Web Friendly File Names
When uploading files to ANGEL, make sure your filename is 'Web-friendly'. Web-friendly filenames are file names which Web servers support. Although there are variations depending on the Web server, it is best practice to:
Supported File Formats
Working with other File Formats:
If you are trying to share a file not on the supported file list you will first need to 'zip'(compressed, universal file format) the file. You can do this by control clicking on the file on a mac and selecting "Create archive of x" or right clicking on windows and selecting "Add to -> Compressed (zipped) folder." Once zipped, you will be able to upload and share the file with others in the class. They can download it and open the file in its native application.
When you archive the file, a .zip file replaces your original file or folder. When you open an archived item, the archive is replaced by a folder that contains uncompressed copies of the original files.