Archive for the ‘WYSIWYG Content Editor’ Category

Content Editor Basics

Thursday, April 5th, 2012
The Content Editor, aka MCE (mini content editor) or WYSIWYG (an acronym for “what you see is what you get,” pronounced: wizzy-wig,) is one of the tools you will use most frequently. It is important to understand how it works and I will supply some nifty tips and tricks that will allow you to add content easily and quickly and, most importantly, to make the content look the way you want.

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Adding a Course Link

Thursday, April 5th, 2012
Course links are pulled from the regbook database, and allow students to see current registration information about a class. Course Links are created in a very specific way due to their connection with the RegBook.

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Pasting & Formatting from MS Word/Excel

Wednesday, April 4th, 2012
This tutorial shows you how to copy and paste text from a word document and a plain text document. It also shows a convenient way to remove pesky invisible formatting that is often added when copying and pasting.

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