A Web Object, simply put, is any content that can be contained in a Web page. Web Objects can be used for inserting existing Web pages into your presentation, thereby allowing you to leverage previously created content. For example, you can integrate your company’s intranet, or incorporate a Web page that contains video, animation, assessments, or any other content relevant to your presentation. You can also insert an entire pre-existing Web site into your presentation.
Web Objects can be displayed in two different ways:
Regardless of which display type you choose, your users will be able to interact with your Web Object just as they would from a Web browser. You can insert only one Web Object per slide. You will be able to view your Web Object when you preview or publish your presentation.
To add a Web Object to your course:
If you choose to display your Web Object in the Articulate Player, a Web Object placeholder will be inserted on your slide. When you preview or publish your Web Object, it will appear where the placeholder is. You may position or resize this placeholder anywhere on the slide that you want your Web Object to appear.
If you choose your Web Object to display in new browser window, no Web Object placeholder will be inserted, but an Internet Explorer icon will be inserted on the bottom right-hand corner of the slide. You can position this icon anywhere on the slide. The icon is for your reference only to indicate that a Web Object has been inserted. It will not appear when you previewed or publish your presentation.
To remove a Web Object from your course:
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