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Signed-off-by: default avatarRichard Mansfield <richard.mansfield@catalyst.net.nz>
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<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>
<p>You can add Tags to Artefacts and pages you create within Mahara. Tags allow you add descriptive labels to Artefacts and pages and create an index of Tag classifications.</p>
<p>To associate multiple Tags to an Artefact or Page, 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 Page you are currently creating or editing.</p>
<p>Using <b>Search My Portfolio</b> you can find all of the Artefacts and pages you have associated with a particular Tag, thereby creating a filing system or index for your portfolio.</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>
<p>You can add Tags to Artefacts and pages you create within Mahara. Tags allow you add descriptive labels to Artefacts and pages and create an index of Tag classifications.</p>
<p>To associate multiple Tags to an Artefact or Page, 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 Page you are currently creating or editing.</p>
<p>Using <b>Search My Portfolio</b> you can find all of the Artefacts and pages you have associated with a particular Tag, thereby creating a filing system or index for your portfolio.</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>You can add Tags to Artefacts and pages you create within Mahara. Tags allow you add descriptive labels to Artefacts and pages 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>
<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 Page you are currently creating or editing.</p>
<p>Using <b>Search My Portfolio</b> you can find all of the Artefacts and pages you have associated with a particular Tag, thereby creating a filing system or index for your portfolio.</p>
<h3>Blogs</h3>
<p>A blog is a journal-like tool that allows you to record your thoughts and experiences.</p>
<p>By default, your blogs can only be seen by you. By adding a blog to a view that is shared with others you can allow people to read it and post comments.</p>
<p>By default, your blogs can only be seen by you. By adding a blog to a page that is shared with others you can allow people to read it and post comments.</p>
<p>You can have as many different blogs as you want.</p>
<h3>View Blog</h3>
<p>This page displays both draft and published posts. The draft posts appear above the published posts.</p>
<p>A draft post cannot be added to a view for others to see.</p>
<p>A draft post cannot be added to a page for others to see.</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>
<p>You can add Tags to Artefacts and pages you create within Mahara. Tags allow you add descriptive labels to Artefacts and pages and create an index of Tag classifications.</p>
<p>To associate multiple Tags to an Artefact or Page, 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 Page you are currently creating or editing.</p>
<p>Using <b>Search My Portfolio</b> you can find all of the Artefacts and pages you have associated with a particular Tag, thereby creating a filing system or index for your portfolio.</p>
<h3>Plugin Administration</h3>
<p>Those profile fields marked as Mandatory must be included in a user account creation CSV file or populated by the user once they complete registration on the site. </p>
<p>Those profile fields marked as Public will be available for all logged in users to search upon and view within another user’s public profile area.</p>
<p>Those profile fields marked as Public will be available for all logged in users to search upon and page within another user’s public profile area.</p>
<h3>Show controls to add and remove columns when editing a view</h3>
<p>You can choose to display a row with buttons <img src="/theme/raw/static/images/btn_addcolumn_left.png" alt="add"> <img src="/theme/raw/static/images/btn_removecolumn.png" alt="remove"> in Edit View. These buttons add and remove columns from that view.</p>
<p>Even if not enabled, you can change the number of columns for your view on the view layout page.</p>
<p>You can choose to display a row with buttons <img src="/theme/raw/static/images/btn_addcolumn_left.png" alt="add"> <img src="/theme/raw/static/images/btn_removecolumn.png" alt="remove"> in Edit Page. These buttons add and remove columns from that page.</p>
<p>Even if not enabled, you can change the number of columns for your page on the Page layout section.</p>
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<h4>Course Groups</h4>
<p>Course groups are a special type of group which can only be created by Administrators and Staff of the site.</p>
<p>Course groups can contain tutors as well as ordinary members. All members of course groups can submit their Views to the group for assessment by tutors. When tutors give feedback on a submitted View, they can also attach a file to the feedback which is only visible to the View's author.</p>
<p>Course groups can contain tutors as well as ordinary members. All members of course groups can submit their pages to the group for assessment by tutors. When tutors give feedback on a submitted page, they can also attach a file to the feedback which is only visible to the page's author.</p>
<p>There are two types of Course groups:</p>
<h6>Course: Request Membership</h6>
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<h4>Course Groups</h4>
<p>Course groups are a special type of group which can only be created by Administrators and Staff of the site.</p>
<p>Course groups can contain tutors as well as ordinary members. All members of course groups can submit their Views to the group for assessment by tutors. When tutors give feedback on a submitted View, they can also attach a file to the feedback which is only visible to the View's author.</p>
<p>Course groups can contain tutors as well as ordinary members. All members of course groups can submit their pages to the group for assessment by tutors. When tutors give feedback on a submitted page, they can also attach a file to the feedback which is only visible to the page's author.</p>
<p>There are two types of Course groups:</p>
<h6>Course: Request Membership</h6>
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<h3>Tags</h3>
<p>You can add tags to views you create. Tags are labels or keywords that you can use to classify and search for views.</p>
<p>Clicking on <strong>Show my tags</strong> will generate a list of the tags you have previously used and the number of items they have been applied to. 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>
<p>Clicking on <strong>Show my tags</strong> will generate a list of the tags you have previously used and the number of items they have been applied to. 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 page with this tag.</p>
