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Moodle E-Learning Course Development - Third Edition by William Rice

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Adding pages

Moodle enables you to compose a web page and add it to your course. The page that you add, will be created and stored in your Moodle site.

When you add a page to your course, Moodle displays a text editor. Using this editor, you can put almost anything onto the Moodle web page that a normal web page can contain.

A link to the page that you create will appear on the course's home page.

If you can use a basic word processor, you can use most of the web page editor's features. 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 available in Moodle's HTML editor.

Adding a page to your course

To add a page to your course follow the given steps:

  1. In the topic or the ...

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