Sample blog post
A linked MP3 file.
This example is of an embedded MP3 file. The source audio file is an attachment to the page, hence the ! as wrappers. Note the AUTOPLAY="false" at the end of the link to prevent the audio from starting without user interaction.
This is a Flickr photostream. The url is copied directly from the address bar, with /show/ added to have it auto display the next photo in the stream.
A Flashpaper file (a .swf created from a Word document). Flashpaper is a separate application that converts documents into Flash based documents, comparable to an Adobe Acrobat file. This is slightly different in that the actual .swf document is attached to the page and then linked to.
The blog calendar macro shows a scrollable calendar of all blog posts that have been made.
this is the latest breaking news
Nikki and Mark are glad that you attended today's workshop on Advanced Wikispaces. We hope that you find the information useful and beneficial as you continue to explore and use Penn States Wikispaces tool.
This is a feed of entry titles from a blog. To display the full text of all the items in the feed, delete the last part of the macro - showTitlesOnly=true. To limit the number of items that appear in the feed, insert |max=x where x is the number of items. It will pull the x most recent items into the page.
The survey macro allows for the creation of surveys with multiple questions. In this example, the survey is open to anyone who has access to the page, but they must answer each question to see the summary results. they have opportunity to comment on the question as well.
The choices can be changed from the default 1-5, and can be customized to match the information desired.
The tasklist macro allows the creation of dynamic tasklists that can be added to, edited, prioritized and sorted at any time. The title can be customized as well.
As tasks are completed the gold bar will change to blue from left to right to indicate progress on the overall project.
Web Conference Session Prep
The forums point to a root page for the forum (in this case a page called Forum Index). All of the child pages under Forum Index create the individual forums. The comments to each of the forums provide the "replies" to each forum.
To create a forum for this page, we could use the following:
This would create a new page, a child page of this page, that the user could create the new forum topic from.
Hi there everyone!