Thank you for all your help but I am still mired in this problem of how to access the html code block for embedding a GeoGebra applet into a WeBWorK problem.
I am using as a template the example shown on this site.
I have loaded this example as a Webwork problem along with the half dozen accompanying graphs and they all work fine.
To learn how to create such applets I thought I would re-create the same GeoGebra applet, and place it into a WeBWork homework problem.
Both have been reproduced without much problem but merging the two has been the issue.
Specifically a snippet of code within the HTML block totaling over 2000 alpha and numeric characters that starts with "ggbBase64".
The instructions that I am working with state that I need this snippet of code so that the GeoGebra applet can be embedded within a WeBWorK homework platform.
I am assuming that I can NOT use my desktop copy of GeoGebra, because attempts to do so results in this error:
"Could not access GeoGebra. Abort upload. (Error code 500)".
The techs at our school says I might need a single-sign on/SPNEGO option.
But at this point I am not clear if this is the solution.
Then to access the html code block I am assuming I must sign into my GeoGebra account online and then upload the applet there.
So once I have either uploaded or created a GeoGebra applet in my online account, I need to see the HTML code for it to be able to find the ggbBase64 snippet.
To do this I click on the three horizontal line icon in the upper right corner of the GeoGebra screen, but in the Google Chrome browser there is no option to see the source code for the applet.
Using this path in the Google browser: More Tools> Developer tools > service worker already controlling the page, Which seems like this is off limits and the wrong path anyhow.
Instead I try using Fire-Fox portable and open the three horizontal line icon for the Fire-Fox browser and Find this path: Web-Developer > Page Source
Now this does take me to over 1000 lines of HTML code, with about a dozen references that look similar to what I want :
But I suspect that this too is wrong because there is only supposed to be one such ggbBase64 snippet, it looks like nothing like the code above
Anyhow I was hoping you could help shed some light on my attempt to find this specific ggbBase64 code snippet.
Any help is most appreciated.