Question: I make my geogebra file. Everything looks great. I upload it to my site. I embed it on my page. I get numbers on the applet in the upper left and lower right corners. Why?

Answer: It is because (0,0) is not in your webpage window.

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width="260" height="180" width="260" height="180"

The only difference between the two ggb files is that - in the second one - I shifted (0,0) into the view window. That is, I moved the drawing pad up 1 unit so that the axes were in the view window. Try it.

Press and hold shift. In the left window, click and drag your mouse up. When (0,0) appears in the window, the numbers dissappear.
Or you can turn off the axes (thanks MathMagic!) Try it. Reset left window so that the numbers show (click on ). Then right-click somewhere in the drawing pad where there are no objects. De-select "Axes". Notice the grid is on.

The above changes are to the geogebra file. You must change it, save it and re-upload it (and probably turn off all instances of FireFox, restart it and try your webpage again in order to see the difference).

 


If I don't want to change your ggb file, make the view window bigger in your webpage, change the width and height in the embed code.

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width="260" height="180" width="260" height="280"

If you have other webpage display troubles - write me and we will try to work them out!

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