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Html editor

  1. 1. 1. Choose from nine different fonts 13. Insert smiley2. Front size from 8 to 36 14. Insert table3. Heading format and size 15. Insert image4. Select your language (unnecessary) 16. Insert web link, remove link, prevent5. Bold, italic, underline, strike automatic linking6. Subscripts and superscripts for numbers 17. Create anchor7. Clean Word HTML 18. Horizontal rule8. Redo, undo 19. Background color, font color9. Enlarge editor 20. Increase indent, decrease indent10. Toggle HTML source 21. Bulleted list, ordered list11. Search and replace 22. Direction from left to right, from right to12. Insert special characters left 23. Paragraph justification
  2. 2. Clean Word HTMLThe clean Word button removes some Wordformatting from your pasted text so that thepage is smaller, less complex and thus loadsfaster. The Microsoft Office HTML Filter 2.0removes all Word code from HTML file farmore effectively for Office 2000. This filter isalready built into office in Microsoft OfficeXP onwards.
  3. 3. Enlarge EditorSome Moodle applications need space dependingon the amount of material added. This allows alarger pop-up widow, making it easier to see all ofthe content.
  4. 4. Toggle HTML SourceThe button changes the display window to raw HTML code.This can be useful for those of you that know how to use it(or want to learn!). Most of the buttons do not work in thisview, including many of the hotkeys. This is where youwould embed your own (or found) HTML code.
  5. 5. Search and ReplaceSearch for a specific word or phrase inyour text and replace all occurrences ofthat word or phrase with your choice.
  6. 6. Insert Special Characters
  7. 7. Insert Smiley
  8. 8. Insert ImageA pop-up window will display your files stored onyour Moodle course and allow you to uploadimages into your files database to be used for thatdesired application. Notice you can use an imageURL. (Alternate text for image is required)
  9. 9. Insert web link, removelink, prevent automaticallylinkingNot only can you insert or remove a hyperlink, butyou can prevent auto-linking to text that wouldnormally create its own link – i.e. mywebsite.com
  10. 10. Create AnchorAn anchor will allow you to repeat the same hyperlink to specific text

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