How do I embed an image in a Quiz and then know for sure that students will see it? I use the embed feature, but the image does not show up in the quiz or in the preview.
Thanks for the reply. I kept trying, and eventually figured it out. What I know is Canvas accepts jpegs but not tiffs. When I tried to embed tiffs, Canvas did a bunch of strange things, but gave no error message. I should have figured it out earlier because Canvas was not filling in the image size fields.
Thanks again for the help. I can see the coolness of Canvas, but I'm still learning.
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Are you using Safari? There have been issues with a feature in the latest version of Safari causing some embedded images to only display a question mark. I think it's related to Safari blocking 3rd party cookies by default. If this is the issue, the solution for viewing things correctly is to either use a different browser like Chrome or Firefox, or change the security setting in Safari that is blocking 3rd party cookies.
Yes, that makes sense. Tiffs are not a normal format for web pages in general, not just with Canvas. My preferred image format is .png, followed by jpg and gif. And those are the main three image formats used on web pages.
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