab/etc. so tech-savvy instructors (and students!) can provide hands-on authoring help to other Open Course Hub users.
I recently tweeted a set of updated Grav Open Course Hub workflow diagrams, and I thought I would share them here:
Figure 1. Grav Open Course Hub Workflow.
With the release of the Open Course Hub 2.0 package, three example sites are included in the Course Hub Bootstrap theme’s _demo folder; basic, intermediate and advanced. Let’s take a brief look at the visual appearance and highlights of each example:
The Grav Open Course Hub supports a number of optional URL flags (i.e. parameters) to better support embedding Hub content into other LMSs such as Canvas or Moodle:
chromeless - hide all global navigation elements
summaryonly - display the summary of a blog post
hidepagetitle - hide the title of a page