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  • Great to hear that you got it working again 🙂

    I will add that it is important to always test any custom code whenever there is a Lectora update. You never know what an update will do.

  • Ok. Here are a couple tests for you to try:

    When running in SCORM Cloud in IE 11, do the tooltips appear when you mouse-over?
    Within Lectora, if you preview a page in the IE 11 browser, do you see the tooltips on mouse-over and keyboard focus?
    If you publish the course as just “Web” instead of “SCORM”, do you see the tooltips on mouse-over…[Read more]

  • Hi Monica @mspencer-2813

    I manually inserted the code into a course I published with the Lectora v19 Beta. I’ll add this disclaimer: since I did not publish using the official v19 application, I cannot say with 100% confidence that my results reflect that tool.

    That said, I can see that the code is still correctly taking the alt value (for…[Read more]

  • Hi, Shawn–

    If you examine the HTML in Developer mode, you’ll see that the publishing order of the “MainContent” HTML Extension objects is incorrect. It appears before the navigation buttons, even though the buttons are between the SkipTheMainContent HTML object and the MainContent HTML object in your title. The only two objects between look…[Read more]

  • Hi, Shawn–

    If you examine the HTML in Developer mode, you’ll see that the publishing order of the “MainContent” HTML Extension objects is incorrect. It appears before the navigation buttons, even though the buttons are between the SkipTheMainContent HTML object and the MainContent HTML object in your title. The only two objects between look…[Read more]

  • Hi, Shawn–

    If you examine the HTML in Developer mode, you’ll see that the publishing order of the “MainContent” HTML Extension objects is incorrect. It appears before the navigation buttons, even though the buttons are between the SkipTheMainContent HTML object and the MainContent HTML object in your title. The only two objects between look…[Read more]

  • You’re welcome 🙂 Glad that worked for you!

  • @mspencer.2813

    I just published my test title in v18.2.1 using the code I had posted. It is not working with this version. I’ll have to dig a bit to see what changed since I posted my example. Sorry!

    UPDATE: Be sure that any smart quotes are replaced with straight quotes both in the code of your new JavaScript file and in the HTML Extension…[Read more]

  • @mspencer.2813

    I just published my test title in v18.2.1 using the code I had posted. It is not working with this version. I’ll have to dig a bit to see what changed since I posted my example. Sorry!

  • Hi, Monica (@mspencer.2813)

    To attach the JS file to your title, perform the following steps:

    Select the Insert ribbon.
    Way over on the right, select Attachment.
    A window will open. Navigate to the folder where you saved your new JavaScript file.
    Select the file.
    Select Open.

    The JavaScript file is now attached to your title. You can…[Read more]

  • To be clear, the “preloader” described on that site it just an HTML implementation of an animated “loading” image. It does not actually preload any images; it just covers the screen for a set amount of time giving the rest of the page components additional time to load before the cover fades away. This cover would still appear on the next visit to…[Read more]

  • Looking at the code in IE Developer tools, I do see a difference between the French and the English. In the French version, there is an HREF placed on the anchor tag that precedes the label. (see truefalse-fr.PNG). The same anchor tag in English does not have an HREF (see truefalse-en.PNG).

    Also, this HREF is placed during Publish and can be s…[Read more]

  • @rboyd4570-ok, I have been using some jQuery to augment the HTML output by Lectora v18.1.2. I took a look at setting the title attribute for image and button objects based on their alt and aria-label attributes, respectively. This might be a work-around for you until a formal solution is in place.

    1) Open a text editor and copy/paste the…[Read more]

  • @rboyd4570-ok, I have been using some jQuery to augment the HTML output by Lectora v18.1.2. I took a look at setting the title attribute for image and button objects based on their alt and aria-label attributes, respectively. This might be a work-around for you until a formal solution is in place.

    1) Open a text editor and copy/paste the…[Read more]

  • <span class=”handle-sign”>@</span>rboyd4570-ok, I have been using some jQuery to augment the HTML output by Lectora v18.1.2. I took a look at setting the title attribute for image and button objects based on their alt and aria-label attributes, respectively. This might be a work-around for you until a formal solution is in place.

    1) Open a text…[Read more]

  • One thing to note is that is that only IE displays alt tags on hover. The actual purpose of an “alt” (“alternative”) tag is to be displayed if an image does not load. The “title” tag is specifically for a hover. Many people using IE are used to the alt tag being displayed on hover, so when they don’t see it , they assume there is no alt tag. But…[Read more]

  • One thing to note is that is that only IE displays alt tags on hover. The actual purpose of an “alt” (“alternative”) tag is to be displayed if an image does not load. The “title” tag is specifically for a hover. Many people using IE are used to the alt tag being displayed on hover, so when they don’t see it , they assume there is no alt tag. But…[Read more]

  • @CarlFink, in the past, I edited JS files in the Program Files (x86) directory as well, but I then had issues whenever I updated the version of Lectora. It seemed like once I edited a file in this area, it would not be updated if a ran a patch or minor version update, which left my Lectora files “mismatched” and led to other run-time issues. The…[Read more]

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