From the Add Web Objects group, you have many options for adding web-based content into your course. These options include a web window from a variety of sources, social media content, an RSS feed or HTML Extension. Starting Lectora 12 you were also given the options to set a number of properties for Web Objects including borders, margins, scrollbar, and transparency settings. This video highlighting the additional editing capabilities in still relevant in the most recent version of Lectora.
To save space, you can select to reduce the file size of large images that you have added to your title. Enabling this option reduces the file size of your working title during development. The image is converted and saved to the largest size used within the title.
Learn how to publish titles for offline use to distribute on external media such as CD-ROMs and flash drives. Alternatively, place the directory on a shared network drive to collaborate with team members.
Use the Add Guide and Clear Guide options on the View ribbon to quickly add and remove guides. Use the handles on the ruler to easily move a guide horizontally or vertically on the page.
Lectora and Lectora Online allow you to show custom test results by determining the behavior of quizzes/tests including whether test results will be shown to the student. With the Results Designer, how results are displayed is completely customizable. You can choose what data to show, the order in which the data is presented, how the text is styled, and even embed images within the results.
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.
This video explains how to use the action “set tracking status” in Lectora and Lectora Online.
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.
A custom progress bar may be used for many things including showing progress in a non-linear title or as a visual reference for any number of things. You can associate a variable with a custom progress bar and use the Step Progress Bar Position action to determine what direction the bar will move.