How to automatically play ANY music you want in the background of your site

By Julian

1. Log onto YouTube and make a playlist containing all the songs you want in order.
2. Go to your playlist, arrange it how you want, and then click share.
3. In the window that pops up, click embed, and then show more.
4. Uncheck both Show player controls and Show video title and player actions.
5. A link to copy will appear. Before you copy it, change the height and width to 1. For example, if the link contains width="560" height="315" change it to width="1" height="1"
6. At the end of the YouTube url but before the "frameborder" parameter, type &autoplay=1. For example, change
https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLZuL6a3wRoc2BuvxRDljCmgfX21WDreW4 to
https://www.youtube.com/embed/videoseries?list=PLZuL6a3wRoc2BuvxRDljCmgfX21WDreW4&autoplay=1
7. The last three steps made it so the music will autoplay invisibly in the background of your site. Now, copy the link.
8. Go to your PhilosophyColloquium site, and click the Widget box at the top. Then click Video, and then Other Video.
9. Paste the link in the box and press save.
10. Preview or save your site to hear the music automatically play.
11. Tell your audience to thank you in advance for their bumping soundtrack.

For a preview of the final result, check out http://philosophycolloquium.wikispaces.com/Julian+-+Vibes

How to create another page linked from your home page (without any issues)

1. Type out the title of your new page/topic
2. Highlight the text
3. Click the "link" button on the top of the page, in the editing took section. A box will appear with the title "insert link".
4. Click the box that says "new window".
5. Add what your title will be called in the section "page name"
6. Hit "add link" and your new page is up and running.
Make sure your page name ONLY has letters, NO punctuation marks!!!! (this will cause your page to link to your home page, or not link at all)

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How To Add an Anchor Link to your page
By Tien
Anchor links make it easier to navigate a long page. You can click highlighted words and have them bring you to another point on the page.
1. Go to 'widget' and select 'Anchor'
2. Move the anchor widget to the line or word you want. When you add a link later, this is where it will take you.
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3. In order to name the anchor, click edit and type #[name you want for your anchor] (the anchor name I used was #queerbaiting)
4. Go to the keyword you want to anchor
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5. Highlight the word and turn it into a link.
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6. Make sure you keep the page name the same page you are working on. Click the 'Add anchor' box and type in the name of your anchor
7. click 'save'


How to add a link embedded in an image on your page

Tristan Downie

1) Copy this string of HTML:
<form>
<button formaction=""><img src="" width="" height="">
</button>
</form>

2) Put the URL of the website you're linking to within the quotations in the <button formaction> command
(i.e <button formaction="google.com">)

3) Put the source of the image you want to use within the <img src> block, and change the dimensions as you see fit by altering the values within width="" and height=""
(i.e <img src="https://images.pexels.com/photos/102104/pexels-photo-102104.jpeg?cs=srgb&dl=apple-food-fruit-102104.jpg&fm=jpg width="100" height="100">

4) Place the final string (with your added links) into the "Other HTML" widget, and insert it onto your page.
**It would look something like this:

<form>
<button formaction="http://google.com"><img src="https://images.pexels.com/photos/102104/pexels-photo-102104.jpeg?cs=srgb&dl=apple-food-fruit-102104.jpg&fm=jpg" width="100" height="100">
</button>
</form>



(Here is what the button looks like on your page)