Commit 6f4a34a0 authored by Nigel McNie's avatar Nigel McNie
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Cleaned up the help for create view step one. There is now less of it and what...

Cleaned up the help for create view step one. There is now less of it and what is there is worded better.
parent 33c78625
<h3>View Description</h3>
<p>
An optional description of your View that all users with access will be able to read.</p>
<h3>Name Display Format</h3>
<p>Select how your name is displayed in the View author area.</p>
<h3>Access Start Date/Time</h3>
<p>You can chose the date and time you want your View to become accessible to those Communities and Individuals you select in View Creation Step 4.</p>
<p>You can either enter in the date and time using the below format or use the Calendar to select your desired Access Start Date.</p>
<h4>Date and Time Format</h4>
<p>
Enter in the Access Start Date using the format: <br>
YYYY/MM/DD TT:TT <br>
(Year/Month/Day Hour: Minutes)
</p>
<p>For example: 2006/03/20 08:30</p>
<h4>Calendar</h4>
<p>
Click the &lt;&lt; &gt;&gt; buttons to move through the year list or click
and hold either of the &lt;&lt; &gt;&gt; buttons to open a drop down menu
of available years.
</p>
<p>Click the &lt; &gt; buttons to cycle through the months or click and hold either of the buttons to open a drop down menu of all months</p>
<p>You can also select Today to make the View available as soon as you have completed the setup wizard. </p>
<p>Click on the time fields to move up through the hours and minutes or Shift-click to move down through the hours and minutes. Click and drag your mouse to move increase or decrease the time quickly.</p>
<p>If you do not choose a Start Date it will automatically default to the current time and date.</p>
<h3>Access End Date/Time</h3>
<p>You can chose the date and time you want your View to stop being accessible to those Communities and Individuals you select in View Creation Step 4.</p>
<p>You can either enter in the date and time using the below format or use the Calendar to select your desired Access End Date.</p>
<h4>Date and Time Format</h4>
<p>
Enter in the Access End Date using the format:<br>
YYYY/MM/DD TT:TT<br>
(Year/Month/Day Hour: Minutes)</p>
<p>For example: 2008/12/20 08:30</p>
<h4>Calendar </h4>
<p>
Click the &lt;&lt; &gt;&gt; buttons to move through the year list or click and hold either of the &lt;&lt; &gt;&gt; buttons to open a drop down menu of available years.</p>
<p>Click the &lt; &gt; buttons to cycle through the months or click and hold either of the buttons to open a drop down menu of all months</p>
<p>Click on the time fields to move up through the hours and minutes or Shift-click to move down through the hours and minutes. Click and drag your mouse to move up or down through the time quickly.</p>
<p>If you do not choose an End Date then the system will record no Access End Date.</p>
<h3>Tags</h3>
<p>You can add Tags to Artefacts and Views you create within Mahara. Tags allow you add descriptive labels to Artefacts and Views and create an index of Tag classifications.</p>
<p>To associate multiple Tags to an Artefact or View, separate each Tag entry with a comma. For example – ‘Assessment, Semester 2, Management’.</p>
<p>Clicking on <b>Show my tags</b> will generate a list of those Tags you have previously used within your portfolio and the number of times they have been entered. Clicking on an existing Tag will add it to the Tag list for the Artefact or View you are currently creating or editing.</p>
<p>Using <b>Search My Portfolio</b> you can find all of the Artefacts and Views you have associated with a particular Tag, thereby creating a filing system or index for your portfolio.</p>
<h3>View Title</h3>
<p> The View Title is the name of your View. The Title will display at the top of the View page. A View Title should allow you to easily distinguish between your Views.</p>
<h3>Tags</h3>
<p>You can add tags to views you create. Tags allow you add descriptive labels to views, which you can use to classify and search for them.</p>
<p>To associate multiple tags to a view, separate each tag with a comma. For example – ‘Assessment, Semester 2, Management’.</p>
<p>Clicking on <strong>Show my tags</strong> will generate a list of those tags you have previously used within your portfolio and the number of times they have been entered. Clicking on a tag in this list will add it to the tags for this view, or remove it if you have already tagged the view with this tag.</p>
<h3>Edit View Metadata</h3>
<p>Edit View Metadata involves editing your View's Title, Description, access start and finish dates.</p>
<h3>View Details</h3>
<p>Here you may give your view a title and description, to give people an idea of what your view is about.</p>
<p>You may also tag your view, to make it easier to find when you search your portfolio. If you tag a view with the word "profile", then it will appear in your sidebar, making it easy for you to reach from anywhere in the system.</p>
......@@ -95,7 +95,6 @@ $editview = pieform(array(
'title' => get_string('title','view'),
'defaultvalue' => isset($view) ? $view->get('title') : null,
'rules' => array( 'required' => true ),
'help' => true,
),
'description' => array(
'type' => 'wysiwyg',
......@@ -103,14 +102,13 @@ $editview = pieform(array(
'rows' => 10,
'cols' => 70,
'defaultvalue' => isset($view) ? $view->get('description') : null,
'help' => true,
),
'tags' => array(
'type' => 'tags',
'title' => get_string('tags'),
'description' => get_string('tagsdescprofile'),
'defaultvalue' => isset($view) ? $view->get('tags') : null,
'help' => true,
'help' => true,
),
'ownerformat' => array(
'type' => 'select',
......@@ -119,7 +117,6 @@ $editview = pieform(array(
'options' => $ownerformatoptions,
'defaultvalue' => isset($view) ? $view->get('ownerformat') : FORMAT_NAME_DISPLAYNAME,
'rules' => array('required' => true),
'help' => true,
),
'submit' => array(
'type' => 'submitcancel',
......
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