This panel lets you set various display options for content.
Style files (.sty extension) created in Authoring Space and published to the shared content pool can be selected for use when rendering resources in the course by clicking the Select Style File link. See the "Resource Types" item in the "Introduction to LON-CAPA Authoring" section in the Authoring manual for more information about .sty files. An alternative to the use of .sty files is to create a CSS file (.css extension) in Authoring Space, and publish to the shared content pool. Note: in this case you would use a problem parameter "CSS file to link (cssfile)", accessed via Content Settings, instead of Course Settings, to apply the style to resource(s) in your course.
Composite Pages include two or more resources on a single web page. By selecting "Yes" for visible separation, adjacent resources will be separated by a horizontal rule.
Problem Receipts will be displayed by default when feedback on correctness is being displayed to a student, and the student has submitted the correct solution. See the "Verify a Submission Receipt Number" section ().
default for math rendering is to convert using the display
mechanism that the user has selected in preferences.
This can be overriden by setting the attribute display to one of MathJax,
jsMath, mimetex or
tth which will force a specfic display mechanism. Note, however, that setting
the attribute display to jsmath is generally discouraged as it requires users to have
installed jsmath fonts on their computer. See