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Using Content References in Assessment Framework Applications

This image shows how Content Resources can be styled and include links and graphics.

A best practice is to always include a downloadable link for any detailed graphs/images/PDFs so that users can open them in full screen window to examine the details.

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  • Modeling Tip

    Your image may not be sized right for the amount of space available. You can fix this by editing the HTML of the image uploaded to the Knowledge Center:

    1. Bring up the article with the image.
    2. Click on the HTML icon in the toolbar.
    3. Find the <img src="logicnets.lns ..........alt="" /> entry and add width="100%".
    4. Check that it reads <img src="logicnets.lns ..........alt="" width="100%"/>.
    5. Save the KC article.

    Now the article will fill the width of the panel in the KC, as a reference in the right side of the Assessment Framework Information panel and in the Observation panel, if that's where you have added a Show Reference part.

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