Behind the scenes at Webanywhere

Category: Company News

Published: February 26, 2016

From our emails, you might think that all we do around here is write blog articles, create websites and develop learning platforms, but there’s actually a lot more to Webanywhere than just that! We did a staff photo shoot this week for our new website (ooh spoilers!). Here’s some of the… beautiful outtakes.

Lawrence is one of our secondary elearning consultants. In this photograph we can’t quite tell if he is mid sneeze or showing off his selfie face. You decide.
Ellie is a Primary elearning consultant at our Webanywhere, we didn’t have the heart to tell her she was a bit late for the Great Ormond Street bad hair day.
Tom, a delivery consultant perfected this pose whilst on a first date at the zoo.  We wouldn’t buy a hat just yet for that wedding.
Our Marketing Campaigns Manager Sally holds three world records in “hand surfing”. No-one else in the office has ever asked what that is.

School Jotter Tips: Adding a gallery to your school website

Published: October 8, 2015

This article originally appeared in email format as part of our Jotter Tips of the Week programme – to sign up for this, click here.
An image gallery can be a great way to show off photos both of your school and events you might hold. It’s a more user-friendly way of showing these than simply displaying them as image files in an endlessly scrolling webpage. Luckily, School Jotter makes it dead-easy to insert image galleries into your website, Learnsite or ePortfolio.
First of all, you’re going to want to make sure you’ve uploaded the images you want the gallery to display. You can do this by going to Manage > My Files > Upload files from the Site editor, or by clicking the Files app in your dashboard. Drag the files into the dialog box that pops up (you might also want to put them in a specific folder, but this is up to you). Once they’re all sitting there, click “Start upload” and they should do just that. Press “OK” to finish.

That’s actually the hardest part of this task done! All you have to do now is go to the page you want the gallery to be on while in Editing mode, then click Insert > Gallery.

You’ll be asked where you want to put it on the page, then you’ll see the following dialog box pop up. Navigate to wherever it was you uploaded your images and click the blue “select” button on each, then click “Choose”.

The default settings are probably fine, but you can adjust the sizes of the thumbnails, captions and more by using the grey bar which appears at the top of the page when you click on the Gallery in edit mode.

You can adjust the order the images appear in, or add more images, by clicking on the three dots in the grey bar at the top, shown here to the left of “Captions”.

And that’s all there is to it! You can add any image you like to galleries, and you can have as many galleries as you want – use them to make your site look even better.