Demonstrating EdWeb

CSS and Javascript

You can use CSS and Javascript to control your proxy.


You can upload a CSS file to control styling of proxied content, so that your content follows EdWeb styles, for example styling a proxied from.

Example styled form


You can also upload a JS file to control proxied content, to take advantage of existing EdWeb JS classes, such as jQuery. For example, you can show or hide elements depending on user selections:

Example javascript use to toggle content

This is the initial content.

Show some additional content

This is some additional content.

Show the initial content

Practical guidance

There is comprehensive guidance about the web application content type on the EdWeb support wiki.

EdWeb guides - web application content type [EASE login required]