A webfolio is a collection of assets brought together to create an e-portfolio presentation. The following five minute videos* from the PebblePad website** explain how to create a webfolio in PebblePad. |Overview |http://pebblepad. co. uk/cs_documentation/webfolio/webfolio. htm | |Creating special pages |http://www. pebblepad. co. uk/help/2. 1. 0/Resources/Movies/SpecialPages/SpecialPages. htm | |(sub-pages) | | *requires version 10 or later of the Adobe Flash Player. ** http://www. pebblepad. co. uk/help/2. 1. 0/ The above videos and resources below are from http://www. pebblepad. co.
uk/help/2. 1. 0/ Creating a Webfolio (from the PebblePad website above) Click the create new button then more and choose webfolio from the menu. In the pad that opens there are areas to add a title, select a tag and add a description for your webfolio. The tags drop down box contains your most popular Tags. More Tags can be added by selecting all Tags from the list or at the final stage of the creation process. Click either the number 2 button or the next arrow on the navigation bar to move to the next section. This section is where you can pick a Template for the style of your webfolio.
Click on the drop down box and select a Template. Once you have chosen a Template you can click the coloured boxes below the small preview area to select a different Template within the same Theme. You can also create your own Template by scrolling down to “create new Template”. [pic] Once you are happy with the Template you can view it, by clicking on the magnifying glass at the bottom right of the pad. Click either the number 3 button or the next arrow on the navigation bar to move to the next section. This section allows you to define where you want to place the navigation bar on the pages of your webfolio.
You can place the navigation bar on the side or at the top of the webfolio. You can also place the sidebar left of the webfolio or right of the webfolio. You can preview your selection by clicking on the magnifying glass at the bottom right of the pad. Click either the number 4 button or the next arrow on the navigation bar to move to the next section. This next section is where you can add pages, and other items to your webfolio Page ? To add a page, click in the box which says [Enter Page Title Here] and type in a title for your page. ? Click the downward chevrons to add the new page to the webfolio.
? Repeat this process for as many pages are you want to add to your webfolio. ? You can re-position the pages, by clicking on the page title in the list and using the up and down arrows, on the left of the box. ? You can edit the content of a page by clicking on the edit page icon at the bottom of the pad. You can also double click on the page title for quick access to the webfolio editor for you to add or edit your page content. Items You can embed items as separate pages within the webfolio, these include: ? webfolio -You can place an existing webfolio within the webfolio you are creating.
When a viewer clicks on the webfolio the pages of the embedded webfolio will appear as subheadings in the webfolio navigation menu. ? Blog-You can embed a Blog as a page in a webfolio this will include all the postings to the Blog. ? Profile – You can add a Profile to your webfolio. this will include all the Evidence attached to the Profile. Once added, the Profile can be updated and evidenced from within the webfolio. ? Flickr photo sets – If you have accessed your Flickr account through PebblePad you will see your Flickr photo sets. You can add one of these by selecting a set and then clicking the icon on the bottom right of the pad.
? CV- You can add a CV previously created within PebblePad. Tag Adding a tag as a webfolio page simply adds all assets with the chosen tag to a page as a date ordered list. If a tag contains only images the page will be displayed as a gallery. Feed You can place an external RSS (Really Simple Syndication) Feed within your webfolio. These can be obtain from Websites if they have a RSS feed. The page will be updated from the website automatically, when you open up your webfolio. You can preview your webfolio by clicking on the magnifying glass on the bottom of the pad.