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The widgets on this page are not all built by Frog developers and so Frog cannot take responsibility for maintaining them.

Please make sure your teachers understand this limitation.

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Set a timer for activities in your lessons
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An easy to set up drag-and-drop whiteboard activity.
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Another easy-to-set up drag-and-drop whiteboard activity.
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A guide to setting up and using the Digital Signage widget
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This handy widget lists all groups of a class (e.g. registration, class etc...), and on selecting a group, lists all the students. On selecting a student, the widget will open their corresponding ePortfolio site.
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A widget which uses the username in an ePortfolio site's title to read Frog's user database and return the recipient's photo, name and sex.
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A guide to setting up and using the Event Countdown widget
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A widget which can take an export from your MIS and create a timetable display for your students and parents.
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Add external links to a Site's dynamic navigation menu
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Create an interactive revision resource for your students
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Use this widget to allow your users to search through Frog's shared folders.
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A FrogCode web server which allows you need to host static webpages
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A simple widget to easily highlight money raised towards a goal
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Add a Google Drive folder to a page
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Provide a quick way of searching Google from within a Frog site
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An image carousel from Paul Conkie at Backwell School which allows you to upload images to the widget directly.
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A widget that links to a file, but looks like the Site Link and External Link widgets
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A handy image gallery which uses Shared Folders as the image source.
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A handy widget to allow you to upload files to a site without needing to edit the site.
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Overwrite Frog's page links with links of your own.
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Embed your personal Office365 documents. Not to be confused with the Frog support Office365 document viewer, this widget is for schools who haven't set up integration.
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A FrogCode widget which enables the user to toggle the dyslexia-friendly font.
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A whiteboard activity designed to provoke debate.
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A widget which summarises the logged in user's printing. This widget interfaces with PaperCut software.
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Welcome your users with a custom message and their name.
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A useful widget for creating image-based menus
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A quick way of making QR Codes.
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A seating plan application built entirely in FrogCode by Backwell School
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A widget for admins based on a request by Ian Wells at Harlington School. The widget searches then displays all sites in FrogLearn and who they have been shared with. The table produced can be copied into a spreadsheet (the site's UUID is returned to make filtering unique sites easier).
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A FrogCode widget designed for Teachers who also have parent accounts
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This widget provides a visual guide within a page to Frog's Secure Gateway options.
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An alternative to searching in Assignment Monitor, this widget lets staff search for a student and see their work
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Control the font size, link colour and add a banner to one site or all Frog sites.
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A spinner with different methods for completing creative work (e.g. prepare a powerpoint, create a poster etc...)
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This widget allows users to click a link and open their phone's dialing keypad with the number ready to dial.
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A visual Traffic Light tool, handy for noise control in a classroom.
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A handy way to embed Twitter.
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A useful widget to giving you details on anyone who has visited a site in Frog.
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For schools who run two week timetables, this widget helps you keep everyone on the right week
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A widget from Paul Conkie at Backwell school which shares photos and contextual data for teachers of the students they teach.

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If you are not sure how to install one of the FrogCode widgets please take a look at the following video tutorial....

Important Information

The Package Manager application is required to create and install FrogCode applications and widgets. By default, it is not available to any group, including Admins.  This can be added in Groups and Policies.

To create your own widgets, you will need to activate FrogCode Editor, please contact the Frog Support team. Call through on 01422 395939.

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