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Graham Quince

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  1. The updated Visitor Log sets a new data ref, so it appears to wipe out your old information BUT if you set the data reference to be: page_visit then all the original records return
  2. Hi @Pete Foulkes Upgrading will just update the widget for you, you won't have to worry about editing the sites. When I took at look at the widgets for a couple of Year 7 students, it looks like they have the Rule on them for Admins only, which means they will not load for students or parents. The button is only visible to those with Edit & Manage rights so you don't need to hide the widget. I think you had this last year as well, whichever site was used to create the collection needs to be updated to not have the Rule in place. EDIT - found the original and deleted the
  3. This is a tricky one, because Forms can take a while to load in, generally after the HTML widget. I've had to play around with this on your Frog, search for a site called "Form-based next button" You'll find two pages, one with a form and one called hidden page. I used a text widget to get the page link, then used Inspect to copy the href code. <div style="display: none;" class="pageLink"> <a alt="/frogtrade/form_based_next_button/hidden_page/" data-page-link-cke="/frogtrade/form_based_next_button/hidden_page/" data-cke-saved-href="#" href="#">hidden page</a> </
  4. I reported this as a bug and it looks like its been worked on. Did you get any updates as to when you'll get the fix?
  5. Umm,. the widget lists all the subpages of that page. You don't have any subpages.
  6. Hi @Chay Taking a look at the two sites, it looks like you're trying to use the Text widget's link to page to link to another site, unfortunately you cannot do that, as link to page only works within one site. However, in the Edit panel for each page you can see a direct link to that page. You could use this, with the Web Link option in the Text widget to link to the other site. Graham
  7. Hi Chay, We don't have a widget that does that, but if you add an image to a text widget, you can do this, check out this video: https://www.frogeducation.com/community/training/html-tutorials/css-styling#class
  8. Can you provide a screenshot of the same timetable in SIMS please, but send it to support and we'll get the MIS team to look at it. It might be that SIMS allows for second lessons, which is causing the issue.
  9. That method or Snipping Tool only capture the visible areas on the screen. This chrome extension captures the entire page, including that hidden by the "fold" (off the bottom of the screen)
  10. Hi @ADT I checked with the developers and unless it is configured differently in your SIMS, the timetable widget displays lesson blocks, ordered by their start and end times, not their period names. If Year 10 period one starts at 9:00, but Year 11 period one starts at 9:15, it doesn't make any difference to the timetable. Frog doesn't display period numbers.
  11. Hi folks, Kris in our Design Team is always needing to take screenshots of Frog pages, and if you're reading this, I'm guessing you have struggled to find a convenient solution too. I know I have. He has found this Chrome Extension: https://gofullpage.com/ which does the work for you. All the usual caveats: We have no connection to the company, so you can't blame us if there's an issue
  12. Hi @pdurber, this guide might help with email notifications, at the bottom it talks about steps you can take to check your Frog is sending emails: Email Notifications
  13. The widget is called Site Search And like the title says lets a user text search the site the widget is on. It searches: Page Titles Text widgets Link to File widget titles External Link widget titles And returns a list of page links. https://www.frogeducation.com/community/frogcode/frogcode-showcase/sitesearch
  14. Markbooks are based on your current MIS classes. Once a new academic year starts, the old classes are flagged up as archived and removed from Frog. Viewing markbooks from previous years is possible though. Side Note You can always export your existing markbooks using the Export to CSV option in the Action Cog If last year's groups still exist in Frog, then from the main Markbooks page, use the Year Roller to view last year: If the groups no longer exist, or the students have been removed from those groups, you can still view their assignments by using t
  15. Unfortunately with FrogCode, you have to download and install each time there is an update. The Check for Updates is a bit of a misnomer - in that once upload, you have to select the widget and in the Action Cog choose Update Package. I've just added the latest version of the widget to Frome for you.
  16. If I think back, if you change the data reference to page_visit then you should be able to see previous numbers.
  17. Yes - in the latest version you can alter the data-store reference or you can delete the widget and add a new one.
  18. A while ago, this widget was suggested by one of our schools. The idea is that the Favourites star on sites and the Favourites section in FrogDrive is underused, but if the favourites could be listed on a dashboard, it makes it convenient to use as they were always intended - a set of shortcuts to your most frequently accessed sites: https://www.frogeducation.com/community/frogcode/frogcode-showcase/sitefavourites
  19. Graham Quince

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    I use the Action Button's duplicate page feature if i want to copy a page from one site to another. https://www.frogeducation.com/community/training/widgetguides/a-f/button
  20. Hi, Unfortunately there is no direct export of the AUP, but as the students are immediately returned to the log-in screen. If you were to add the Site Log FrogCode widget to the student dashboard, any students not listed will have not signed the agreement. Having checked with the team, we think it is possible to request an export from the Service Desk, although this is not standard and would need a developer to export from the database.
  21. Hi @pdurber Yes, you can use the User Select widget in this way round too, the individual can be allowed to View their Mentions in the Form's Access Control. There's this video about Access Control that might help: https://www.frogeducation.com/community/training/forms/formsdatasecurityakaaccesscontrol
  22. Hi @pdurber You're welcome, happy to help. To answer your questions, yes, all the visible elements of Frog are accessed through APIs, so it is possible to use a browser's developer console to identify the API and write code to display the information using HTML widgets and/or Frogcode. Of course, it's simple to say, but can be a little tricky to get the final result. I have a tutorial on using Frog's APIs which might be helpful: https://www.frogeducation.com/community/training/html-tutorials/apis Having said that, your idea might be possible using the current widgets. The
  23. It is certainly possible to embed Google Calendars into Frog pages using the HTML widget. Step 1 In Google Calendar, select the calendar you wish to embed, and click on the menu link (three vertical dots) Step 2 Choose the option Settings and sharing Step 3 In the page which opens, scroll down until you see Integrate calendar This section of the Calendar settings provides embed code. Copy this code to your clipboard. Note the customise options, you can choose how the calendar looks and which elements you wish to display. S
  24. The only theme I can think of is the Crystal Theme - to have the menu fixed in place. The Text widget's table settings don't have to be a pixel measure, you can alter this in table properties to be 100% and that way it will be more responsive on smaller screens.
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