User Guides
Create New & Edit Existing Content Pages
Using HTML & Rich-Text
Access courses

To access your courses, either:
• Click “Customize courses” from the Administrator Panel, or
• Select “Man...
Duplicate a course
From the Manage Courses page, under Core Courses, find the course whose
settings you want to modify. Th...
Approve the prompt
When you duplicate a course, you must approve the prompt that reminds you that
copied courses are found...
Find the copied
course
Immediately after duplication, the newly copied course will appear at the bottom of the
Customized ...
Display the lessons
Expand the course by clicking on the text to display all lessons.
Edit the lesson
Click “Edit lesson” next to the lesson whose content you want to modify.
Create a new page…
Click the “Add page” button to add a new, blank content page to the lesson.

The editor will open autom...
…or edit an
existing page
Click “Edit page” next to the content page you want to modify.
Edit in rich text
The rich-text editor loads by default – this is a visual, user-friendly editor.
To modify content in the...
Make your changes
Use the rich-text editor to modify the main text and speech bubbles, add images or
videos, insert tables...
See and save your
changes
For example, you can see an image has been added to this page.
Once you have made your modificat...
Edit in HTML
If you would like to directly modify the HTML of the page instead, click “HTML Editor”
on the top right of th...
Make your changes
in HTML
Modify the code as needed in the HTML editor, then click “Save.”

Preview the changes in the ric...
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ResearchReady - Edit and Create New Pages

  1. 1. User Guides Create New & Edit Existing Content Pages Using HTML & Rich-Text
  2. 2. Access courses To access your courses, either: • Click “Customize courses” from the Administrator Panel, or • Select “Manage Courses” from the drop-down Admin menu.
  3. 3. Duplicate a course From the Manage Courses page, under Core Courses, find the course whose settings you want to modify. Then, click the “Customize Course” button. Note: Lessons within ResearchReady’s Core Courses are locked and their content cannot be changed. In order to edit or create content, you must duplicate a course first.
  4. 4. Approve the prompt When you duplicate a course, you must approve the prompt that reminds you that copied courses are found under the Customized Courses section of the page. Click “OK” to approve this prompt.
  5. 5. Find the copied course Immediately after duplication, the newly copied course will appear at the bottom of the Customized Courses section (temporarily highlighted in yellow).
  6. 6. Display the lessons Expand the course by clicking on the text to display all lessons.
  7. 7. Edit the lesson Click “Edit lesson” next to the lesson whose content you want to modify.
  8. 8. Create a new page… Click the “Add page” button to add a new, blank content page to the lesson. The editor will open automatically (see below). Skip ahead two slides to see how to edit in rich text and HTML.
  9. 9. …or edit an existing page Click “Edit page” next to the content page you want to modify.
  10. 10. Edit in rich text The rich-text editor loads by default – this is a visual, user-friendly editor. To modify content in the rich-text editor, click “Edit” on the bottom right of the page.
  11. 11. Make your changes Use the rich-text editor to modify the main text and speech bubbles, add images or videos, insert tables, change the font color/background and more. Click the buttons along the top to perform these actions.
  12. 12. See and save your changes For example, you can see an image has been added to this page. Once you have made your modifications, click “Save” on the bottom right of the page.
  13. 13. Edit in HTML If you would like to directly modify the HTML of the page instead, click “HTML Editor” on the top right of the page. Then, click the “Edit” button on the bottom right of the page.
  14. 14. Make your changes in HTML Modify the code as needed in the HTML editor, then click “Save.” Preview the changes in the rich-text editor by clicking the “Standard Editor” button.
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