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  2. @Sean_M That looks brilliant! I'm sorry, I've not replied before (using up leave)
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  4. You’ve done the tree, now it’s time to decorate your Frog with some festive trimmings. View the full article
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  6. Hello I've been using a bit of html, that reveals content on click, for a while as information blocks around the platform. But had an idea of a digital advent calendar where it reveals a prize. Video demo attached and code is below (will need tweaking for your platform, e.g. host and change file paths to images). You could have just one widget and update it each day, or set up a page with 25 and use rules to reveal the new one each day. <style> details { border: 2px solid #dc1f12; padding: 0.3em 0.3em 0; border-radius: 8px; font-size: 12pt; color:black; background-color:#dc1f12; font-family: Arial, sans-serif; text-align:center; } summary { font-weight: bold; margin: -0.3em -.3em 0em -.35em; padding: 0em; padding-left: .7em; color:black; text-align:center; background-color:#dc1f12; border-radius: 4px 4px 4px 4px; font-size: 13pt; } details[open] { padding: .3em; background-color:green; } details[open] summary { border-bottom: 2px solid #dc1f12; margin-bottom: .3em; border-radius: 4px 4px 0px 0px; } summary::marker { color:#dc1f12; visibility:collapse; } </style> <details> <summary title="Advent Calendar"> <br>Advent Calendar<br><img src="https://cwmtawefrog.npted.org/app/file/resource/32AC383320030A17EDDF0F6BA97E2D09966982CCCFD813B3.png" style="height:40px; width:40px;"><br>[click to reveal #1]</summary> <br><img src="https://cwmtawefrog.npted.org/app/file/resource/38E18D3D200306FB84273F883CDFE20208D1524C4913B76A" style="height:140px; width:140px;"> <P>You got some chocolate!</P> </details> 2022-11-30 11-44-52.mkv
  7. Think you know forms, think again! Over the last couple of years, we’ve greatly improved the functionality of forms to provide you with more options such as... View the full article
  8. I've not heard of Badgr myself, but in terms of according badges: I worked with Collegiate School to use ePortfolios, Timelines and the Send Image To... function to create a tool to allow teachers to award badges. Gosforth Junior made their own certificate system, where teachers submitted students for a certificate and once a week, those students were added to a group which displayed them Separate to Gosforth Junior, Gosforth Academy ( @ADT ) use Groups and Rules to display Praise awards (Gold, Silver, Bronze etc...) to students based on their points. So there's quite a few ways to approach this. Would it be worth setting up a chat?
  9. Hi, Does anyone here use Badgr, (or any other badging schemes) and is it possible to integrate this into Frog?
  10. As we’re already a few weeks into the new school year, there will no doubt be new planning and prep to get ready and the Frog Family is here to help once again. View the full article
  11. Afternoon... So not sure how many of you use SIMs and Frog.... there is an issue that sometimes crops up!! When there is a clash on the timetable we can select in SIMs which is the "favoured" lesson! This is not picked up on Frog so students sometimes have lessons on Frog that they shouldn't be attending and the correct lesson not showing! It seam's there was a attempt to get this sorted a number of years ago.... but if you could put your weight behind it please do!! Thanks https://ideas.frogcommunity.com/ideas/FRG-I-423
  12. We all know how important quality cover lessons are for students to ensure they are getting the best support throughout the year. But when cover is required it's helpful if there iswork available that can assist thesubstitute. View the full article
  13. @gbligh came up with this widget. Greenshaw High uses Google Suite for a lot of their documents, including Shared Drives. This has proven tricky to integrate into Frog, but with this widget, it's a little easier. Copy the sharing link from the document and paste it into the widget. You have to manage all the sharing in Google of course, but at least you can add them to Sites without needing the HTML widget. https://schools.frogeducation.com/frogstore/widget/Google-Embed
  14. That's odd. Can you PM or email me the url and I'll take a look
  15. Thanks for this, the Cookie Notification was still showing when I tested this, I copied the HTML code as it is above, did I perhaps do something wrong?
  16. Provide a list for the logged in student of all their upcoming assignments. This widget mimics the data supplied in MyFrog's Assignments list and the assignment list in the FrogBar. It also responds to the Select User widget, allowing teachers and parents to view a student's homework quickly as a list. You can download or request to have installed the widget from the FrogStore
  17. @Sue Busher I have moved the calendar for you on Staff Dashboard. Let me know if that's alright with you.
  18. Yes, I was going to move so it takes up less space (so under the second column
  19. @Sue Busher is this how you would like it to show?
  20. Everyone loves sharing something they’ve gone all out to complete, especially students. Throughout the year, they'll work hard on creating great examples of work that they're proud of. Whilst their works looks great up on the classroom walls, why not share further? View the full article
  21. @Adam Omelak I am so sorry, I didn't see your response. I would love to get it working on our staff dashboard site (you will see that I have the full key dates one showing at the moment but it is taking too much space, so I would like to use the mini calendar version.
  22. Thank you Graham, I will give both a go and report back. I didn't think to try the Image Carousel app.
  23. Hi Dean, Sorry, I've been away (and hoped someone else would have responded - oh well) We did use to offer a FrogCode widget which was a page changer, unfortunately this stopped working (and I couldn't figure out why). The Image Carousel is probably the best option these days. Add the widget to a page and point it to the site's timeline. Then any image you send to the site will appear. (I'd suggest using PowerPoint to make the slides and the "save as image" option. To hide the cookie warning, something like: <style> .cookie-consent-footer { height: 0% !important; } </style> Should do the trick on an HTML widget on the site.
  24. Apologies for the thread necromancy, but after several years it now appears that Digital Signage was someone else's idea, not mine, and therefore I've got the go ahead on this. I would like to do this with Frog and with as little overheads as possible and avoiding digital signage software if possible. I'm doing ok. I'm using a Windows mini PC that I am going to stick behind a TV to hide it. It boots when powered up at the wall, logs in automatically, and launches Edge in full screen on the digital signage Frog site I've setup. I have two queries. Firstly, is it possible to load the site without the blue 'Cookie Notification' showing? And secondly, is there a better way than using the 'Kiosk' user profile in Windows to get the page to refresh periodically? The Cookie Notification is a pain as the only way I have managed to get the screen to refresh is using the 'Kiosk' profile and this displays a message saying '30 seconds until your browser session refreshes'. When the page refreshes, the cookie notification appears again and takes a good chunk of the screen. I obviously can't be there to click the 'Ok' button whenever I want the screen to refresh. As an aside, I've dabbled with using the shell: startup command and editng the properties in the Edge shortcut to use the 'Kiosk' command to auto launch the digital signage site, and this works, but I can't then use browser add ins, as my original plan was to use a browser add in to automatically refresh the page. I don't code, so I don't know how else to approach this, hopefully one of the sages here can help.
  25. Our fantastic FrogStore's new home is packed with easy-to-use, pre-built resources to make your life easier. View the full article
  26. There are no silly questions.... just questions..... 😜
  27. Remove the lines that end in (4) But make sure your last time includes a comma
  28. How do I hide just the first 2 columns? @Graham Quince
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