• Article Library Pages User Guide

      Article Library Pages are used to group items with similar topics or themes. This page type is useful for organizing items such as sports highlights, newsletters and meeting minutes.

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    • Assignment Pages Help Card

      An Assignment Page is a collection of tasks or assignments. You can add multiple Assignment Pages to your section. Since an Assignment Page is a library page type, you can add multiple assignments to each Assignment Page.

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    • Assignment Pages User Guide

      An Assignment Page is a collection of tasks or assignments. You can add multiple Assignment Pages to your section. Since an Assignment Page is a library page type, you can add multiple assignments to each Assignment Page.

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    • Blogs User Guide

      With the Blogs Premium Enhancement Module, you can post content updates, accept comments, maintain and archive blogs within your website. You can further increase interactivity by sharing blog postings with users through Really Simple Syndication (RSS), which is a web technology that feeds posts made to your website blog to newsreader software or portal websites.

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    • Calendar Workbook

      1. In this workbook you will learn how to add different types of events to your classroom calendar;
      2. Edit events on the calendar;
      3. Navigate the calendar on the website as the visitors to your website will.

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    • File Library Pages User Guide

      File Library Pages allow your website visitors access to a collection of files that they can download. Basic details about each file and instructions for file downloading are also provided. This page type is useful for sharing files such as policies, forms, newsletters, meeting minutes, software updates or art projects.

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    • Flex Pages User Guide

      A Flex Page is essentially a blank slate. Because it has no preset structure, you can be creative with organization and layout.After reading this chapter, you will be able to:
      •Add, edit and delete Flex Page.
      •Add to and change content on a Flex Page.

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    • Forms and Surveys User Guide

      In this User Guide, you will learn how to:
      •Design forms and surveys for your organization.
      •Display forms and surveys on your website for completion by users.
      •Develop and apply styles to enhance the look and feel of the forms and surveys you create.
      •Create and maintain libraries of items (questions) for use on future forms and surveys.
      •Use reports to view and manipulate the data collected in the forms and surveys you created.

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    • Imagery Help Card

      How to Insert an Image, Wrap Text around an Image, Insert an Image onto the Background of a Page, Make an Image a Link and Insert an Accent Image.

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    • Link Library Pages User Guide

      Link Library Pages allow your website visitors access to a collection oclickable links. When your website visitors click on a link on the page, will go to that location. These links can be to a page within your website or to remote websites

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    • Page Types User Guide

      This chapter provides an overview of the different page types available for use within your website. After reading this chapter, you will be able to:
      •Identify the different page types.
      •Know the appropriate use for each page type.

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    • Photo Gallery Help Card

      How to create a new photo gallery, how to add photos to the photo gallery and how to insert a photo gallery into a page.

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    • Podcasts User Guide

      You can easily upload and broadcast audio and video to your website using easy-to-use and step-by-step wizards. You can create podcasts for any number of subjects by simply adding Podcast Page types to your site. Through Podcasts, end-users can download and play a podcast on their computer or on their favorite MP3 player. Users can also subscribe to your podcasts through Real Simple Syndication (RSS) web feeds.

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    • Schoolwires Editor User Guide

      When you add content to your website, you will have access to the Schoolwires Editor. This What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) editor uses functions similar to those found in other text manipulation applications such as Microsoft® Word and Excel®.

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    • Section Editor Help Card

      How to use Site Manager, Calendar and the Schoolwires Editor.

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