Here’s a quick example – many ways to do this, I tried to choose the most straight-forward… might be an easier way, but I definitely know there are many other ways…
- Two buttons on the first page to take you to each store.
- Each chapter for the stores have unique buttons (first page of the chapter needs a unique ‘back’ button to take back to the ‘choose your store’ page. Last page of the chapter needs a unique ‘next’ page to also take user back to the choose your store page.
- On the last page of the respective store chapter, modify a variable so you know which store they chose (in case you need to use it later for an assessment. I have it modify a variable called ‘Var_store’. it will contain the letter A if they chose store A, and (you guessed it), Var_store will contain the letter B if they chose store B.
- Once they get back to the original page after completing their respective section, a couple actions on page show to both hide the store buttons, and show the completion group, which has a button to take them to the subsequent chapter.
- You could of course just have the user continue with the course after their respective store section, which would be a bit simpler, but if you need them to return to the original page, then you will need a setup similar to what I’ve done.
I zipped up and attached the example. Hope it helps! Let me know if you have any questions.