How do you turn H5P exercices into a public mode?

Hi there!

I'd love to join the Learnybox LMS plateform and thus integrate the many H5P exercices I created. 

The thing is the iframe code isn't accepted by their plateform as it shows "vous n'avez pas accès à ce contenu. Essayez de vous connecter"(meaning: You don't have access to this content. Try logging in." A Learnybox technician suspects  my H5P exercises are in private mode. I don"t recall seeing a public or private options in H5P. Please tell me I am mistaken and how to change the settings. 

Many thanks for your help!

Nathalie 

 

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BV52's picture

Hi Nathalie,

All contents created in H5P.org is public. Would you mind sharing the embed code that you used?

-BV52

Hi BV52

Here's the embed code. This H5P is hosted on Moodle. Could it be Moodle blocking its access then? 

<iframe src="https://elearning.my-english-training.fr/mod/hvp/embed.php?id=110" width="1081" height="371" frameborder="0"

 

The message Learnybox gets is "You don't have access to this content. Please connect". 

 

Thanks for your help. 

 

Nathalie

BV52's picture

Hi Nathlie,

You are correct this is a Moodle setting. Moodle requires a logged in user to access a course/resource. Afaik the only page that will let non-logged in users to interact with H5P contents is the homepage. Please note though that these H5P content should be placed in the homepage not embeded from a Course. I've attached screenshots for you.

You can of course create the contents here in H5P.org which will automatically make it public.

-BV52

Hi BV52,

When you mention "All contents created in H5P.org is public" you mean the site, correct? The content I create on my Moodle site through the plugin or the core version is not made public, is this correct?

Thanks,

Kristi

BV52's picture

Hi Kristi,

Yes that is correct I meant the H5P.org website. The visibility of H5P contents created in a CMS/LMS like Moodle depends on what the administrator sets much like any other contents created within it. So if the course or page is set behind a username/password only those that are given access to will see the contents.

 I hope this clarifies things and if you have any other questions feel free to post in the forums.

-BV

Many thanks for the clarification. It is much appreciated.