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EDU App Center: 

Please note: You will need to first create an account and then use the link above to built your LTI


Image Map link:

Image Map Tool - On-line Image Map Creator - HTML & CSS | 


Attached below are some files to toy with before building your own image mapping file

I came up with this idea of a website that will help my canvas users to Create Simple Buttons. I also wanted to integrate it somehow with canvas. I was able to build the site and then I used the IFrame function to pin it to my canvas page. Here is what I came up with

Click here


if you are interested in using this into your canvas page simply follow these instructions:

1. create a new page

2. Make sure you're on the HTML Editor section

3. Place this code in your empty canvas page:         

<p><iframe src="" width="100%" height="600"></iframe></p>


Hope some of you find this helpful!


John Nassif

email me for more info and website source code.

Before I start with my blog, I want to give credit to Huston Hall from Eastern Washington University. His online post inspired me to do this. 


I wanted to create this blog because I did a lot of online research and could not find everything I needed in one place. I was looking to improve the over all quality of my canvas page design as well as adding new feature to my pages. There are a lot of different tutorials online on how to include different HTML elements into your canvas page, but I will be sharing with you here everything I have gathered as well as some tricks on how to make the process easier. I created a canvas resource that is available publicly on Canvas. To access this resource: (Click Here).


If you have any questions, please email me:

John Nassif

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