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Moodle 2.0 E-Learning Course Development by William Rice

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Adding pages

Under theAdd a resource drop-down menu, select Page to add a Web page to a course. A link to the page that you create will appear on the course's home page.

Moodle's HTML editor

When you add a Page to your course, Moodle displays a Web page editor. This editor is based on an open source web page editor called TinyMCE. You can use this editor to compose a web page for your course. This page can contain almost anything that a web page outside of Moodle can contain.

A full discussion of the editor's features is beyond the scope of this section. Instead, we will examine a few of the key features that are available in Moodle's HTML editor.

Pasting text into a Moodle page

Many times, we prefer to write text in our favorite word processor instead ...

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