How do you upload a HTML website to Files without losing the CSS style?
I selected a webpage and selected "Save as..." and then saved type as "Webpage, Complete" but when I upload the HTML file to Canvas I end up losing the style and just end up with the text which is very difficult to look at. Is there another way to do this?
Please help. Thank you.
Hello @ek2864 Welcome to the Canvas Community. Thank you for posting your question here. From what I can gather from your question, it sounds like you are using Internet Explorer to choose "File" >> "Save as" to save a particular website you are viewing by choosing the "Webpage, Complete" option from the drop-down menu in the "Save as" dialog box. (This may or may not be a Canvas website.) Then, you are trying to upload the file(s) saved to your "Files" area of a Canvas course. I would not recommend this...for a couple reasons.
I'm sure there are other reasons...but these are the two that jumped out to me first.
What I would recommend, instead, is to create a page in your course that contains a link to this website (and any other websites that you'd want your students to go to). This could be a sort of "notable websites" (or whatever you wanted to call the page) where you house relevant links to course-related websites. Then, students just click on the link you've added to the page, and they can visit it at any time...much simpler than trying to save a website with multiple files and expecting it to be viewable within your course "Files".
I hope this information is helpful to you, Elizabeth. Let us know if you have additional questions about this.