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==I  have a folder with linked files in. How do I display it on Moodle?==
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*If you have a folder with linked files such as a website with an index.html file or a flash activity with xml/swf and index file then you use the [[File |file]] resource instead of the [[Folder| folder]] resource.
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*Select "file" from "Add a resource".
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*Follow the instructions for  [[Folder| uploading a folder from your computer here]]. (Note:You can upload zipped folders to the [[File| file]] module.
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*Click on the name of your unzipped folder to get inside it.
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*Click the icon to the right of your index.html file or the file you want to start displaying your linked files from
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*Click "set main file" This ensures this file is the one that appears on the course page for students to click on.
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[[File:Setmainfile.png]]
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*Click "Save and return to course".

Revision as of 15:04, 11 August 2011

Please refer to these notes before editing this page.

I have a folder with linked files in. How do I display it on Moodle?

  • If you have a folder with linked files such as a website with an index.html file or a flash activity with xml/swf and index file then you use the file resource instead of the folder resource.
  • Select "file" from "Add a resource".
  • Follow the instructions for uploading a folder from your computer here. (Note:You can upload zipped folders to the file module.
  • Click on the name of your unzipped folder to get inside it.
  • Click the icon to the right of your index.html file or the file you want to start displaying your linked files from
  • Click "set main file" This ensures this file is the one that appears on the course page for students to click on.

Setmainfile.png

  • Click "Save and return to course".