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  1. I've made some improvements to the code as there were some inconsistencies with parts, like colours. Plus I've added more lights to cover larger screens and made it so a horizontal scrollbar doesn't appear when the content goes off the page @Graham Quince - for info <style> .ui-theme-basicnavigation-wrapmain {overflow-x: hidden;} body { background: #000; } .lightrope { text-align: center; white-space: nowrap; overflow: hidden; position: absolute; top: -65px; left: -660px; z-index: 1; margin: 0 0 0 0; padding: 0; pointer-events: non
  2. I couldn't decide on a single background for a page theme, so here's some simple code that'll allow random backgrounds on different page visits. (or refresh). Thought it might be useful for someone, improve and adapt it to your needs :-) <script type="text/javascript"> <!--Find the path to your images under site assets by using the Inspect feature on a browser. /file/asset/...--> var images = ['image_1_path', 'image_2_path']; <!--Find class name for the div that holds your background, may differ template to template. Put in below brackets--> document.getElem
  3. No surprise that the coding legend @pconkie comes to the rescue, haha. Thank you very much, awesome. Thought this would be nice, bringing some cheer to our users at the end of THIS year. I’ve tweaked the colours (to red, green, yellow) and position properties to expand over the whole page width (otherwise it’s limited to containing layout box) and works out well at lest for the template used. Results in image and tweaked code below. <style> body { background: #000; } .lightrope { text-align: center; white-space: nowrap; overflow: hidden; position: absolute; top:
  4. Hi All I've tried tweaking it to fit the Frog platform but I'm having no luck making it work. Any ideas would be awesome! https://codemyui.com/christmas-lights-pure-css/ <ul class="lightrope"> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> <li></li> &
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    Site Timeline Error

    Smashing, many thanks!
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    Site Timeline Error

    Hi All Just wondering if you have come across this error with the Site Timeline widget. "Sorry, something went wrong" (image attached) No content loads in the widget, happens on existing sites and newly created pages/sites with the Site Timeline widget on it. Cheers 😁
  7. Thanks Graham. I suspected a full html solution would be the only way (for now). Was hoping to make a nested page that could be put on a page with any video in the widget, for staff who don't know html could just drop it on not worrying about the code. That's cool though, I definitely will use it for digital signage.
  8. Is there a bit of html I can add to a page to autoplay videos in the Media widget on page load? Many thanks Sean
  9. Would it be possible to have a hide/minimise button on the top bar of site/app windows? It could go next to the close 'x' button, possibly have a minus symbol and maybe have a little animation shrinking the window into the Quick Lunch to show where it's hiding to. Alternatively, flash/jiggle/highlight the Quick Lunch icon. It would have the same function as pressing the 'h' key, (or clicking the Frog Head). This would be real nice for less advanced users.
  10. ahh, easy as mince pie, thank you good sir.
  11. What about publisher files not being supported at all? (Maybe it's been explained and I missed it) Just need a little old download NOT PREVIEW (Network Files widget and in FrogDrive) Happy New Year!
  12. Great Code. I'm looking into adding a little bit of sway to the snowflakes as they drop. Anyone on the (snow) ball who could help? Thanks
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    HTML files

    Thanks @Graham Quince that's great. Sign me up! A working a example of SCORM in FrogLearn would seal the deal of turning off Frog3, it's our last puzzle piece.
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    HTML files

    Could this be a solution to scorm packages? If we extract the files (.swf, .html, .js, .xsd, .xml) and put them in the file store, we should be able to change link paths and embed into FrogLearn right?
  15. Hi Natasha Welcome. If you need the images to cycle through automatically, I think the best thing is to use the 'Image Carousel' widget. The widget displays photos which have been sent to the site's timeline. When you place this widget on your page there is an option to show images with specific tags, if you wish to control certain images displayed, leave blank to show all. You can send an image from FrogDrive to a site, click on the file, then the gear icon at the top right of the FrogDrive window, and choose 'Send Copy to...' Start typing the site's name in the 'Where to send
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