Note: To complete these procedures, you must be assigned a role having the necessary permissions. To determine your role, follow the directions in Participant roles. For a basic understanding of roles and permissions, see Permissions and roles: Overview.
Note: This feature does not work with Safari.
To create and display an HTML page in your Resources area:
Create HTML Page.
Note: Pasting text from Microsoft Word directly into
the WYSIWYG editor may result in garbled output, even if the text
appears correct in the editor. Instead, to insert formatted text from
a Word document, click the
Paste from Word icon, and paste
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Paste from Word in
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Use copyright below, a text box will appear in which you can add information about the copyright.
Display copyright alert and require acknowledgment when accessed by others. This option will require users to agree to the copyright terms to view the resource. To see the alert, click
what's this?. You cannot edit this alert.
Only members of this site can see this file. (This option is not available if the folder to which you're adding the resource is publicly viewable.)
This file is publicly viewable. (This option is not available if the folder to which you're adding the resource is publicly viewable.)
Display this file to selected groups only., and then select the group(s) that should have access. (This option does not appear if you don't have any groups in your site; for more, see Managing groups.)
Optional properties. You can then add information to the following fields:
To edit the name, description, copyright status, or availability
and access settings for an HTML page, from the
next to your page's name, click
Edit Details. Make your
changes, and then click
Update to save them.
To update the content of an HTML page, from the
menu next to your page's name, click
Edit Content. Make your
change, and then click