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  1. Jefito, last night you busted some killa moves on the dance floor, and, this morning, you've awakened in the throes of a killa backache. While it's true that all mammals have a spinal column, confusing the Windows web clipper with the Android share function is like going to see a veterinarian instead of an orthopedic surgeon to treat your back because while it's also true that the procedure the vet would use as treatment for, say, a whale's backache would be far more similar than different in comparison to the bone doc's, you wouldn't go to a veterinarian, would you, jefito? I wouldn't, either. The web clipper is for Windows, jefito. Evernote's Android doesn't have a web clipper. Evernote's Android does, however, have a "share" feature. The web clipper and the share features are much more similar than they are different, this is true. But, jefito, they're not exactly the same, either. The whale goes to the vet. You go to the bone doc. And both live to dance another night!
  2. The question is relevant in both forums because it concerns both OS's.
  3. Thanks for your reply! But will it get the entire web page? Or just what's a visible?
  4. Many times when I clip something from the web, the resulting note is severely misformatted and, oftentimes, missing whole parts of the source (especially if some of the parts of the web page are contained in an iframe or some Javascript or whatever else). Therefore, it would be great if a "share" or "clip" into Evernote was something akin to a PDF (or, better, an actual PDF): a static, exact duplicate of the source. For me, the last reason I'll clip a web page is to bookmark it; I'll clip it because I'll want to save the web page exactly as I see it - like a photocopy of the source. Thanks so much!
  5. Many times when I clip something from the web, the resulting note is severely misformatted and, oftentimes, missing whole parts of the source (especially if some of the parts of the web page are contained in an iframe or some Javascript or whatever else). Therefore, it would be great if a "share" or "clip" into Evernote was something akin to a PDF (or, better, an actual PDF): a static, exact duplicate of the source. For me, the last reason I'll clip a web page is to bookmark it; I'll clip it because I'll want to save the web page exactly as I see it - like a photocopy of the source. Thanks so much!
  6. You should consider MS Office365 for Education. It comes with SharePoint, which is a tool especially for content management. And it's free!
  7. I think this is because your administrator has activated the "clean HTML" option. In short, this means that you cannot enter HTML code - well, you can, but most of it (tags) will be "stripped." The restriction is in place to thwart nefarious code. To get around this you could try: Copy your Evernote note (CTRL+A, CTRL+C) and paste it (CTRL+V) into the Moodle text editor. Then (if necessary, expand the toolbar) click the "<>" icon. Your raw HTML code will display in the pop-up window. Delete all of the HTML code: <I'm HTML code> </so am I>You'll then be left with a completely unformatted document which you'll reformat using the native text editor's capabilities (usually TinyMCE or Atto). Click here for a quick movie on how to do this. Hope it helps! Oh, one other thing: you could also ask the admin to give you permission to post "trusted content." Click here for more info.
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