Course Management 
Fig. 15 
Moodle's built in HTML editor is 
available when adding property 
descriptions and when creating 
new activity resources. Students 
also use the HTML editor during 
coursework. 
Fig. 16 
HTML Editor 
When you are creating your course you will frequently use Moodle's built in HTML editor 
(Fig. 17). Your students will use this tool when responding to Forum posts, making Journal 
entries, creating a Dialogue response and when they use a Wiki. The HTML editor can be 
disabled by the Moodle administrator, but is a useful tool for enriching course content. 
The HTML editor is not as feature rich as a commercial application like Dreamweaver or 
FrontPage, but you can do almost anything these tools can. A button on the tool bar allows 
you to expand the editor to full screen and you can also work directly with code.  
Fig. 17 
Images stored in the course  Files  area can be easily inserted and you can create links to          
resources stored on another server. Hyperlinks and anchor points can also be easily            
inserted into a document. Moodle has built in media filters, discussed in the  Administration 
section of the manual, that allow you to embed Flash,  QuickTime,  MP3  and  Windows             
Media files into the HTML editor so they play directly within the page you create. 
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