And furthermore, this solution doesn't make me entirely happy. I would like my pages to have the same style as the rest of the moodle. In terms of font, headings etc. I understand the wiki system is simple to use, for students, but it doesn't allow for much variation in design. Is there some way I could modify the CSS for my whole moodle so that I could implement the spacing I need while retaining the standard Moodle style, and be able to place images within the page where I want them-precisely? As far as I can tell, the integration of graphics and text in Moodle is still not very far advanced.
And another wish would be for it to be possible to make resources like lessons, in that a single resource could be made up of multiple pages that people could access page by page with forward and back buttons.
Forgive me if I am covering ground that has already been covered, but so far I haven't figured out whether moodle can do these things.
Hello, I correctly understand your need, you could make your pages using an external editor, then upload them on a folder of your Moodel's server. To make the pages look as your Moodle, you could use the same CSS2 classes contained in styles.php using the same CSS. The pages could be used inside Moodle as Web Link.