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Using Github for course content

Question asked by Richard Urban on Dec 4, 2015
Latest reply on Sep 15, 2016 by Ryan Sims

I'd like to put core components of my class under version control in Github.  That way I can track changes from semester to semester, "fork" a class, etc.  I did install the LTI tool, but that just creates a page for the whole repo.


In theory I should be able to share things from my Github repo to Canvas using iFrames,  (How do I embed a lesson inside a Canvas course? | Canvas Instructor Guide | Canvas Guides ).   But when I use an iFrame,  I just see a blank page. (using different URLs of my own,  or directly using the examples in this document, and a few from other discussions here).


In the Rich Content Editor, it will draw a placeholder box for the iFrame, but still can't see content.


I guess this is two questions.


1. Anyone else using Github in this way?

2. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong with iFrame?