In fact, I made these pages long long ago (2005! :-)). Too long for me
to remember how I did it. Sorry for this. I'll test mine again and
tell you more.
But, as bee and vance suggested, we can now embed HP into blog and
wiki. These are also ready-made for us (though we didn't make them!).
I'll try too.
--- In email@example.com
, "Michael Marzio"
> Ney Long,
> Being a Hot Potatoes fan myself, I just wanted to tell you that the
> audio file doesn't play for me, maybe it's my fault, but I thought I
> should tell you just in case.
> I also have an important question: when you insert your quizzes into
> your "already-made web pages", can you still get the htm to validate
> <http://validator.w3.org/> ?
> In fact, I just tested your
> and it shows 184 errors.
> Do you ever succeed in getting valid HP pages within your own pages?
> Martin convinced me a long time ago of the importance of W3C
> validation, but I sometimes wonder how important it really is. What's
> your opinion?
> I spent many weeks experimenting with my HP exos embedded in my own web
> pages, and never succeeded in making them valid.
> Finally, there is a possibility that the lack of validation is
> responsible for your video file not playing (??). Just a thought.
> Best wishes,
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "lewirgo" <lewirgo@>
> > Hi,
> > Everyone may have known what Hot Potatoes can support in creating
> > web-based quizzes. More than that, it also allows us to embed the
> > quizzes into our already-made web pages. This is what I have done long
> > ago: http://vanlong.sky.prohosting.com/PCClassComprehesion.htm.
> > However, I doubt if we can embed those to blog or wiki.
> > Long