How can I use formattable page types (Enhanced Text, All Purpose, Homework With Text Formatting) to post a Grid-Style Calendar or other tabular info such as a spreadsheet on my web?

The Table page type allows you to create a basic table, ideal for a weekly schedule style layout.

You could also use the All Purpose or the Enhanced Text page types to create a table that you can set up however you like. Both of these page types include a formatting toolbar with a variety of options, including the ability to create your own tables within the page.

To create a grid-style Calendar, the best option would be to use the "Calendar (Grid-style Enhanced Calendar)" page type in conjunction with the Calendar: Manage Events feature in the Update Index.  See http://support.teacherweb.com/index.php?action=kb&article=153 for instructions.  This is the simplest and most versatile way to create a grid calendar on TeacherWeb.

It is also technically possible to use formattable page types to post tables to set up grid calendars.  (We recommend that you first try the Enhanced Calendar option described above, as this option is specifically designed for this purpose and is generally easier to use.)  We provide some template grid calendars that can be copied and pasted into these page types.  You can copy and paste these templates into one of the following formattable page types:

- Homework With Text Formatting pages
- All Purpose pages
- Enhanced Text pages

Sample grid calendars for each page type can be found below.

- Sample Homework With Text Formatting grid calendars can be found at:

http://teacherweb.com/AK/Appleton/HTML/hf0.stm (Homework with Text Formatting Page Type 7-Day)
http://teacherweb.com/AK/Appleton/HTML/hf2.stm (Homework with Text Formatting Page Type 5-Day)

To copy a grid calendar from one of these Homework With Text Formatting pages into your site, go to the page’s Update section by clicking the top divider, then click your cursor within the text entry box and click CTRL-A to Select All text.  Next, copy (CTRL-C) the selection and paste (CTRL-V) it into your own Homework With Text Formatting page.

- Sample All Purpose page grid calendars can be found at:

http://teacherweb.com/AK/Appleton/HTML/ap1.stm (All Purpose Page 7-Day)
http://teacherweb.com/AK/Appleton/HTML/ap2.stm (All Purpose Page 5-Day)

The best way to accurately copy the contents of one All Purpose page into another is to:

  1. Go to the page’s Update section (by clicking the page’s top divider).
  2. Click the "HTML Source" tab in the bottom left corner of the Update page.  This will toggle to a display that allows you to view the code behind the page.
  3. Click CTRL-A to select all text.  Copy the selection (CTRL-C).
  4. Go to your own All Purpose page, and click the HTML Source tab.  Click CTRL-A to select all text, then click CTRL-V to replace the text with your selection.

By copying the code directly from one All Purpose page’s HTML Source section into another, you can ensure that the full contents of the page are copied accurately.

- Sample Enhanced Text page grid calendars can be found at:

http://teacherweb.com/AK/Appleton/HTML/apt1.stm (Enhanced Text Page 7-Day)
http://teacherweb.com/AK/Appleton/HTML/apt2.stm (Enhanced Text Page 5-Day)

To copy a grid calendar from one of these Enhanced Text pages into your site, go to the page’s Update section by clicking the top divider, then click your cursor within the text entry box and click CTRL-A to Select All text.  Next, copy (CTRL-C) the selection and paste (CTRL-V) it into your own Enhanced Text page.

- A partially filled in sample calendar can be viewed at:
http://TeacherWeb.com/AK/Appleton/HTML/hf1.stm

You can also use Microsoft Word's® Calendar Wizard to create a grid-style calendar that can be copied into the page.  Different versions of Word use different procedures. You can use your version of Word's Help facility for instructions. You may go to http://search.officeupdate.microsoft.com/TemplateGallery/ct133.asp to see various calendar templates.

 For Word 97/98, you would select File|New and then choose the Other Documents tab and select the CalendarWizard.wiz as your template. If you do not see CalendarWizard.wiz as one of the choices, you can go to http://office.microsoft.com/downloads/9798/wdtmgmt.aspx to download wdtmgmt.EXE to install the Calendar Wizard. For later versions of Word, you can create a new document and open the calendar template.


Link:
support.teacherweb.com/index.php?action=kb&print=70