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Posted - 06/16/2011 12:59pm
Wrapping text around images
5_1.jpgWrapping text around images is a simple process and is done by adding a couple of simple parameters to the image itself in the Image Manager. Horizontal & Vertical offset (that's the space you want between the image and the copy, and alignment (left, right etc.)

For instance, the image at left has a Horizontal offset of 20px and alignment set to Left, which makes this text appear 20px to the right of the image.

Learn how...



Posted - 06/16/2011 12:57pm
Alerting Visitors of Changes
Did you know that you can alert visitors of changes on your website?

Picture_4.pngFind out how here.

Adding a home page tablet ensures that a visitor's primary attention is focused on one page of information. This means that important events, assignments, activities, etc. will not be overlooked when visitors view your Slate or Teacher page.
You can assign one of your Tablets to be the "Home Page" on your Slate or Teacher Page.  Doing so will present the information of that Tablet above the others, regardless of where it is in the list.

For more information click here.

Posted - 06/16/2011 12:55pm
Emedding YouTube Movies


Did you know that you can embed YouTube movies right on your web page? Click here to find out how.

  





Posted - 06/16/2011 12:53pm
Embedding Google Maps
You can embed Google maps on your web pages very easily.

1.) enter in the location or directions into Google maps that you wish to embed.

2.) Once the location has been found, navigate to the right hand side of the map and click on the "Link" button.
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3.) Select the HTML under the embed instructions.

4.) Select the area on your web page where you want the map to be placed.
5.) Select the movie icon from the editor tool bar. Picture_12.png

6.) Paste the HTML into the embed section.

7.) Click the "save" icon. save_icon.png

Your map should now be on your web page.