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Blogs

To start blogging just add the 'Live Blog' Module to your web page. The directions come with it and everything you see on this page comes with it.  Good idea to set aside one page just for blogging.

Click here for the guide

Talkin' Tech (Live Blog Example)

Talkin Tech

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(DNN Tech that is!)


SpeedyApp Responsive Tabs 2

Are you looking for a way to create your own custom colored tabs on your school website?  SpeedyApp Responsive Tabs 2 may be your answer.  If you are interested please send an email to the webteam@ops.org to let them know to add it to your site.  Video and guide can be found on TechHub.

Tech Tune-Up!

Just added a new series called "Tech Tune-Up!"  The videos are short and walk the user through registering on the web page, logging in, what to do if their page does not look like the examples found on the video, and who to contact for help.  Helpful advice is given through-out each video.  More will be added soon!

Knowledge Base

Knowledge Base is a way for you to search for specific information.  We have added videos and guides to Knowledge Base to make it much easier and you do not need to log in to utilize this feature.  In the future 'Live Chat' will be available and you will be able to submit your own tickets for help.  Knowledge Base is pretty amazing.

Creating a Banner

DNN has a new module called WSC_Banner!  This works wonderful for creating a banner for the school web page, or even for an individual teacher's web page on the site.  With the use of PowerPoint an individual can create a slide with information on it, save as a jpeg, and then resize to the dimensions of the WSC banner that is set by the user within the WSC module.  Very quick and easy to set up on your site!

Tables & HTML Module

Creating tables with the new DNN 7 allows many options.  For example take a look at Monroe Middle School and look under 'Homework.'  They have created tables for teachers to place homework assignments in.  So now the parents and students have a place to refer to.  Great job Monroe!  If you would like more information on using tables please see the HTML web page and look for the tab called 'Tables', or email for help. (debra.wilson@ops.org)