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Avendoo® Move is an author tool within Avendoo® and is designed for structuring individual pages with so-called Moves. You can create without programing know-how simply via drag and drop or via click and simple operating elements high quality responsive layout.

Drag simply with pressed mouse button the appropriate elements from the bar above to the desktop and drop them. Also you can insert the elements via click on the menu items. If you want to delete the appropriate element, click on the recycle bin icon on the right side of the appropriate content. Furthermore there is a Preview function.

It depends on the number of your Move packages in the system, which Moves are available for you. The Moves of the Starter Edition are for free (see below).

You can buy further packages in future additionally to the Moves of the Starter Edition. You get in the Interaction package for example the interactive Moves Lightbox, Image comparison and the text Move Speech bubble.

You see only Moves from other packages, if the license includes the package.

Frontend users and authors can save single Moves as templates when they edit pages with Avendoo® Move. Therefore only structure rebuilt Move can be used, the Single Multiple Choice Move for example. Further Moves will follow for rebuilding.
Users and authors can select the system wide saved templates in a new selection dialog. Not only the own templates, also the system and company templates are available in the dialog window under the menu Administration.
Note that this feature is hidden in the edit process in Move by initial. If required it can be shown. Therefore contact our support team.


– The editor in Avendoo® Move is different regarding the function volume if we compare with the HTML editor. You can embed in the editor of Avendoo® Move no videos and iFrames via the editor for example. But there are appropriate Moves available – local and external videos.
– To design own learning paths via Learning path API, a further JavaScript function can be invoked on the course main and info page and the corresponding Move wizard.
For further information please contact our support team.

Move is continously developed and improved. If you find errors or have some ideas for improvement, we feel happy about a message to our support team. Many thanks!

Move is currently in the following wizards as integrated wizard available (except the Instructional material wizard):

Open Move

You can open Avendoo® Move by clicking the +tile in the corresponding wizard, for example the tab Info page in the Course wizard (see first screenshot). Then the Move editor opens integrated on the corresponding tab of the corresponding wizard.

Only in the Instructional material wizard you click the button Move on the tab Content editor. Then the Move editor opens in a new dialog window (see second screenshot).

Text editing

You can edit and format text directly in the single moves. If you click the text, the editor for various formatting opens.


You can edit and adjust the design of the Moves in the editor. To open the editor, click on the pencil icon, which appears at moving the mouse pointer over the elements. The configurations depend on the single Move.

Some common configurations like Inner padding or Animations are available in almost all Moves. If you use the Move Text on background, you can adjust via this dialog window the background picture and the color overlay.


You can show the elements as a whole in the preview. Finally you can close the editor and save your changes via clicking the button Apply and close. Then the instructional material has also to be saved.

Moves of the Starter Edition and the Interaction package

The following Moves belong to the Starter Edition:

The following Moves belong to the Interaction package:

The Moves of the Interaction package bring new impulses to the design of your learning content and enhances the basic functions for any number of authors. If you’re interested, feel free to contact us.

Generally, you can define on each Move element, if this element should be shown depending on display size (Desktop, Tablet or Smartphone). Additionally, you can define per Move element on the End page of the knowledge test, if this element should be shown, when the knowledge has been passed or failed.