You can embed Knowbly™ content in Microsoft Sharepoint
You can embed a Knowbly widget directly onto a Google Sites page.
- In Knowbly, choose a widget you’d like to publish from the Content Manager. Hit the 3 dot option menu in the upper right of the widget tile, and choose the publish arrow.
- The publishing window will open. Select the Embed tab at the top. Then either select the portion of the embed code containing only the URL pointed to by the src tag, or the complete embed code fragment. For example, if the embed code is the following:
<iframe width="840" height="730" src="https://embed.knowblyapp.com/embed/accordion/5b6c99206060160007af4494" ></iframe>
You can copy just the portion with the URL, which from the above example would be:
Or you can copy the entire code fragment with the <iframe> included.
- In Sharepoint, go to the page you wish to embed the widget on and click on the + to add a new part to the page, and then select “Embed”.
- In the resulting region, paste the embed code you copied earlier for the widget.
If you receive a message that “Embedding content from this website isn't allowed”, the Knowbly URL can be added by doing the following:
- Go to Sharepoint settings and select “Site Information”.
In the next panel, select “View all site settings.”
In the next panel, select “HTML Field Security” and then add “embed.knowblyapp.com” to the list of sites from which embed are allowed, and click on “Ok”.
After publishing or republishing the page, the embedded widget should now be visible.
Add a Course to Sharepoint
Any Web Standard course can be linked to from Microsoft Sharepoint if it is hosted on the Internet. First, export your course as Web Standard and host it at some URL. Either create a new sharepoint site or edit the page of an existing Sharepoint site.
Select edit to edit the page you want to add a link element to and add a new section, and select “Link”.
Enter the URL to the hosted course you wish to add a link for and then click on Publish or Republish to make the page active. The hosted course will pop up in a new browser window when a user clicks on the link to it.