Hello... I'm new to opigno and drupal but determined to learn the best approach for anything. and thats why I'm trying to use opigno for my site. I am playing with opigno for few days and keen to use it to develop an educational site along with drupal. My use case is as follows: my site will be for indian school goers. there are different boards of education in india and there will be option to select from say Board1, Board2, Board3 etc. while creating account. anonymous user can browse free content present anywhere. In each board there will be classes/standards 1 to 10 (or 1 to 12 in future). user will be needed to select the class at registration but will be free to change it later (means he/she can subscribe for only one class/standard at a time. Each class/standard will have all the subjects including but not limited to maths, science, english etc. In each subject there will be different chapters and lessons associated with the concerned class/standard. user may be able to subscribe for all subject he/she may opt to subscribe for single subject. To achieve this I want to distribute the content related to different subjects to different subdomains as each subject will have entirely different content. Taxonomy may used for boards and chapters. I'm confused about using opigno class or taxonomy for classes/standards. I don't know whether or not my approach will be good. Also I don't know how to achieve my goal in best way keeping in mind that site will become quite huge with thousands of pages after loading full content. Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
I'm not sure to understand what is your precise question.
It's possible to implement what you describe, but it will imply many changes.
I would not advise to use subdomains, you will add an additional complexity regarding to the authentication. You may simply use categories (taxonomy)
In reply to Hi by axel
My question is
So every subject would have a
So every subject would have a dedicated Opigno instance? Is it what you mean by "in different folders"?
You say that classes will include different subjects. In this case it will not be possible to have a class across many Opigno instances.
It's really difficult to guide you step by step, without knowing precisely what you want to do, the context, the requirements (for example: why do you want to have a dedicated folder for each subject? Why don't you let Opigno manage the files classification and access rights?), etc. The best is that you ask precise questions on this forum and we will try to help you.
From what I understand I would say that the subject would be the course category in Opigno, the chapter a course, with lessons inside. It's absolutely not a problem to have tenths of thousands of pages within a single Opigno instance.
In reply to So every subject would have a by axel
my only concern is maintainability
Sorry for the late answer
Sorry for the late answer
Your idea with taxonomy seems nice.
Regarding the fact to attach questions to one or more lessons, it's perfectly possible as well.
In reply to Sorry for the late answer by axel
Sorry for late response
hello to all of new in opigno
Hi! I'm trying to create a new account
That is very strange. What are the names you are trying?
In reply to Hi PersonalLMS, by James Aparicio
It does not matter what I use James. I get the same error every
If you have that message "Incorrect subdomain" it is because you are adding invalid characters such as ",;." etc
Only 'a' to 'z', 'A' to 'Z', '0' to '9' and '-' are accepted.
That's the problem, James. I'm not using special characters
Uppercase are not allowed.
Sorry for the misleading information.