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HTML stands for '''H'''yper '''T'''ext '''M'''arkup '''L'''anguage
  
 
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*[[Wikipedia:HTML|HTML]], along with [[PHP]], [[CSS]] and [[SQL]] is one of the basic web technologies used to build Moodle. It can also be used to create Moodle content, though you do not need to know anything about HTML to use Moodle.
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*[[HTML in Moodle]]
 
*[[HTML block]] - this allows you to add arbitrary HTML to a block at the sides of your Moodle screen
 
*[[HTML block]] - this allows you to add arbitrary HTML to a block at the sides of your Moodle screen
 
*[[HTML editor]] - this allows you to easily create a variety of HTML constructs, for adding color, images, text formatting etc. via a familiar [[Wikipedia:Microsoft Office Word|Word]]-like WYSIWYG interface
 
*[[HTML editor]] - this allows you to easily create a variety of HTML constructs, for adding color, images, text formatting etc. via a familiar [[Wikipedia:Microsoft Office Word|Word]]-like WYSIWYG interface
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*[[Wikipedia:HTML|HTML]], along with [[PHP]], [[CSS]] and [[SQL]] is one of the basic web technologies used to build Moodle. It can also be used to create Moodle content, though you do not need to know anything about HTML to use Moodle.
  
  
 
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Revision as of 08:48, 31 July 2008

HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language

Please choose one of the following:

  • HTML in Moodle
  • HTML block - this allows you to add arbitrary HTML to a block at the sides of your Moodle screen
  • HTML editor - this allows you to easily create a variety of HTML constructs, for adding color, images, text formatting etc. via a familiar Word-like WYSIWYG interface
  • HTML, along with PHP, CSS and SQL is one of the basic web technologies used to build Moodle. It can also be used to create Moodle content, though you do not need to know anything about HTML to use Moodle.


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