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  1. We would like to create a widget for displaying achievement point totals/leaderboards in a similar format to PictoChart (Which we currently manually update via google sheets). The information is available in SIMS so it would save schools time and effort and be an excellent way for students to engage with Frog. I have pasted a copy of the points page (with PiktoCharts) to help describe what we are after. They are also nicely animated! Does anyone have the skills to be able to attempt something in Frog Academy?
  2. Sue Busher


    Hi We use SIMS and cover lists are generated as HTML files. We used to be able to pull this into Frog 3 via Frog web, but can't do that any longer. It was suggested that I created a file drop and dragged and dropped the HTML files into it, placing an HTML widget above it and asking it to displace the files in file drop. Done that, and it works.... BUT the files, whilst dated chronologically don't display that way. eg 160916, 170916, 180916, 200916, 210916, 220916 display as 200916, 210916, 220916, 160916, 170916, 180916 which is really frustrating. Does anyone have any HTML code I can add in that woud fix the order in which it is shown? <div id="coverpage"></div> <script type="text/javascript"> var baseURL = Frog.Utilities.getBaseUrl(), // Change fileDropUuid to the UUID of your file drop widget fileDropUuid = '70BDB7422002874EC49D5FBFB7EEAC03C6C22C9CB651A4D8'; Frog.Model .api('filedrop.get', { filedrop: fileDropUuid }).done(function(filesResponse) { var $fileList = $('#coverpage'); filesResponse.data.resources.forEach(function(file, index) { // Check whether the file is one of these filetypes; Want to add more? Add to the array if (['html','htm'].indexOf(file.file.ext.toLowerCase()) > -1) { console.log(file); // This only runs when you have uncommented the the HTML code above // This code adds file names to the ul#filelist $fileList.append( '<iframe width="800" height="300" style="margin-left:auto; margin-right:auto;" src="'+ baseURL + '/app/file/resource/' + file.file.uuid + '.' + file.file.ext + '"></iframe>' ); } }); }); </script> OR Anyone got a better way of doing this? I am not popular with the teaching staff at the moment
  3. Hi, Could someone please let me know the recommended size for the Frog Learn login background image so that I can work on a design suitable for my school? Thanks Aimée
  4. Does anyone have any experience with bring these across into Frog Learn (which I understand aren't supported)? I've tried a link on previous posts but it doesn't work anymore. I am under a lot of pressure to get this sorted to :(, so any help gratefully received.
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