Do you have a favorite Twitter timeline widget for your WordPress site?
November 14, 2013: I have been working on embedding a Twitter timeline in my website today. I have done enough to screw up the metadata code on my site, so I had some meta tag information hanging out at the top of my website for a couple of hours this morning until I figured out where I screwed that up. (I had to go to Settings > Metadata, by the way.) I am very specific about what kind of Twitter timeline I want to put into my site. I want a timeline that updates in real-time, so as I post new Tweets, visitors to my site will see the new Tweets scroll and show up. I tried one that did not update as quickly as I had wanted, so that one has since been deleted. I will keep looking, but need your advice…
Do you have a favorite Twitter feed widget for your WordPress site?Tweet
I wanted to find a way to draw and write on a PDF file just like you would if you had a pen or pencil, in order to use those files digitally with students. I also wanted to find FREE apps for use in the classroom. Here are my findings:
Is it possible to link to a certain part of a webpage in Captivate? I tried linking to a specific part of a webpage today, hoping to keep my students from having to scroll down the page while viewing an Adobe Captivate presentation. There must be a way to tell it to move over a certain number of pixels and then down a certain number of pixels when that page loads within Captivate: something like (100,300), but I am not sure how to add this to my Captivate file.
1. Do I add a variable?
2. Do I add an advanced action?
3. Is it some kind of JQuery script? Can you add something like that to a Captivate file?
4. What would this script look like?
I was able to add an insert Web Object using a widget, but I need more control over how the webpage shows up within my Captivate file. In the end, I added a scroll bar option and the students will need to scroll down the page to view the assignment.Tweet
I successfully added some of Adobe’s Typekit fonts to a course. This meant I had to add those fonts to a site that normally all of our users login in order to access those courses. If you haven’t checked out Adobe Typekit fonts, check them out at: https://typekit.com/ I had been looking for years now at how to easily embed and change the fonts on website I create without adding those fonts to an image and then uploading that image to the site (causing major lag in download time for certain pages). Thank you, Adobe.Tweet