<h3>Artefact view inactivity time</h3>
<p>The Artefact view inactivity option allows you to specify the period of inactivity after which a View or Artefact will be considered inactive. This time may be specified in Days, Weeks, Months, Years or No End Date may be selected where inactivity will not be identified.</p>
<p>The Artefact view inactivity option allows you to specify the period of inactivity after which a page or Artefact will be considered inactive. This time may be specified in Days, Weeks, Months, Years or No End Date may be selected where inactivity will not be identified.</p>
<h3>Embedded content: Trusted sites</h3>
<p>In order to guard against malicious code from other sites, &lt;object&gt; and &lt;embed&gt; are normally filtered out of HTML content before it is displayed. This setting allows users to take embed code generated by a few specific sites and paste it directly into their Views.</p>
<p>In order to guard against malicious code from other sites, &lt;object&gt; and &lt;embed&gt; are normally filtered out of HTML content before it is displayed. This setting allows users to take embed code generated by a few specific sites and paste it directly into their pages.</p>
<h3>Admin Users</h3>
<p>Admin access allows a user to do anything and go anywhere on the site. Administrators cannot directly see any user's Views, although they can log in as other users to do this if necessary.Site Administrator is the top role on the site - be careful who you trust with it!</p>
<p>Admin access allows a user to do anything and go anywhere on the site. Administrators cannot directly see any user's pages, although they can log in as other users to do this if necessary.Site Administrator is the top role on the site - be careful who you trust with it!</p>
<p>To assign a user Admin access, select them from the list of Potential Admins and use the right arrow button to move them to the Current Admin list. To remove Admin access from a user, select their name from the Current Admins list and using the left arrow button move them back to the Potential list.</p>
<p>Where there are more than 250 user accounts created on the site you will need to search for a specific user using the search query box. You can also select multiple users at once using Ctrl and Shift select and click.</p>
<p>There must be at least one administrator assigned to the system.</p>
<h3>Collection Access</h3>
<p>All Views within a collection have the same access rights.</p>
<p>All pages within a collection have the same access rights.</p>
<h3>Collection Views</h3>
<p>Here you can add views to your collection and set the order in which they will display in view navigation blocktypes.</p>
<p>When you add a View to your collection, the access permissions attached to the View will be added to the entire collection.</p>
<h3>Collection Pages</h3>
<p>Here you can add pages to your collection and set the order in which they will display in page navigation blocktypes.</p>
<p>When you add a page to your collection, the access permissions attached to the page will be added to the entire collection.</p>
<h3>Edit View</h3>
<p>Designing your View layout enables you to personalise the way in which your resources and information can be displayed. For example if you wish to display only one of your Blog posts, click on the Blogs tab, then drag the Blog Post block into your View area. Remember to click Save as you add new elements to your View.</p>
<p>As you build up the content of your layout you can check on how it will look by clicking on 'Display my View'. Click on 'Back to create my View' to continue editing.</p>
<h3>Edit Page</h3>
<p>Designing your page layout enables you to personalise the way in which your resources and information can be displayed. For example if you wish to display only one of your Blog posts, click on the Blogs tab, then drag the Blog Post block into your page area. Remember to click Save as you add new elements to your page.</p>
<p>As you build up the content of your layout you can check on how it will look by clicking on 'Display my page'. Click on 'Back to create my page' to continue editing.</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>
<h3>Page Details</h3>
<p>Here you may give your page a title and description, to give people an idea of what your page is about.</p>
<p>You may also tag your page, to make it easier to find when you search your portfolio. If you tag a page with the word "profile", then it will appear in your sidebar, making it easy for you to reach from anywhere in the system.</p>
<h3>Edit View Access</h3>
<p>You can control who has access to your View, and when. By default, only you can see your View. You can share your view with the Public, Logged in Users, or your Friends by clicking the appropriate Add button. You can also assign access to individual Groups or Users by using the search tool.</p>
<p>Access dates can be specified, allowing you to make your View available for a specified period such as a course year, a project timeline, or even for one day. All dates are optional. Individual users can be granted access by multiple access rules.</p>
<p><strong>Example:</strong> Nigel is in the group "The Coolpeople's Club". If you allow him to access your View today, and allow The Coolpeople's Club to access your View tomorrow, he will be able to access the view on both days.</p>
<h3>Edit Page Access</h3>
<p>You can control who has access to your page, and when. By default, only you can see your page. You can share your page with the Public, Logged in Users, or your Friends by clicking the appropriate Add button. You can also assign access to individual Groups or Users by using the search tool.</p>
<p>Access dates can be specified, allowing you to make your page available for a specified period such as a course year, a project timeline, or even for one day. All dates are optional. Individual users can be granted access by multiple access rules.</p>
<p><strong>Example:</strong> Nigel is in the group "The Coolpeople's Club". If you allow him to access your page today, and allow The Coolpeople's Club to access your page tomorrow, he will be able to access the page on both days.</p>
<h3>Secret URL</h3>
<p>If you don't want everyone to be able to see your View, but you
<p>If you don't want everyone to be able to see your page, but you
would like to show it to a few people who are not registered on this
site, then you can make your View visible to the public through a
site, then you can make your page visible to the public through a
special link which is difficult to guess. You can let your friends
know about your View by pasting the link into an email.</p>
know about your page by pasting the link into an email.</p>
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