Join Mike Rankin for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding HTML widgets, part of iBooks Author for Teachers: The Basics.
But no matter how you make them, HTML widgets are really cool.…So, let's take a look.…In my geology project, I've added two HTML widgets. Here I have one for the US…Geological Surveys Twitter feed, and if I select it and click on Edit HTML, I can…preview it, and there's the live Twitter feed. Then, down on page 6, I have another…widget that when tapped, will show the Google Map for the Crater of Diamonds…State park in Arkansas, and it even has a tappable point of interest.…
So, let's switch to a different version of this document and see how I created these.…
- Creating and editing layouts
- Setting text preferences
- Working with color and images
- Importing and moving content
- Adding an image gallery widget
- Creating scrolling sidebars and pop-overs
- Incorporating audio and video
- Creating reviews with multiple choice and matching questions
- Sharing iBooks Author projects via email and PDF
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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Graphic Design Foundations: Typographywith Ina Saltz2h 23m Beginner
iBooks Author for Teachers: Creating a Math Lessonwith Mike Rankin54m 18s Intermediate
iBooks Author for Teachers: Creating a Lab Manualwith Mike Rankin44m 42s Appropriate for all
1. Working with Layouts and Pages
2. Working with Text Elements
3. Working with Color and Images
4. Importing and Moving Content
Importing content from a PDF4m 50s
5. Working with Widgets
6. Working with Reviews
7. Sharing iBooks Author Projects
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