Your work has to be submitted as a clickable URL. Here's how to do that: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odVaDEeIzZk
Some text editors and word processors have stylistic quotes that will not work when you paste them into a web page. For HTML you need plain quotes ("), not fancy ones like the ones in PowerPoint. Watch when you copy code from PowerPoint slides as they may contain stylistic quotes -- PowerPoint has a habit of changing plain quotes into stylistic ones on its own.
To edit plain text files on the Mac requires using a plain text editor. The TextEdit editor included with MacOS only works if you follow these instructions: http://support.apple.com/kb/TA20406. There are a few alternatives, though. The best lightweight tool is a cross-platform text editor called: Sublime Text; just Google it and you'll find a download site or go through the AppStore. Other editors include AFAIK, TextWrangler, and BBEdit. Here are some download URLs:
using Weebly requires Google Chrome as the web browser; IE and FF just don't work well enough. Chrome can be installed as a temporary program as follow:
Chrome exists on the lab machines already, but a CCIS account is
required to use it as I can't make the package available to NUNET (we
have shortcuts/settings that wouldn't work properly for their users).
It is the case that students can download Chrome themselves and run it,
as Google designed it to run out of their local profile without needing
administrator access. However if they are using their NUNET account the
install won't follow them to other machines and they would have to
re-install it on every machine that they use.
Alternatively, your students could log in with the guest account: pclab
with password: guest which would give them access to our Chrome.
However it should be noted that anything saved in the pclab profile
could be viewable by others using the machine at a later date.