Below are some common questions about the digital files including questions relating to their installation. If you have a question that is not answered by this page, then please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
Who are the digital BiteSized books produced for?
The digital versions of the BiteSized books are primarily aimed at business/corporate bodies who wish to provide their employees with access to a rich variety of wellness topics within their staff environment.
In due course we intend to provide access to these books via individual memberships…watch this space!
Which titles are available?
All of Liggy Webb’s BiteSized book titles are available in digital format.
What viewing styles are available?
The digital book files can be viewed in the following styles, each of which contains the exact same content (text/images):
- FLIP – a flip-book viewing style
- FLOW – presentation slide view style with moving images/text
What formats are available for the digital files?
The digital files are available in the following formats:
- SCORM 1.2
- SCORM 2004
- Access to online versions via a liggywebb.com membership
Other formats can be made available on request: xAPI (Tin Can), Blackboard, cmi5, and AICC
Can you just provide me with a PDF?
The digital books are not available as a raw PDF file. They are only supplied in formats suitable for use within an LMS or on a webserver, Teams or Sharepoint
Can I display the files on Microsoft Sharepoint?
Yes, you can display the files on Sharepoint. We have created a demo page which can be embedded into a Sharepoint page to test functionality:
If you require instructions on how to embed this page into Sharepoint, please contact us.
Can I display the files on Microsoft Teams?
Yes, you can display the files on Teams. We have created a demo page to test functionality. This page can be embedded into Teams using the “Tab” feature in a team channel:
If you require instructions on how to embed this page into Teams, please contact us.
Can I upload the files to my Content Management System (CMS)
Possibly. A content management system is built on top of a webserver and may have features that enable the proper display of the files, however we are unable to offer support for their use on these platforms.
You can try embedding the demo page for the digital books viewer as one option:
I have a webserver but I cannot see how to upload the files
Some webserver providers restrict what you can upload in order to provide a user friendly interface. It may be necessary to request the files be installed by the systems administration team looking after your webserver.
We do not have a webserver, LMS, Teams nor Sharepoint – are we able to access the files another way?
If you do not have an LMS or a webserver and cannot utilise the Teams/Sharepoint embedded option then we can offer access via liggywebb.com by means of a team membership for your staff. Each staff member would have their own account on the website with which to access the digital files – either in flip-book or flow version.
I have unzipped the file, but when I try to access the book, it asks me for a password. Please can you send me the password?
You cannot access the PDF file directly.
If you have been presented with a box to enter a password then you are either trying to directly access the PDF or the file has not been installed correctly onto your LMS or webserver. If installed correctly, you will not be asked for a password.
Where will I find the installation instructions for my LMS / webserver?
All LMS platforms should be able to import the zip file as is. Where you have received multiple titles packaged within a single zip file, then you may need to unzip the single file and then import the individual zip files.
To install on a webserver, the zip file contents need to be extracted to a new folder on the server somewhere below the HTML directory, and retaining the same file structure as stored within the zip file. Your webserver administrator will know how to do this.