Accessibility and Buzz
Agilix is dedicated to making Buzz accessible.
Buzz's HTML editor
The following HTML styles are allowed for both code view and pasting:
background-color color font font-family font-size font-weight margin margin-left margin-right margin-top margin-bottom padding padding-left padding-right padding-top padding-bottom text-align vertical-align float width height border border-width border-collapse border-color border-spacing border-left border-right border-top border-bottom list-style-type text-decoration
The following HTML attributes are allowed:
accept accept-charset accesskey action align allowfullscreen allowscriptaccess alt aria-describedby aria-label aria-labelledby async autocomplete autofocus autoplay autosave background bgcolor border charset cellpadding cellspacing checked cite class classid codebase color cols colspan content contenteditable contextmenu controls coords data data-.* data-ignore data-texthelp-ignore datetime default defer dir dirname disabled download draggable dropzone enctype flashvars for form formaction frameborder headers height hidden high href hreflang http-equiv icon id ignore ismap itemprop keytype kind label lang language list loop low max maxlength media mediaid mediaformats method min multiple name novalidate onclick open optimum pattern ping placeholder poster preload pubdate radiogroup readonly rel required reversed rows rowspan sandbox scope scoped scrolling seamless selected shape size sizes span src srcdoc srclang srcset start step summary spellcheck style tabindex target title type translate usemap value valign width wrap
Customizable icons in Buzz (Font Awesome Pro)
In some places, Buzz allows you to customize your icons using options from Font Awesome Pro. When setting up custom icons, prefix Font Awesome icon names with `fa-` and one of the following styles:
Where can I customize my icons?
Experimental features in Buzz let our users try out some of our new, innovative tools before we officially release them.
As we develop new features, user feedback is invaluable in helping us understand how well those features work for their intended purpose. When we can gather and implement this feedback early in the process, the features are far more likely to delight our users when they’re officially released.
Using experimental features does not constitute a license to use any of them in perpetuity. Experimental features are subject to change or to be removed from the platform. Some experimental features may not be free-to-use when generally released. Every attempt will be made to give sufficient notice of major changes, unless an experimental feature is found to be disruptive to the user base as a whole or negatively impacting critical systems. If you have specific questions regarding any experimental features, please contact your account manager.
We value and appreciate our active community of Buzz users, and thank those of you who are willing to participate in these experiments and help influence the future of learning.
Buzz supports the following browsers:
- Google Chrome (latest 2 versions)
- Mozilla Firefox (latest 2 versions)
- Apple Safari (latest 2 versions)
- Microsoft Edge (latest 2 versions)
Screensize: Minimum width of 1024 px
Agilix does not support running Buzz within an iframe.
- For the best Buzz experience, keep your browser updated. Although your browser should prompt you to install updates as they arise, you can ensure you're using the most current version by downloading and installing the most recent release.
The following websites are required to run the Buzz application. If you have firewall restrictions, these websites should be whitelisted.
- Buzz LMS (e.g., *.agilixbuzz.com or custom URL)
- Buzz API (e.g., api.agilixbuzz.com or API URL for a self-hosted environment)
- MathJax (cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjax; if you want MathJax to be used in course content)