- Click your name in the top, right corner of the page.
- From the drop-down menu, select Preferences.
- Under User account, click Editor preferences.
- Choose 'TinyMCE HTML editor'.
- Click Save changes.
- You can change this back to the default Atto editor once you have finished inserting images, so that your text will auto-save again.
TinyMCE is a good editor you may be happy to stick with - if you can accommodate its three main drawbacks compared to the default Atto editor:
- TinyMCE won't autosave;
- You need to remember to avoid using H1 and H2 heading tags, as these are already used on the page. Start from Heading 3;
- You can't easily do equations.
It is fine to switch between TinyMCE and Atto as needed.
Meeting the baseline
- 1.1 Present activities and resources in a meaningful, clearly structured and sequenced way - e.g. chronologically or by theme. Typically each Moodle section represents a topic, which may cover one or more weeks of study.
- Use headings - Use Section Headings for each topic area and heading styles within labels, books and pages to maintain consistency across sections and help students see where they are.
- Clearly group and label items within a section - Bring together common elements, use labels to provide common sub-headings across sections to help students navigate.
The Accessibility category suggests that you:
- 7.1 Provide accessible learning resources by ensuring:
How do I insert an image?