I created this quick example to show a customer how to use muliple status indicators to hold up navigation until all content has been reviewed. This basic template includes an introduction page, four pages of placeholder content, and a chapter review with status indicators. All pages must be reviewed before the button to show the […]
This month’s freebie is in honor of the release of both Lectora Online and Lectora 16 with Responsive Course Design (RCD). The zip files contain an RCD course theme in 3 color schemes with custom slide-in menu with status indicators. The preview shows the Red color scheme. To preview on a device, scan the QR […]
I am wondering how many Lectora users have encountered this scenario during course development (?): You have defined your navigation buttons Next and Back at the title level to Go To the Next Page and Go To the Previous Page, respectfully. And then, on any one particular page, you need your Next Button or your […]
This sample e-Learning course contains examples of tests, buttons, menus, rollovers and more. The sample includes the completed title as well as a comprehensive tutorial to help you recreate this course.
Learn all the new ways you can customize buttons, from customizing button effects and states to creating buttons in any shape.
Add interactivity using text, stock, transparent, and image buttons.
This game can be used to give your learners a short break during a lengthy course, or just for some added fun! The game uses geometrically shaped buttons for hidden spots in a picture as well as timer objects for extra scoring. We’re providing two versions of the game. In the randomized version, each level […]
This library object contains 4 versions of an animated timeline interaction. Show one item at a time or all at once and provide additional content with the popup versions. All of the graphics for these interactions were built and styled entirely within Lectora using native shapes and styles, so everything can be modified without the […]
This button kit contains several examples of just some of the button styles you can create with the Lectora v12 Text Button Creator. To use a Lectora Desktop Library Object (.awo), simply drag and drop the .awo file into the open Lectora application and it will expand in the Title Explorer of the current title […]
Lectora allows you to add styles and effects to images, shapes and buttons. Find out how to use these in your e-learning courses.