How can I scale embedded H5P features in Moodle?
Hi H5P community,
hope somebody can help me with this problem, as our admin is ill (and probably will be away for another couple of weeks) and there's nobody else around to ask.... I'm rather new to Moodle and H5P and I'm not in IT expert... So I apologize in advance if I may not use the correct moodle / H5P terms... and I hope I put this question in the right subject!
Some background regarding the problem: We use Moodle for an e-learning for patients with a celiac disease, it consists of 4 units (=courses) and each unit consists of several lessons.
It's almost ready and recently, the Moodle platform on which we are running our modules was finally updated. The H5P plugin was available earlier, but so far it was only possible to either create a regular Moodle lesson OR an "H5P only" lesson. Now after the update, we have to option to also embed H5P features (e.g. image hotspot or memory game) in the regular lesson, which has several advantages for us. Therefore I "re-constructed" parts of the e-learning and embeded the H5P in the regular moodle lesson where applicable.
However, the H5P features appear in a very large format (complete width of the available windos/frame is filled) and many of them are not shown on one page, e.g. you need to scrol up and down to do the memory game, which is of course not user-friendly and quite dump. I cannot find any possibility how to scale the features. When I click on "embed" in the lower left corner beyond the H5P feature, a pop up opens, here I always copy the link to embed it in the regular lesson and I also saw that you can click on "advance" and some script for dynamic sizing of the embedded content appears, but I have no idea how and where to use this scipt properly....
Has anybody an idea how to solve this problem?
I also attach two screenshots to try to show and explain the problem and the only option which I found that might help in some way (script for dynamic scaling), but I have no idea how to use it, as explained above.
Thanks in advance for your help! Katharina