What our client wants is for our course navigation buttons (Previous and Next) to be always anchored at the exact bottom of the page (or just above the iOS Safari bottom nav bar when showing), even when the content is scrolled. Here’s an example of this, using straight HTML and CSS. Can you take a […]
This is an updated version of the DRAFT template for Lectora Online designed to be 508-compliant (fully accessible). There are still missing elements (e.g., form fields, additional potentially accessible interactions, etc.) and likely some elements I’ve tried to make accessible, but still need some tweaking. Speaking of tweaking, I have done my best to make […]
Darly Fleary, Product Manager at Trivantis, discusses the core principles of how RCD works. We’ll also look at a few best practices that are important to remember when creating new responsive content, or converting an existing title to be a responsive title.
With Lectora’s Responsive Course Design you can control what information is provided to you learners depending on the type of device – desktop, tablet or smartphone – and orientation they are using.
John Blackmon, CTO of Trivantis, the makers of Lectora, talks about how he envisioned Responsive Course Design (RCD) for multi-devices.
Using variables in your title is easier than ever with inline variable replacement! Use the Variable drop-down list to select a variable and insert it directly into your text. Display the student’s name, test scores, or any other information.
QR codes make it easier then ever when previewing your title. Scan the QR code with your mobile device’s scanner app to instantly preview your HTML published content. You can also simulate your mobile view right in the browser.
To To improve performance and minimize title size, you can now “right size” image resources to be no larger than the largest size used in the title. This makes it even faster to optimize image size.
Lectora’s Responsive Course Design inheritance automatically positions and sizes objects on the page in mobile views. However you still have all of the power of Lectora to customize each view and design the WYSIWYG title you desire.
Responsive Design is an approach to creating content that allows for an optimal user experience across a wide variety of devices, including phones, tablets, and desktop devices. The content should be usable across these devices with a minimum of zooming or panning, allowing the user to get the best content experience available on each device. […]